from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Something learned; a lesson.
- n. Learning, lore; doctrine.
- n. Alternative form of lehr.
- v. To teach.
- v. To learn.
Tell it to the people that are unemployed and losing everything while you fly around in lear jets drinking wine.
What a beautiful Pussy you are!'...oh come on, mr lear, that is so definitive, you're not even trying to hide it any more...
The constant practice of our profession is the surest road to "lear" or affluence.
"I'm am sick to death of false reporting by the media, spoke with the o'lear's this morning and mitch the reporter did not try to contact lenny's father or mother. he left a message to speak with lenny. why in the world would he even mention his father's name? the olears are pillars in macomb twp and both parents and boys have always had postions in helping others. lenny is no different. he will prevail."
We sent him every summer to spend his vacation in Mexico at my parents house, It took him only two summers to lear to speak spanish like a native, in middle school he tried for french and it was so easy for him to learn it.
Yet NPR. org reported yesterday that Williams's "status was earlier shifted from staff correspondent to analyst after he took c lear-cut positions about public policy on television and in newspaper opinion pieces."
If you don't know how to knit, but want to lear […]
The judge in the murder trial of Drew Peterson appeared shocked in court Thursday upon lear ning that Fox News had aired footage of Peterson
My lord, my legs and arms stood me in more stead than either my gentle kin or my book-lear, and I found myself trailing a pike as a private gentleman under old Sir Ludovick Leslie, where I learned the rules of service so tightly, that I will not forget them in a hurry.
It's not like trying to explain something which the child does not understand but is willing to lear.
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