from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The European blackbird. See blackbird.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See merle.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. common black European thrush
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And the media feed and sustain our hysteria 24/7. merl Says:
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Books lined the walls from floor to roofbeams and the mantel above the hearth was carved of rarest merl marble inlaid with silver knotwork; the air smelled of leather and parchment.
Back on the web, I'm hoping to still keep E-merl ticking over with new projects as well.
We at the atabrine tenderization cruz, an bitter decasyllabic myotomy, and grumble midget clutches and merl.
18 Responses to “National Security Messaging” merl says:
This brought over many foUovyers of for - tune from England, merl often 0/bad charade rs, but poffeffed of money to buy the forfeited eftates; and the lord deputy was accufed of favouring the raipacity of thefe purchafers, and of hanging fome confidcrable men, whofe guilt was not very appa - rent/
Johnson didn’t like this, and his move to fire Sheridan and replace him with probably the most lenient regime in any of the Military Districts was probably the tipping point at which the Republicans decided they needed to get rid of him, and the point at which they started begging Grant to run in 68. merl says:
If you think it’s not, then by all means write your congressman and demand the U.S. adopt the Singpoare model for health care/retirement savings. merl says:
If it’s shipping jobs of to China – no problem. merl says:
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