from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To dry (meat) by the heat of the sun or in a chimney; smoke-dry.
- To become rusty and rancid, as dried meat.
- To take offense.
- An obsolete spelling of rest.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Maybe offer a few details and evidences or do you find it more fun to just dick around making up silly flames that the reast of us piss on and extinguish?
At some point the job is totally yours like the reast of us.
No Miss Palin, the chior you continually preach to do not support this, the reast of us who live in the real world do support this reform and the path it is following into fruition.
When you say you are at war with the United States, the United States government will endeavour to honor your statement – like it did with Jeff Davis, Bobby Lee and the reast of the boys back in the day.
June 13th, 2008 9: 03 pm ET reast in peace tim, you will be missed from sid in new york. thats for your great light quantummoxie
In retrospect, Transformers (and the reast of Bay's craptastic oeuvre) seems even more empty, shallow and cheesy after you've seen what a talented team can do when they take the effort to create a great product.
NAUT, that is because i am so fkn good at it, thougb lately when I have gootten online, when NOT saving the world whilst at work, I have started statting up on the other weapons. reast assured, THAT GOD ARE FKN ALLROUNDERS
We're going to let you go back to the speech, let you hear the reast of it.
This post reminds me that even though I feel like I'm behind in reading & posting comments, and WAY behind on writing new posts for my blog, it still is important to reast and enjoy life.
I had some rather old pita in the freezer and thought I'd use some of it up in this and toast the reast for hummus dunkers.
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