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  • N juz waite tihl ya wride ur bohz “Ai ken hab dey ohf?”

    i poop - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • So he said to me, 'Vell, Maircus, you can wride down der orter, and eef dot sun shines before we get t'rough, you can sheep der goots.'

    Tales of the Road

  • 'Ve are coing to wride that gomedy, ant ve are coing to begin at vonce -- eh? '

    Despair's Last Journey

  • But I insiz 'he shall wride it, biccause -- Phylliz.

    Gideon's Band A Tale of the Mississippi

  • Radioshack were forced to take off their black Livestrong themed jerseys, all with the number "28", which represented the 28 million people world wride who have cancer.

    Blogbot - forsiden

  • Tell doctor "I didn'd go do work doday * sniff* could you pwease wride me an arrêt maladie?"

    MetaFilter

  • As Mr Bailey is not much versed in this kind of buisiness, I venture again to asks the favour of you to recieve of Mr. Guarrant what money he may be willing to pay and in my name grant him a reciept therefor, in order to give you the least trouble possible, I have written to Mr. Guarrant asksing of him to wride to your house with Mr bailey and pay to you what money he can raise for me.

    Letters to and from Jefferson, 1820

  • "Had it not have been for Phylliz, Dan Hayle, he wouldn 'neveh took that troub' to wride that will.

    Gideon's Band A Tale of the Mississippi

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  • A shoot, stalk, or stem, or a group or bush of stalks growing from one root.

    November 5, 2007