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- n. Alternative form of dowle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as dowle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One of the filaments which make up the blade of a feather; a fiber of down; down.
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'scrape a vlint;' and they laughed to scorn our idea of skinning them as you do moorhens, whose 'dowl' no fingers can pick.
A syringe full of acetone applied to the heart on the end of a long dowl works good also. no muss no fuss. just move slow an easy when you do it.
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I stopped by there last night to pick up a 3/4 in. steel dowl (don't ask*), and I swear to God, it felt like the mother ship had called me home.
At least in the murder cases that I've tried, the trajectory analysis, whether they use a wooden dowl or some other kind of a metal, you can get what the angles are.
Do any of them speak Spanish or Haitian French? dowl: Are these the 'illegal immigrants' that must be kicked out
- Loaded Can Racer - Students construct a can racer on site made of a coffee can, wooden dowl and rubber band.
I went immediately back to her dowl cage; and there she was, standing on her own, a big beautiful eagle.
We use a wooden dowl to pound the cabbage and salt which bring out the juices.
Use a rolling pin or wooden dowl to pack it in tight or you can use your clean fist.