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- adj. Gay; merry; frolicsome; cheerful; blithe.
- adj. Beautiful; pretty; attractive.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. See bonny, a.
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- adj. very pleasing to the eye
See if your disks are the culprit (cp between two disks on the server, hdparm, I think bonnie / bonnie++ does disk benchmarks)
Was past expression bonnie, O! Like threads o 'gowd her flowin' hair,
In her youth she had been called bonnie; she was still pleasant to look upon.
My version of the song differs from that given in Cromek's Burns, and also from Allan Cuningham's; and I am disposed to think my memory at fault from the so near recurrence of the word "bonnie" in the stanza.
This little stream well deserves the epithet of "bonnie," which Burns has given it.
What i find interesting about this discussion is how many things that have been (and still are) considered normal (such as a baby gaining weight steadily following birth, that a 'bonnie' baby is a healthy one, etc. etc.) were the result of the use of growth charts that were based on data collected from predominantly formula fed babies.
I'm no saying that Katie is heeding; but other folk call her bonnie Katie as well as you, and she's almost a woman now, and it canna be helped. "
"bonnie," and bestrode them, laughing gleefully at my efforts to unseat him, and holding himself in position by digging his pudgy fingers into whatever portions of my anatomy he could most easily seize.
Used in a room with elephant gray and even a bit of acid yellow, you get a palette that is sophisticated, a little Barbar, bonnie and bright without any superheroes, princesses or Disney characters those will be brought in by the tenants themselves, no doubt.
Fri 11/06/09 11: 32 AM another 150 years. .lol … he needs to hook-up with bonnie. .now that would be hot!. .witches and vampire sex …. holy crap batman!