from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A pile of rocks roughly laid together, usually on a prominent mountain-peak or -ridge, and intended to serve either as a landmark or as a record of a visit; a cairn.
- n. In printing, same as stone-hand.
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Dubbed as the 'stoneman' after the one who had attacked pavement dwellers in Kolkata many years earlier, the killer has been striking in the lonely stretches between Panbazar -
Apple erodes that freedom and it for this reason that I said that the iPad is hobbled (@stoneman).
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