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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dow.


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  • Swahili is a language that evolved as a means of communication for the traders who sailed down the east coast of Africa from the Arabian Peninsula in their graceful vessels called dows.

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  • What they need to do if there is to many dows is relocate the deer to other area's.

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  • Yes | No | Report from Justin D wrote 4 weeks 4 days ago cool but do you have elk and 4 bucks and dows and wolves in your yard? probably not!

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  • But why dows the downloadable Quicktime version have FPS issues?

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  • Every once in a while, a rare Lamu chest would appear for sale that was authentically from dow: the captains of the dows traditionally would keep their valuables in a large wooden chest made of a wood called banda coffee, which was impervious to the sea air and spray.

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  • Pink and yellow stucco buildings lined the street, their win-dows boarded up.

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  • And then, curiously, the light in the Hewson cottage win-. dows went off and on again three times, deliberate as a signal.

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  • Even though there weren't any win - dows along the stairs, just knowing I was climbing gave me the woozies.


  • Mus bees sew tuff foar dows peepuls – hassin tu lib inna whirrld ware fings nawt bees purrfekt an akkyerit an awlwaesawlwaesAWLWAES rite AWL teh tiems.

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  • Solidarity not making a big splash and the SSP dows to a couple of seats according to ICM.

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