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  • noun Plural form of churl.


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  • The Harper government, in fact, has behaved like a sorry collection of churls from the beginning, announcing the news of Abdelrazik's return only in response to a question in the House of Commons, and then refusing to answer inquiries about the restrictions that currently apply to him.

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  • In these days the common people were called churls, or anything else that happened to occur to the irritable and quick-witted nobility.

    Comic History of England

  • Traverse City or Papillon may be nice places to retire now, but what happens if a bunch of snooty, vicious churls like me show up?

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  • Obama called them out to play for all to see, and they spun and spun and spun, and now they will drop. the repubs look like lying churls. hello Says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Zero

  • Cares enough to spend, spend, spend, the money that the greedy, mud encrusted peasants, churls, villains, and serfs offer up as tribute to the Perfect City.

    Harper must go

  • What a shame it is that such churls hate all understanding of what the Bibo Sez - I pray with the certainty of Love that the Lord is Liberal in forgiving them for their unending hate.

    TEXAS FAITH: How does a faith adapt without losing its meaning? | RELIGION Blog |

  • Gael fight with sword and lance, as becomes belted knights, or with sandbags, like the crestless churls of England, or butcher each other with knives and skenes, in their own barbarous fashion?

    The Fair Maid of Perth

  • β€œIt is doing the churls but too much grace,” said the

    The Fair Maid of Perth

  • There are times when churls have more luck than their betters.


  • There are times when churls have more luck than their betters.



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