from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A rod or stick used by masons in mixing hair with mortar.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A kind of loam; a coarse hard substance for mending roads.
- n. Same as rabbit, 1.
- n. A title of respect given to Jewish doctors or expounders of the law. See rabbi.
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Try this: Dust “seems to say that the only good A-rab is a dead A-rab”.
Charlie, performing a redemptive gesture, for sure, Juliet getting caught betraying the Others, Danielle Rousseau will come strolling onto the beach looking like Wiley Coyote having a bad day (remember the dynamite she got on the Black Rock), possibly Captain A-rab aka Sayid who’s got a grudge against the others and not much left to say and our chop-socky friend Jin.
At times, villagers said they have nothing to eat but 'rab', a
What's an "all time blockbuster" between 'rab' and 'devotee'?
Recent work in C. elegans has demonstrated that rep-1 may prenylate specific Rabs in specific tissues, such as rab-27 which is involved in synaptic transmission, and does not participate in the prenylation of other rabs Clinical characteristics of CHM patients and expected effect of determined mutations on the structure of REP-1 protein.
And yet they would scream bloody murder if an “A-rab” had commited this crime instead of a white person.
January 24th, 2010 at 10: 27 am pezmiztix says: rab ….
Click to read. rab …. you d-bag … follow the conversation you piece of * hit.
One is an organized control mechanism based on a fallacy that the itinerant rab was somehow a king that has been warped an manipulated for centuries.
India from February 21 to March 1: His Holiness will give his annual spring teachings on Lord Buddha's 34 Jataka Tales (khay-rab so-shi) and Dhammapada (tsom).
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