Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In heraldry, a bearing representing a screen or fence made of wattled twigs, or the like, and upright stakes. It is generally represented in fesse.
“Page 6 with us: but when Granganimeo the kings brother was present, none durst trade but himselfe: except such as weare red pieces of copper on their heads like himselfe: for that is the difference betweene the noble men, and the gouvernours of countreys, and the meaner sort.”
“After that these women had bene there, there came downe from all parts great store of people, bringing with them leather, corall, diuers kindes of dies, very excellent, and exchanged with us: but when Granganimeo the kings brother was present, none durst trade but himselfe: except such as weare red pieces of copper on their heads like himselfe: for that is the difference betweene the noble men, and the gouernours of countreys, and the meaner sort.”
“But then, I think Arabic is beautiful (spoken or written), so there weare.”
“Then again, neither should the morality of torture, yet here weare.”
“Strangely enough, many of these people that “show distrust for the government” will go right ahead and vote for the very people that got us to where weare.”
“In neither case is theory preeminent in why we are the way weare.”
“Whatever our views, weare morelikely to admire work that broadly agrees with our own than to admire work that profoundly disagrees with our own.”
“After all that we as a country have been through, it saddens me to see that weare still the same hippocritcal country that targets terror in the first place.”
“Our schools become prisons, flying on an aircraft is like going to prison, weare under survelance most of the time.”
“So when the President said "weare going to keep on fighting to pass the Employee Free Choice Act," you might have expected it to be a punch line.”
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