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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A large quantity.
“_) I've no wish to 'inder' im from going wherever he likes, so long as he pays me fust!”
“These reductions are especially striking because overall staffing is up inder President Obama, with more Federal prosecutors and law enforcement personnel on the payroll.”
“It's hard to see how a line can ever be drawn inder this expenses scandal - I can see accusations of financial impropriety becoming an easy way to unsettle an incumbent MP, for example.”
“Ifinkso wee needz ta sendz inna rescoo teem furr Mezzomom — sheez been inder kwite a longee tyme.”
“Um … Aktuamully — didja see dat buggy day jest crawl inder?”
“The reason is that significan new projects require inder-departmental co-ordination, and you cannot get that kind of co-ordination without top management focus.”
“Even though your stay is just inder 24 hours, they don't have to take you, but it's done to prove a point.”
“What they leave out is that the rise in debt was MUCH slower and lower than it was inder Pres.”
“Next problem is in December the American UN mandate runs out and can only stay in Iraq inder Iraqi control – Big Problem unless you illegallu occupy Iraq (Again)”
“November 13, 2008 at 3:38 am we got starbucks coffee inder catering, ya wanmego and snitch ya some?”
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