Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An instrument for breaking or pounding anything; a pestle.
“Es que James Cameron es GILIPOLLAS del culo de verdad xDD y Avatar es una mier da TAN grande como los pitufos que salen en ella ... en fin xDD encima va dando lecciones xDD quien se cree que es???”
“Avatar me parece una mier. .da y no tengo xq callarme Tengo derecho a opinar lo que me dé la gana con mis gustos igual que lo haces tú, e igual que lo hace TODO EL MUNDO cuando ve pelis y opina, no seas hipócrita.”
“Con este ejemplo no has estado nada acertado, ambos "grupos" son la misma mier da xDDDDDD”
“As for the first, Christmas in 1843 was not at all the pre-mier occasion that it is today, when Christmas stories and their Grinches and elves and Santas abound, when "Christ-mas stores" purvey Yule decorations the four seasons round, and a marketing effort that begins sometime in mid-October is said to determine the fate of an entire year for retailers.”
“Maybe someone out there has put together a timeline that displays such things as: when was mier elected to the whatever in texas and how long did she stay in office?”
“Yesterday, I announced several initiatives and the pre-mier and my colleague, Minister Witmer, have announced some previously, but all of those investments add up to $500 million for our schools.”
“Finally at a small black snake slithering up a gom - mier tree.”
“Sowsexe," according to the old proverb, has always been "full of dirt and mier.”
“I talk in men and guns, and there are half a dozen among the Engelsch, niet mier, that know how to talk back.”
“The deal, which is expected to close by the end of February, will bring an end to Sarkis's almost half-century reign over some of the Back Bay's pre mier dining destinations.”
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