Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A pike (the fish). Also written gedd.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The European pike.
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“The Hebrew word gedîlîm means literally "twisted cords"; çîçîth would be best translated by”
“But Heckman has concluded that graduate equivalency degrees confer almost no benefit, because ged holders, who are presumably equally intelligent, tend to be "wise guys" who lack attentiveness and discipline.”
“The financial woes of the complex have become politically char ged as tenants and others struggle to protect its affordability.”
“Regulators and exchanges are continuing to shape new rules in response to the "flash crash" of May 6, a swift plunge in U.S. stock benchmarks that saw some stocks briefly trade at one cent per share before the market sta ged a quick recovery.”
“Ai slept in so lawng afta stayin up til tree last niet taht wen ai did ged up ai had bruntch !”
“The 149 Equity Office buildings Blackstone held on to had $7 billion of debt, including $4.9 billion of mortgages that were packa ged and sold as commercial-mortgage-backed securities, or CMBS, and about $2.1 billion of "mezzanine," or junior, debt that fills the gap between the first mortgage and the equity.”
“Fantatstic. on January 29, 2008 at 7: 28 pm | Reply Metcountymounty as accused by someone who responded to the question “where do you live mate” by saying “I is from ealing man innit blood, ya ged me” on January 29, 2008 at 7: 34 pm | Reply James”
“She inspected the rag - ged urchins, then questioned each in turn.”
“The large, empty room was quiet except for the sound of his boots against the hard wall, Woodrow's rag - ged snoring, and Winnie's deep, even breathing.”
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lots and lots of fish, a piscatorial
3 letter words, not the girl band.
boggle and speed scrabble would not be half as fun without them.
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