from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The noise made by a brooding hen when provoked; a cluck.
- To hatch; litter.
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- verb To
hatch(of birds); colloquially, of people, to be born.
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What was wrong here is that a cleck was applying a non-existant criteria to accepting ballots.
As for the rest of you – you are excited pixels on a screen and will disapear when I cleck metaphorical “next” button…
After informing the cleck-type at the counter that we wanted to see a certain officer, let's call him Zainal Abidin, because that's his name - we settled down to wait for two hours while said officer was being summoned from his inner sanctum, only to be informed after two hours that he was not in.
Ask your cleck, Sir Ralph, if I have not spoken correct.
Paul groaned, and made no answer; but even the creaking of the timbers could not disguise the repeated cleck-cleck-cleck, as the brandy from the bottle gurgled down his throat.
As i mentioned in my scenario, whn i will cleck on button2 it shud also validate button1 validation group.
While you're in the store cleck the lucky board for your letter to receive other cute prizes!
Its a big picture of sindee and little pictures under the big, you have to cleck on them.
Rob cleck wrote: that type of love and heart is rare ...
Click on start > run > type in "msconfig" under general put a check mark next to selective startup, on the top right click on services at the bottom there is a ok button just above it there is an option called Hide all microsoft services put a check mark next to it and then cleck on disable all and click on apply at the botton right. after that again on the top right click on startup click on startup and click on disable all and click on apply on the botton right and click on close it will ask U to restart the computer so click on restart.