from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Obsolete form of rye.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See rye.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An old spelling of rye.
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Chérie is a Real Writer, agented, working on her first novel.
'It was not an environment in which I felt comfortable, ch'rie, that is all.'
The only part of the story that is true is the list of tomato varieties I'm growing, minus of course the "super tomato", Rielooflirpa, which is April Fool spelled backwards with an "rie" on the front of it to make it look like one of those German tomato varieties.
The torch that lit the way for the Thompson revival was the French writer-director Alain Corneau's "S rie Noire" in 1979, adapted from "A Hell of a Woman."
But once you leave the room where the Mona Lisa is enshrined you find yourself in the Grande Gal rie, still crowded but less claustrophobic, and in the presence of five other Leonardo pictures.
Frensh say rie le premier qui rira le dernier .....
Lionel Bonaventure/AFP/Getty Images French Junior Minister for Research and Higher Education Val è rie Pecresse arrives for the first weekly meeting of French reshuffled government, on Nov. 17, 2010 in Paris.
I LURVS sammiches. speshully on a baygel. or a pumpernickle. or a rie. or a hole weet. or a kieser.
Una piedra mas en el muro de odio se rie, se ensancha, se alimenta, engorda.
Pray-rie goggie finks: “mebbe if ai kloas mai ais an hawp reelee hard, tis wil cheanz 2 cheezbrgr”
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