from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See calaber.
- n. A military engine used during the middle ages; a variety of the pierrier.
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The Wii is a cute little system, but come on, what adult likes those Gamecube calabre graphics.
I love how utterly corny those movies are, but its funny cuz the Die Hards and Lethal Weapons of the 80's and 90's were cult hits, but the movies of the same calabre that were made in the late 90's and today are thought of as collosal disasters.
But in real they wont be paying nothing in a form of perm transfers and only deals that we going to get is them 2 loan deals and that young lad in brazil .. so dont build your hopes up. we wont be getting this player or anybody in this calabre .. before anybody shouts i work at st james ..
Democracy survives primarily not simply through the calabre of the leaders it throws up, but their capacity to respond intelligently to the demands and wishes of the people who elect them.