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- n. A dialectal form of wren.
“First, we found that we have higher response You may recall that after several years of legal wran - rates when we engage people through e-mail, and gling,”
“Knowing the importance of foreseeing such hitches and having plans to deal with them before they arose, Caro had composed her guest list with an eye to highlighting Michael’s need for a hostess who understood matters such as the esoteric wran-glings currently exercising the Russians and their Prussian neighbors.”
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Words heard on and around Anzac Day, a public holiday in Australia on 25th April. It commemmorates the landings on the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey during World War I by ANZAC forces, ie. the Aust...
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