Did you by any chance mean said?
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A title of honor (literally ‘lord’) assumed by the members of the Koreish, the tribe to which Mohammed belonged.
“But, as this Ilana person very well _not_ be an actual Fed, she could have just given the story and sayid came willingly, believing the jig was up.”
“P.D. sayid, Is the Discovery Channel going to still go through with their deal.”
“His eminence sayid honorific Moqtada al-Sadr paused military and jihadist operations so that we do not become a reason for their stay and we have allowed them to depart smoothly," said Baha'a al-Araji.”
“His largest private equity investment was in the unnamed West Coast nuclear energy company, in which Mr. Illarramendi had already put $23 million of investor money, the SEC complaint sayid.”
“We are going to grow through to profitability, irrespective of economy recovery," he sayid "It's not something we're basing our planning on.”
“I think that michael is the man on the boat and that he opened the door for desmond and sayid.”
“That sayid, I am looking at it as something to bring it down just into warm and less humid so I can be comfortble.”
“February 10, 2010 at 08:05 AM kate sucks. claire was interesting, sawyer was interesting, sayid was interesting, dogen was interesting, jack was interesting AND likeable, kate was still BORING and never likeable. the worst written character in the history of the show. hope this was the last kate-centric episode.”
“The 3R's of reforming high schools -- rigor, relevance and relationships -- set a high bar for teachers and principals alike and have implications for teacher preparation, professional development and the ways in which high schools are organized," sayid Margaret Gaston, Executive Director of the Center for the Future of Teaching and Learning.”
“The three-year old level of conversation continued for a bit and then shouting guy sayid, “No, you shut up, you devil!””
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