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- n. A short mortar used for throwing stone shot.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A short mortar used formerly for throwing stone shot.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A ballistic war-engine for throwing stones, used in the middle ages.
- n. An early form of cannon the ball of which was of stone.
I was wondering how fattening wine is, and is there a wine that has less of the ingredients that cause weight gain? drink some goddam perrier and sit yo ass down.
But she would need to include PERU perrier water for me to buy those things!
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To the savvy shopper wondering the Toronto price of large bottle of perrier water 750 ml: $1.47.
And the girls drink perrier and cook and clean, while the boys drink punch and ricard and have fun.
At Fort Raleigh, Jamestown, Plymouth, and some other settlements the breech-loading half-pounder perrier or "Patterero" mounted on a swivel was also in use.
The third class of ordnance included the guns firing stone projectiles, such as the pedrero (or perrier, petrary, cannon petro, etc.), the mortars, and the old bombards like Edinburgh Castle's famous Mons Meg.
Hipsters buying organic salmon, imported cheeses and perrier with food stamps?
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