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  • My contribution: To Blave…and as we all know, to blave means to bluff, heh?

    A Meme and a Stover-Link

  • My contribution: To Blave…and as we all know, to blave means to bluff, heh?

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • And the ould lady that ye've pinched, sure I blave it's me ould mother from Kilkenny, Ireland.

    The White Christmas and other Merry Christmas Plays

  • Patrick, but I blave those pancakes are burning, 'and she went out in the kitchen.

    Peck's Compendium of Fun

  • 'Howly Saint Patrick, but I blave those pancakes are burning,' and she went out in the kitchen.

    Peck's Bad Boy and His Pa 1883

  • "Neve 'find out blave who chop off head," said Ching, with a queer twinkle of the eyes.

    Blue Jackets The Log of the Teaser

  • "His most noble excellency the big-buttoned mandalin has come on board the gleat fine ship with his genelals, and blavest of the blave, to fetch the most wicked and double-bad plisoners whom the gleat sea captain of the foleign devils --"

    Blue Jackets The Log of the Teaser

  • Makee blave velly angly and dlaw sword; fightee fightee.

    Blue Jackets The Log of the Teaser

  • Big blave talkee talkee soldier, and tink Inglis offlicer 'flaid.

    Blue Jackets The Log of the Teaser

  • Dr Alison was the first foreigner who went to witness the genocide abuses carried out by politicians in former regime in Arusha ICTR and some Rwandans get shocked when she along the side turned and pointed the finger to the Government which stopped Genocide of also committing war crimes and calling for justice, such blave actions are not found

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  • And as we as all know, to blave means to bluff.

    October 20, 2007