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- adv. Eye dialect spelling of very.
- adj. Eye dialect spelling of very.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An old form of weary, warry, worry, warray.
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"It _is_ wery koorious," continued John, taking his pipe out of his mouth and addressing himself to _it_ with much gravity -- "_wery_ koorious.
I try F Secure and I think that is wery strong protection and the scanning time is quite fast.
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Have one scope cut (wery faded now) and my nose broken by recoil,. (twice) so I speak in this regard from some experiance.
Despite its seemingly benign intentions, many Republicans are withholding support, but Lindsey Graham, for one, complained on Friday that he was wery wery sweepy and as such could not think about weapons of mass destruction.
And there are wery few field of knowledge where a huge body of classical texts, needed to memorize, understand and use as a basis of further conclusions applied to new cases, exist.
And I hear wery emotional phrase of the diktor: “The tyrann is dead”.
“Rights” are wery unhealthy obsession of modern culture, feeding nihilism.
Accordinng to exit polls in Kentucky, this was something like 20% of the voters who admitted that race was wery important to them, and they went almost all for Clinton.
Be wery wery quite, I am hunting for that pesky Wooney.
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