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- n. The husks and other refuse of rice mills, used to adulterate oil cake or linseed cake.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The husks and other refuse of rice mills, used to adulterate oil cake, or linseed cake.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See shood.
- n. The white bream.
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August 13, 2008 at 8:16 am hmmm…iz fink i shude go bk 2 slpz….zzZzz
'Tes all very airy talkin'; what shude 'e du, then?
'But if anything shude' appen to me, Jim, I wants to be burried under this 'ere apple tree.'
[Out of sheer contradictoriness] Ya-as, 'e shude, then.
"I thart I shude be seeing yu, zurr," he said between his bites;
I'd go up to the closet an 'catch off there for five minutes, before they shude see I wern't fit to du me work.
Yu shude hear the language they spits out o 'their mouths 'long wi' the salt water.
-- I'm stonish yu pay tension so grat to Blak Slavv -- if Scotsman al lik yu den Scotlan must shude bee vine cuntrey -- yu teech me reed -- reed Bibell.
"I thart I shude be seeing yu, zurr," he said between his bites; "Therr's no thart to 'atin' 'bout the 'ouse to-day.
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