from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to Transylvania, formerly a grand principality, since 1868 incorporated with Hungary.
- n. A native or an inhabitant of Transylvania.
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I agree in part with the comment that alluded to the fact that just because Obama isn't the one being quoted as stating he wants to see the delegates seated, the claws come out and aspersions cast about how Ms Clinton is a bushwhacking hornswogalling, conniving horny toad, deceiver that should be lynched then crucified the transylvanian way.
November 14, 2008 at 10:23 pm is it sad or jus plane scarry dat not onlee do i still haz mai transylvanian and dr. scott costumes tucked away, but I can remember dat hoal blasted dance still?
Obviously the Lib-Dems fear that he may no longer be an asset to them after his sexploits with at least one of the transylvanian twins.
The interior of the train was more than strange, it looked like the hall of an old transylvanian castle.
The citadel served in the XVIth century also as a prison, this is where David Ferencz, the founder of the Unitarian church, and Moise Szekely, leader of the transylvanian nobles hostile to the imperial power.
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