Definitions

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  • n. 100 bututs equal 1 dalasi in Gambia

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Examples

  • Gordon Brown spent his time in No. 11 taxing-and-spending the economy into a hole (figures yesterday revealed that Brown's spree cost the economy at least£14 billion), butat least he didit with conviction ...

    Yet another rethink...

  • It is very family oriented, butat leat I had a family here to spend it with.

    Wow! 1 yr in Bolivia

  • Oh, they might well all be as impossible or even repulsive as the candidates shed been presented with so far, butat least they would be someone different.

    Exile's Valor

  • He really was a great hard working man that got the job done, butat the same time was funny, intelligent, caring, and responsible.

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  • Words do well to make people aware of an issue butat a certain point action is vital to change.

    debito.org

  • I can’t speak for everyone, butat my publishing house, yes.

    Media requesting review copies of books / trying to contact authors « The Book Publicity Blog

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