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- n. ale
- n. An alehouse.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Ale; also, an alehouse.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An ale-house. See ale, 4.
Oren: If you are com fort able advo cat ing for a prac ti cal polit i cal posi tion with out any under ly ing ratio nale, more power to you.
January 3, 2008 at 5:28 pm ai think dat jus yors kitteh sayin is kitteh taim- oar tehy rillly like teh knew nale polish.
Ininzi imali echithwa ngabomthetho ukunqandana nokuleqana nezaphula mthetho malunga nale miba ikwesisihlomelo.
Henry Quick was glad to see that the importunate -- nale was gone from the campsite.
Dear loan Ill nale this up wher you cant hep see it I am cleering ot of here I dont no why I stade as long as I did.
'The whole world', said _Ah-uuc-chek-nale_ (he who seven times makes fruitful), 'proceeded from the seven bosoms of the earth.'
He tuk up sumfin 'to flro at de snake, an' jes 'den he ceed in de bushes a nale keg, an' wus glad dat he had foun 'a keg ob nales.
Beany he said if we wood call it square about the feeds he wood get Gim Elerson to nale on the shue. so we did and Beany got Gim to nale on the shue.
Nay, three knaves in a leash is good at nale: 
The Longhorns blasted the Jayhawks 10-4 in the series fi nale in Austin to sweep the three-game set.
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