Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A piece, bit, or fragment; a portion.
“Also known as lipeäkala, this dried white fish once saturated with lye is a traditional dish in both Nordic countries and in much of the upper Midwest of America and the plains region of Canada.”
“Move that lipe: it says it can't see but sign me up; hold me tight, all by itself it breathes.”
“Lawdy Lawdy, Mai huzbin wantz to noe, iz dere a good nappin caowch in teh NB, an kin wii plz lipe teh bebbeh kittehs high to snorgle him…..tee hee…”
“Koh lipe is part of Tarutao national park and which was used as part of the 'Survivor' TV series a couple of years back, where 'castaways' have to take their chances on a desert island.”
“Help! going to the south. .kho phangan, kho phi phi or kho lipe? looking for affordable bungalows + / - 400 BHT ..”
“KDE Wallpaper (other) lipeablaze lipe mazziero last visit Nov 29 2008 0 friends”
“Ita docet Martin. lipe - nius in Biblioth.phitofoph. p. 649.”
“Tepilcanool, they an fidly lipe, fit to pick (the beans, peas, &c.)”
“Izd-la-Chapelle taste the lipe ofthe waters from Carlowman’s Cup.”
“In the firft diviHon of tboie or the lOand is uninhabited) there are poiTefled by the EnjgUlh, is Tortola, the veral other bays on the S. fide, at which principal, to which belong Joft Vao lipe ifiay aochor \ and pf thefe the Foi: « J) yke*s and Little Van Pykcsj and Guana”
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