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- adj. Lukewarm, tepid.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Lukewarm; tepid.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Warm; lukewarm; tepid.
- Weak; faint.
- n. Shelter; a place sheltered from the wind.
- n. An obsolete variant of lea.
The stripper community was bumped in lew of alter boys.
To those of us that grew up with Tex Mex. .tender crisp taco shells filled with cooked ground beef, crisp shredded lettuce, tomatoes, seasonings of cumin, salt, pepper etc. think that is the standard. .in lew of tough, greasy tortillas filled with whatever. .meat, beans, rice, etc ..
We had shot into the "lew" (sheltered) side of the rock, and were able for a moment to rest.
February 11th, 2010 at 6: 48 pm tombaker says: independent republic of texas??? dream on lew.
Club discovered Norman was a Fake, a liar and an imposter, e-mail f lew out over the Delphi forums.
From that insert Souther Law Poverty Center on the Mises Institute and lew Rockwell and presto, the party registration means nothing.
How much do you have to adjust to the platform vs. use standard code? lew
Un o'r pethau eraill sydd wedi mynd a thipyn go lew o fy amser yn ddiweddar yw fy ngwaith yn y Brifysgol.
Apply the secret divine code San San Jiu Liu Ba Yao Wu, which is Chinese for 3396815 and is pronounced sahn sahn joe lew bah yow woo.
A company called Ellula (pronounced “ee-lew-la”) has introduced something novel for music fans on the go: inflatable speakers.
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