from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A witness.
- n. The witnessing or concluding clause, duty attached; -- said of a writ, deed, or the like.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In law, the witnessing clause of a writ or other precept, which expresses the date of its issue. Wharton. See writ.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
September 17th, 2009 3: 35 pm ET this is bad teste from few sad human beings
I am dreaming go to Bahamas and teste something like this.
Un robot a due teste auto costruitosi col Meccano impara la break dance.
I can see banning books that illustrate these nasty looking teste bags.
See, et rumal olek on kuritegu, paneb mind muidugi muigama ja silme ette tekib orwellilaadne ühiskond, kus kõik inimesed peavad aeg-ajalt tegema teatud teste teadmiste kohta ning kes ära ei tee pannakse vangi.
Except for the one with the impacted teste, that took some extra effort to remove.
Tawaddud (vol.v. 139) we have the fullest development of the disputations and displays of learning then so common in Europe, teste the “Admirable Crichton”; and these were affected not only by Eastern tale-tellers but even by sober historians.
In a private station the Meccan Prophet was famed as a good citizen, teste his title Al – Amín = The Trusty.
This seems an instinct with the Semitic (Arabian) race teste Abraham, as with the Gypsy.
Il miglior utilizzo di teste di cavallo dai tempi de Il Padrino.
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