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- n. Obsolete form of war.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. War.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of war, war.
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I can just imagine what kind of family they come from and how they werre raised.
What are the cabablities of the missles that werre recently tested in Iran?
Etymology: Middle English werreour, from Anglo-French * werreier, guerreier, from warreier, guerreier to wage war, from werre war — more at war
Etymology: Middle English werreour, from Anglo-French * werreier, guerreier, from warreier, guerreier to wage war, from werre war â more at war
Would you pay upwards of $20 million to anyone who accused you of molestation if you werre innocent.
However, I have tried a few of their shanghai style dishes and they werre not up to par with the former China 46.
I saw a host of them all right, hundreds of them, but they werre not pointed in my direction at all; indeed, they seemed not to heed me in the least, although I must have loomed large as their planet came nearer.
The word out in many blogs is that Hillary's supporters and campaign people werre the ones to orchestrate the Rev. Wright speeches over the last few days.
It does not mean that their lives werre priceless but I get really annouyed when people try to sugar coat things ... it is what it is ...
In the night the Hijdas cruise Haji Malang taking in the beauty of the night air, and its a mountainous fresh air, adding to the Hijdas languishing sensuality, this morning in the Mumbi Mirror was a story of a couple of kids who werre caught in a jewellery heist and it turned out three of them were married to eunuchs.
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