GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Irish mythology) the sea personified; father of Manannan; corresponds to the Welsh Llyr.
- n. the sea personified; father of Manannan; corresponds to Welsh Llyr
“Also, we may reasonably assume that the Once-ler is mortal.”
“Of course if the Once-ler is a public corporation, rather than an individual, this is nottrue.”
“VorzugsschÃ¼ler, that is, “a student whose grades exceeded a certain average” (p. 22), and by the time he was sixteen he had the reputation of knowing more about physics and math than his teachers.”
“I don't know as there's any news, nothing partic'ler, that is.”
“Even in wartime, in Hit'ler's time, in Stalin's time, through all occupations.”
“She went away just about as she came -- in no purtic'ler 'urry, "said William Roper.”
“Ain't nobody been yere partic'ler 'cept Mister Harry Rutter.”
“But then, I ain't anyways partic'ler 'bout hirin 'out, as I said afore. ”
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