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  • n. Abbreviation of station.

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Examples

  • He said players were not convinced about the long-term sta - bility of the yen.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • I don 'member 'bout de sta'rs fallin', but I did see de comet, en hit looked lak a sta'r wid a long tail; atter freedum, I nebber year'd ob no slave gettin 'land er money en I dunno nothin' 'bout de slave mart 'yer fer I didn' git ter kum ter town. "

    Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves Tennessee Narratives

  • Since dey done brought Miss Lyn's paw in an 'planted him, she say dey ain't no use foh huh to stay in dis yeah redcoat country no longer; so we all packed up an' sta'ted back foh de lan 'ob de free. "

    Raw Gold A Novel

  • Dey went off ter Europe, er Irope, er Orope, er somewhere er 'nother,' way off yander, an 'come back here las' year an 'sta'ted dis yer horspital an' school fer ter train de black gals fer nusses. "

    The Marrow of Tradition

  • • Quit said extracurricular activities, especially if their quitting coincided with league finals that might have demanded participation on my part exceeding the requirements sta ted above.

    In Defense of the Guilty, Ambivalent, Preoccupied Western Mom

  • Quel maledetto treno blindato negli ultimi anni stato rivalutato, grazie the Quentin Tarantino, che ne sta preparando un remake*

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • Il giorno dopo, nel ristorante dell'Excelsior pranziamo insieme e mi spiega come sta modificando la mia sceneggiatura in quella del suo prossimo film.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • Tal vez slo los que miran todos los das la imagen de la Virgen en la pared de la esquina, o en las calles por donde caminan para llegar the su destino, entienden de qu se trata realmente sta prctica social.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • Come dico spesso, la meschinità sta diventando uno dei capisaldi del nostro popolo.

    Global Voices in English » Japan: Reactions to the Japanese tourist rip-off in Italy

  • It sta rted in 1999 as Wise Guys, was refashioned as Gold, reworked by Harold Prince as Bounce and now appears in a new, slimmed-down, 95-minute version that first saw the light of day at New York's Public Theatre.

    Road Show – review

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