from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Nose.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete form of neeze.
- n. An obsolete form of nose.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Another great area to demeanour in to is Flushing, Queens - New York s se! cond Chi nese neighborhood. it s a cold place to travel around, to emporium as great as to eat in!
A fellowship allowed him to spend years in country, working on a study of the ruins of the medieval fortresses of the Pel o pon nese.
As with previous rounds of bilateral trade talks, most of the concessions were made on the Chi nese side, although there were no major breakthroughs and the importance of the agreements Beijing made will depend on implementation.
Within ten months, the Attorney General deemed 600,000 aliens of Italian origin to be a non-threat; there was no reason why the same could not have been done with the far smaller Japa-nese American population, which comprised mostly citizens.
They duz keepz teh mowsies unner pritty gud controll; mowsies kan kil teh liddle treez bai nommin teh tendeh bawrk, so iz nese—nessa–haz to bee dun.
Yeah, well if it wasnâ€ ™ t for Bush youâ€ ™ d all be singing in Iraqi-nese right now.
August 26, 2008 at 3:42 pm is a bluu tonk-nese liek mahself!
Ten years ago, during a campaign against Hizbullah similar to the one now underway, Israeli gunners blasted a United Nations monitoring post at the South Leba-nese town of Qana, where terrified locals had taken refuge.
In July 1982, a Lebanese Christian militia kidnapped the Iranian chargé d'affaires, two other Iranian diplomats and a Leba-nese journalist.
This year, we try mandarin shanghai restaurant in arcadia for a full banquet. eric and diana explained that this is shanghai-nese style, so many of the dishes will be familiar, but with a little twist.
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