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- interj. The command issued by the Drum Major of a marching band to move forwards.
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I'll drive through the harch, sir, and you'll see the hother side.
Now look t'other side the harch; not the side where
So-harch (or Girls) Creek, at 2 miles higher up (3) passed a Creek on
Countrey on the heads of red River of L Winipic where they Cultivated the landspassed a Creek I call So-harch or Girl Creek L.S. 2 miles higher passed Woman Crreek or Char-parts passed an Island Situated in a bend to the S.S. at the lower point of this Island a Creek comes in
Biden better watch his mouth!! issuing harch statements like these is like a man kicking his pet Rothweiler.
Now look t’other side the harch; not the side where Jarsper’s door is; t’other side.’
Now look t'other side the harch; not the side where Jarsper's door is; t'other side. "
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