from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To tell, declare, explain, or interpret; to divine; to guess.
- transitive v. To read.
- transitive v. To counsel, advise, warn, or direct.
- transitive v. To decree; to adjudge.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To declare; tell; interpret; explain.
- To counsel; advise; direct; teach.
- To guess; conjecture.
- To read.
- n. Advice; discourse; narration.
He revealed that the reconstruction of the destructed bridge may take many many days, because two years ago a bridge near to Ali Masjid aread fled away by flood is still waiting for its construction.
Need to feed people information, and sensory immersion is going to be an aread where free software can pull ahead.
When I aread the story in the NY Times this morning two things struck me.
I visisted 3 ACLFs in the Lakeside aread and the cost is $1,00 - 1,1000/month (including meals but not medical expenses).
If you have any interest in legal theory, give it aread.
"We come to a forested aread and the suspect stands there right in front of us with his hands high above his head," Gaasback said.
To test for color fastness, spray small aread of surface in a hidden or out of the way spot and let dry.
But lodwick, this of grace to me aread: doe ye not thinck th'accomplishment of it, sufficient worke for one mans simple head, all were it as the rest but rudely writ.
I checked in in an aread that looked like a common lounge area where breakfast is served.
Then when I try to redownload it over 3g in an aread with good coverage it was fine.