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- adv. soon
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Soon.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Quickly; promptly.
U kno, u libs in teh state rite nexxt 2 mi – Ah libs in O-hai-o, adn Ah fink tehre shuld be a cheezmeet in r area soonly!
And sorry about those wakey wakey times … Hopefully that will get better soonly!
Mox soonly will be in a split second per the chancellory of his exticker.
Every meal they put into their waste baskets necessarily extracted one day from the other end of their excursion via the fire escape, and that is one reason why they returned so soonly.
I am solely responsible for this comment and agree to abide by the it is not somali's pirats problem, country's used to take lassons once, why they didnot take any reaction soonly, please guard ur ship as much as posible Permalink 04 / 09 / 09 @ 10: 30
Two days after our beloved and hopefully soonly departed PM had said,
He told me that he saw them continuing for a short while, then soonly organically falling apart.
Mix-Ups - Following the fishing, we had a BBQ to welcome and amalgamate the families and friends of the soonly-weds.
In the event of cooling in the next decade, outside the worst ever figure for climatology and maybe all science, I would bet on other possible explanations: man-made pollution is leading cooling (e.g. sulphate emissions from China and India); water feedbacks have not been modeled in the right way, but the thoery is good, and anyway Mankind is guilty of every climate change, and anyway now a “cold doom” will soonly arrive; we have just to wait some year (decade, century, millenium) more for the “hot doom” to arrive; it is a global plot, financed by warmongers and oil companies, against environmentalists and IPCC-UN.
his health will deteriorate rapibly, noticably, soonly…
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