from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A field.
- To inflict a blow on.
- To make a dent or bump on.
- n. A blow.
- n. An indentation produced by a blow, or a raised lump resulting from a blow on the person.
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All Canadians are equal irespective of the their clour, creed, religious or ethnic background.
More clour on Magnus Eikrem from Darragh Errity: "Young norwegian centre midfielder with a Joaquin Pheonix type hairlip and a reputation as a deadball specialist".
April 23rd, 2010 12: 43 pm ET its about the about clour people. let me ask all you immigrant haters, all you racists on the right one question. if any white person and a dark skin person walks the road who do you think they will stop???? common racists, answer. i will answer, the DARK SKIN HUMAN BEING. the dude
Jewish faith - that all are equal in the eyes of God; that discrimination on grounds of race, clour or gender is contrary to that faith.
Within two to three days the clour changes from white to black, then to brown, and gradually fades as the mushrooms grow larger.
Whussanday [Whitsunday] that she gied me a clour [knock] i 'the lug that fair dang me stupid.
Dugald Mahoney, cam here a while syne, wi 'ane o' his arms cuttit off, and a sair clour in the head --- yell mind Dugald? he carried aye an axe on his shouther --- and he cam here just begging, as I may say, for something to eat.
"A clour from a French pistol;" it was but skin deep -- he was off his camp-bed in a few days.
I got my musket, and Tommy Staytape armed himself with the goose -- a deadly weapon, whoever may get a clour with it -- and Benjie took the poker in one hand, and the tongs in the other; and out we all marched briskly, to make the Frenchman, that was locked up from the light of day in the coal-house, surrender.
The poor Hieland body, Dugald Mahoney, cam here a while syne, wi 'ane o' his arms cuttit off, and a sair clour in the head -- ye'll mind Dugald? he carried aye an axe on his shouther -- and he cam here just begging, as I may say, for something to eat.