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  • n. Plural form of rother.


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  • Some fucking moron with the username rothers (and rotini, on the second try) is trying to use my UW email account on there.

    YouTube sucks « Dyepot, Teapot

  • As Mr. Metaxas notes: "For a pastor to be involved in a plot whose linchpin was the assassination of the head of state during a time of war, when b rothers and sons and fathers were giving their lives for their country, was unthinkable."

    Belief In Action

  • I had been every whit as indierent to te wretchedness of my rothers, as cynically incredulous of better things, as esotted a worshipper of Chaos and Old Night s any of my fellows.

    Looking Backward: Chapter 28

  • Look into your rart and ask yourself what can I deny myself for rothers?

    A Houseful of Girls

  • Said to myself at lunch must go and see Mrs Rendell s'afternoon such a kind woman full of sympathy for rothers!

    A Houseful of Girls

  • Who can take the impact of unemployment on the economy into account? eh? not quite sure why my distain for bankers and politicians should mark me out as a right winger?! rothers

    The Guardian World News

  • rothers and sisters, we gather at this spot in Central Park to make a statement of expression of how we feel about the world as it stands before us.

    Life Lit by Some Large Vision

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