Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A present of money or goods sent by the ruler to a village (usually to some leading individual), for which a quantity of produce much exceeding the gift in value is demanded: a favorite way of obtaining revenue in the Malay states.
“I wish her the best and hope she is able to move on to a better life, hopefully without the dishonest, whining windbag who abused his position as governor and embarrassed his family. serah”
“But at least in Night of the Living Dead, they were looking for brains, not catchphrases ... serah”
“June 10th, 2008 9: 23 pm ET mr. boren you will not endorse obama, the name (B O R E N) will not be forgotten, if you stay in politics long enough you may need endorsement your self one day, what goes around come around. serah”
“Her singular name may also have contributed to these traditions, since the meaning of the expression (Ex. 26: 12): “serah ha-odef” is “something left over” (“the overlapping excess”).”
“Kinya Kotani siempre serah el mejor para mih~!!! .. aunke ya no sea el super HAWK hiperactivoy haya cambiadoh su estilo .. lo sigo amandoh; _; qué ams?”
“Diantara yang menghadiri serah terima Makao ini adalah pemimpin CNRT Timor-Timor, JA.”
“Would making toys, TVs, etc in this country add THAT much more to the final price? serah”
“Having thus subdued the Canaanites, Joshua divided the land among the tribes, Timnath-serah in Mount”
“He was buried in his own city of Timnath-serah (Josh. 24); and "the light of Israel for the time faded away.”
“Timnath-serah in Mount Ephraim was assigned as Joshua's peculiar inheritance.”
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