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- n. humin
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See humin.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Humus (which see).
We should not neglect to remark, however, that the word gein has been employed by some writers in the sense in which we use humus, viz.: to denote the brown or black products of the decomposition of vegetable matters.
September 7, 2008 at 4:17 pm oh i luv stinki ones *onley if iz not de one gein suprised*
I love ed gein too, but I've seen them 3 times already, so it's not as big a deal.
I really don't feel that much like "going" to a show either, but I still want to see ed gein.
They can't stand hardcore (yet, they love converge and ed gein. .figure that one out) and Love Doom stuff ... which is fine, but ..
Yo'd hardly think 'at Dorothy wod have agreed to become Dolly Drake, but shoo did, an th' naybors wor as gooid as ther word, an when we gate wed we sat daan to as grand a dinner as ivver yo'd wish to see, an monny a little thing we have nah 'at wor gein to us then towards haasekeepin'.
"If my memory sarves me reightly, Mally, its abaght forty year sin aw tell'd thee at aw liked a boil'd egg for mi braikfast, an it seems tha's nivver forgetten it, for it seems to me at tha's nivver gein me owt else, an awm just abaat sick o'th seet on em."
Well, ther's one comfort, -- shoo's gein me a shillin.
I hearkent -- but eh, sir! jist gie a keek oot at that door, an 'see gein there bena somebody there hearkin', for that Eppy -- I wudna lippen til her ae hair! she's as sly as an edder!
Mu'tasem A'wad, an international and human rights lawyer for the Red Crescent said there was evidence of "a clear Israeli policy of targeting medical staff," in the incident, and added that it corresponded with attacks of medical personnel at the weekly anti wall protests gein Bil'in and Ni'lin.
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