from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Obsolete form of souse.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See 1st souse.
- v. See souse.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of souse, souse.
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Providing the souce is nice, but really FirstShowing is going to get nailed by someone for doing this, if it's not JoBlo. com then maybe Yahoo Movies who probably actually pay money to get the exclusive trailers on their site which are then stolen the same day by FirstShowing. net.
Chace is hunting for properties “downtown, in a secure building with a doorman,” a souce tells The New York Post.
It may serve as a valuable souce of protein and essential blubber to an undernourashed population. sal
The hands are mostly made out of comic backs (a wonderfuly cheap souce of card stock) each finger section is three hand drafted and cut pieces
One way he did em was stuff em with apricotts oranges apples and onions with a number of spices he would not divulge but I think he some how snuck some honey and soy souce in the stuffing.
I have also found it to be an excellent souce of 'new to me' novels and authors.
I think Nick would do well to keep this particular souce a little further from him in future.
So according to the souce material, they're androids ....
Streaming radio and music recommendation service Last. fm now streams full length tracks and even albums on-demand, making it the largest completely legal souce of free, on-demand streaming music on the web.
Thus, the ordered and dynamically informed universe could be understood, and must be understood, by an active reason, but this universe, to be perfect and ordained, had to be regular. souce
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