from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A disease of herbivores, especially sheep, caused by the presence of the larvae of the tapeworm Multiceps multiceps in the brain and resulting in a staggering gait. Also called sturdy.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A disease of sheep caused by tapeworm.
- n. A fiddle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A disease of sheep, characterized by vertigo; the staggers. It is caused by the presence of the C�nurus, a larval tapeworm, in the brain. See c�nurus.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Staggers in sheep, a disease caused by a cystic worm in the brain, formerly called Cœnurus cerebralis, now known to be the larva of the dog's tapeworm, Tœnia cœnurus. Also called giddiness and sturdy.
- n. The jack-snipe.
It is now pretty conclusively established that they are no more Japanese than they are of any other country in particular, but that the originators of the breed were common fancy mice which were suffering from a disease of the brain analogous to the 'gid' in sheep.
You want a uid and gid which is not in the NIS maps and you want the account to be local to your gate machine.
And for them to do that, well I am speechless with gid right now.
That dream sounds very interesting … those are the most fun, not the crazy stupid ones. gid
It does the mode, uid and gid, too; note that the files come out owned as alaric, even though I ran the extract as root.
August 22, 2009 at 11:59 am because his gid-up and go has got up and gone?
IN; by = ind$inc_s; uniValue = 20; iid = SP. POP.TOTL; by = ind$inc_c; uniValue = 255; gid = 1004; iid = SP. POP.DPND; by = grp$map_x; scale = log; dataMin = 466; dataMax = 64299$map_y; scale = lin; dataMin = 24; dataMax = 82$map_s; sma = 50; smi = 1. 2$inds = ZAF_tG3,,,,; BWA_tG3,,,,
This should work with the relevant gid for the Abbott speech.
Dont choo jus haet it when yoo gid awl drest up fur a partee an yoo gets ther to find sumwun is wayrin teh saym owtfit!
Is “Gremlin” won ob dose speeshees dat duzzint gid owt much adn dare4 getses to travel on de contribushuns?
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