from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To slay.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An old spelling of slay, sly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an inflammatory disease of connective tissue with variable features including fever and weakness and fatigability and joint pains and skin lesions on the face or neck or arms
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She has even a bath-room -- a main cabin with two cabins off it, your man could berth in the fo'c'sle which is big enough for twenty like him.
Spider-Man exposed as communist/Hamas/al Qaeda sle ...
As a result, there is much we can learn from them in this mad, mad world of fast food, internet addiction, and sle ...
Should we have an itil type sla in place for moodle/sle?
I will not comment on this subject for fear of retribution from the gods of sle … ..
But I understand: "The flesche is brukle, the Fend is sle," I suppose too much has been spent, said and done, and too many hirelings have too much invested, for such a sublimely aleatic solution to occur.
I will not comment on this subject for fear of retribution from the gods of sle.....
Or sle hym first, for, though thow knowest it lite,
Aftreward men gon be many yles be see, unto an yle, that men clepen Milke: and there is a fulle cursed peple: for thei delyten in ne thing more, than for to fighten and to sle men.
And the custome also there is this, that whan thei that han such devocioun and entent, for to sle him self, for love of his god, thei senden for alle here frendes, and han gret plentee of mynstrelle, and thei gon before the ydole ledynge him, that wil sle himself for such devocioun, betwene hem with gret reverence.
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