from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. flimsy; vague; deceptive
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Flimsy; vague; deceptive.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Counterfeit; fallacious; misleading.
The latter actually have to perform well (at leasy occasionaly) to get new contracts.
God knows why it's taken the BBC so long to air this (cowardice probably) especially as private groups of rescucers knew of this at leasy from the late Eighties.
Hoped that it will be much higher, but at leasy it's on the Top 10.
It never goes away, but at leasy ot it does get easier to bear as time goes on.
If not for the TV tuning requirement and desire for uniformity, I'd probably at leasy consider the WD TV Live
Okay, at leasy it does Vibrate, quite well. iPhone users that try to pick up women at the bar are AT BEST, Metrosexuals or hipsters
Because of how he PERFORMED in the RING!!!! unc jr~ save yourself. when it comes to the weight class arguement either they see and recognize the logic or they dont (or at leasy wont admit it out loud).
Not having a mother or someone i could confide in doesnt help either, to say the leasy IT HURTS a lot.
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