from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See birt.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as bret.
- To butt or thrust with the horns.
- 2. To press or indent.
- To butt; thrust with the horns.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. English psychologist whose studies of twins were later said to have used fabricated data (1883-1971)
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Team Baggers are such hypocrytes, if they had any integrity they would ask for the head of every member of the RNC who put their name on that petition. burt
Yet if they can't incorporate this obvious, basic reform, then how can they be trusted with anything beyond that? burt
Or will they set the Threshold so high, burt just low enough to keep hurting us more?
This health plan is nothing burt a power grab by the administraton.
And Richard Clark tries and tried to warn you boneheaded Good Bushies burt you refiused to listen. veritas
Boots of the Dúnedain, this specific iteration being a pair of Vasque Ranger GTX hikers in taupe and burt orange, with Strider outsole
[Jul. 13th, 2008 | 01: 25 pm] [Tags | burt reyonolds, sharky's machine]
I'd rather it look like a Genius Bar than something out of Serenity. burt
Y'all get Bonus Points for taking this step! louis e. burt
If he thinks either his remarks, or the medium in which they were express, is the way to promote debate on the BBC role and performance he is sadly deluded - but there again that is presumably a requirement of being a Culture Secretary. burt