from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a European shad, (Alosa alosa).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See allice.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. European shad
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A candidates political allis should be judged much more harshly than his personal friends.
But my dad just insisted that Homer doesnt work because he had a bad atmospheric entry and that this messageif Cosmos received it at allis just something to do with Cosmos being broken.
The problem iswe forget Jihad is not an American word, and that this allis seemingly none of our business.
The level on which I object if at allis one of childhood taunts and, in a couple of instances, adult embarassment: but both these things are socially conditioned.
Turkey, the Ottoman Empire controlled Opium fields in Turkey selling the Opium to the British then selling to the Germans, until the War convinced Turkey to remain allis with Britain in the Opium Trading.
* Non poenitendis dotibus, prae allis Adae posteris excelluisse:
 "Non poenitendis dotibus, prae allis Adae posteris excelluisse."
I have arrows and steel to deal with you allis it worth it?
Practica Bartholomæi cum multis allis rebus in uno volumine.