from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Inönü, Ismet 1884-1973. Turkish army officer and politician who served as president (1938-1950) and kept Turkey neutral during World War II.
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'Now kick in, damn you, Bill Roberts, an' finish'm 'the referee says to me, an' I tell'm to go to hell as Bill an 'me flop into the next clinch, not hittin', an 'Bill touches his thumb again, an' I see the pain shoot across his face.
Just as Nullah's quasi-invisible grandfather King George says to him to "tell'm story" to keep belonging somewhere, so Luhrmann lets Nullah narrate the whole film to recoup that somewhere (and that belonging) which Luhrmann feels his own people, the white Australians, had taken away from the likes of Nullah, the Lost Generation.
Or maybe the boss at GCN forna go tell'm to dun interview him.
"I want to find my parents so I can tell'm what total scuzzes they are.
i agree with you - but the guy is from oklahoma - and you can "tell an okie - but you can't tell'm anything" .. but here's the thing Matt - BIM and revit is very
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