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- n. Alternative form of dais.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See dais.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of dais.
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BTW, the GOP has offered several deas but your loonies shot them down and will not consider them, so now you can stop wagging your forked tongues about the GOP having no ideas!
IF Karl Marx were here, he'd say just what he said about those who twisted his deas when he was still alive to witness it!
I don't expect this video to effect the outcome that was determined months ago in backroom deas.
The old man was seated on the deas, or turf-seat, at the end of his cottage, busied in mending his cart-harness with his own hands; for in those days any sort of labour which required a little more skill than usual fell to the share of the goodman himself, and that even when he was well to pass in the world.
Grunt unto us, I pray, your fore-boden article in our own deas dockandoilish introducing the death of Nelson with coloraturas!
Teach beag deas So we went to “view another property” today as we say.
Bh Lasairfhíona thar barr agus ba bhealach an-deas é chun am lón a chaitheamh.
Hopefully later they work deas with site pubishers to use their service. reply ybbswc
The participants continue to digest deas, to strengthen links, to draw future plans together.
One reason why innovators are earlier than others in their system in adopting new deas is because they have much shorter innovation-adoption periods.