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- v. Obsolete spelling of borrow.
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Squeegy will support the neo-con agenda until he gets the bill for their borrowe and spend, last I knew it was 8.4 trillion with around 350 billion in interest payments each year
Ye awthour dyd reappeare in ye aufternoone, and dyd seeke to borrowe a crowne from mee, but I sente hym packing.
Unfortunately, this will have no effect on current grad students, most of whom would have borrowe...
You then borrowe money from your neighbor to finance this job.
Western has become high fashion and to do so it has borrowe from so many other fashions.