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— Jake Nickell @skaw, co-founder of Threadless.com
Except for the distant mournful skaw of a pterodon, it was just too damned quiet.
The pterodon beat its leathery brown wings in slow motion, craning its claw-hammer head to skaw displeasure at the humming, hovering intruder in its domain.
That notwithstanding his great merit as a driver of the charabanc, BINNS caused the vehicle to skid ski-skaw-skoo off the appointed way and go plunging into a ditch some four miles as the crow flies past the Bypass at Blister Lane.
andrew rosinski 1 month ago saw it skaw 1 month ago sweet vid bro. you the man. the skyline man.
_skaw_ for the elder-tree; _skaw-dower_, water-elder; _skaw-coo_, nightshade; _bannel_, broom; _skedgewith_, privet; _griglans_, heath; _padzypaw_ (from _padzar_, four?), the small gray lizard;
` rough hair, 'and skaw, itself from ON meaning ` promontory.'
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