from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The assimilated form of
dis-before feminine See dis-.
- noun A form of
de-before feminine See de-.
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All Comments from buckslayer911 wrote 8 weeks 4 days ago wow thats a huge fish nile perch are alot dif from the little perch i cATCH
But it is interesting how covers are different in dif countries.
Watching how someone interacts with others in different social settings (under different amounts of stress) and how they work through problems can be very character-revealing.
The provocation you received from Sir James Wal - lace, and the fuppofed laws of honor, by which you were induced to become the avenger of your own wrong, in order to avoid what you call dif - grace, f alfe and chimerical notions of honor receive no countenance or indulgence from this court, it is contrary not only to the laws of God and humanity, but to the municipal laws of this, and every country throughout the globe.
The trial of Lieutenant Charles Bourne : upon the prosecution of Sir James Wallace, Knt., for an assault : also the law pleadings, the arguments of counsel, and the speech of Mr. Justice Willes upon passing judgment
Lors-a-massy, what a boy you is fur axin dif'cult questions.
I am no M&A lawyer (whew) but I suspect there’s also something about market power — like, if Microsoft bought Dell, it might be problematic even though they are technically in different businesses (software vs. hardware).
In general, I don’t think that the importance of trust is anything new, although the mechanisms by which people trust one another in different historical contexts varies over time.
I wa -- certainly was not aware of any kind of dif -- b-- waywardness which would interfere with the conduct of public business.
There was a big piece of wreck with a lot of boxes stove into the timbers, and some of these had in 'em beef ready b'iled an 'packed into cans, an' there was other kinds of meat, an 'dif'rent sorts of vegetables, an' one box of turtle soup.