Definitions

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  • n. boy

Etymologies

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Could be derived from the Anglo-Saxon word bur, or gebur, meaning freeholder of the lowest class, peasant or farmer.

Examples

  • Photos of Obama pretending to be interested in bor ...

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  • Bohaira = any lake, but especially the lagoon around the central island on Skene, protected from leviathans by atolls built by early colonists bor = wine (bor is followed by name of fruit used to make it, as in borapple)

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  • Total Textron Manufacturing debt $ 2,027 $ 1,708 Textron Manufacturing maintains credit facilities with various banks for both short - and long-term bor - rowings.

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  • Additionally, Textron will enter forward starting fixed-pay interest rate exchange agreements to lock-in current interest rates for probable future issuances of long-term bor - rowings.

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  • Boriya Chillies - They got their name "Boriya" because they resemble Indian Jujube berries known as bor or ber in Hindi.

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  • One common sodium borate in use today is Tim-bor, which is registered for use in California to control drywood termites.

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  • For it was Lord Meron's association with T'bor's Weyrwoman, Kylara, that had caused the death of both Kylara's queen dragon, Pridenth, and Brekke's Wirenth.

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  • "It had better be T'bor's Orth," Lessa said, bridling.

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  • I'd say now Patrick Bateman is ever present at the bar of the local rugger club by the sounds of it, or the 'bor' sipping heino and talking about Dricko.

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  • The rendering of a Hebrew word bor, which means a receptacle for water conveyed to it; distinguished from beer, which denotes a place where water rises on the spot (Jer.

    Easton's Bible Dictionary

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