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- n. The part of a tree that lies immediately under the bark; the alburnum or sapwood.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The part of a tree which lies immediately under the bark; the alburnum or sapwood.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See blae.
- n. The part of a tree immediately under the bark; the alburnum or white wood.
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The property also includes a guest house, a 3,200-square-foot barn and a three-acre skating pond that has blea chers and stadium lighting.
Countenance, more literally, colour, complexion; the more correct orthography seems to _blea_ -- yellow.
Old Isaac, your father, heard your young kid blea.
It's 6 years since NASA's Spirit rover arrived on Mars but having spent the last 9 months stuck in sand its future is looking blea ...
When morning o'er the valley springs awes: hawes awthorns: hawthorns blea: bleak
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