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  • I was thinking of that song "with eyes wide open"

    thanks for your contributions

    I see you have found a way to view lists you love

    why didnt I think of that?

    August 29, 2012

  • Is there any way to view lists I've "loved"? :(

    August 29, 2012

  • ship-lap n. (a) a form of joint in carpentry made by halving (see quots. and halving n.1 2, and cf. half-lap at lap n.3 2b); (b) boards interlocked by rebates, used esp. for cladding.

    1854 A. E. Baker Gloss. Northamptonshire Words, Ship-lap, a carpenter's term for a mode of uniting the end of one piece of wood to the side of another, at right angles, by a bevil-shaped bearing on the upper edge.

    1939 W. Faulkner Wild Palms 15 The flimsy walls (they were not even tongue-and-groove..but were of ship-lap).

    1977 Cornish Times 19 Aug. 13/2 (advt.), shiplap claddings and drainage systems are always in stock.

    August 27, 2012

  • click on conjunctive-adverbs click on resetee click on 182 lists he has

    did this help?

    August 27, 2012