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- interj. Alternative form of eh.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- interj. An exclamation expressing delight.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Another spelling of eh and aye.
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'The t covering note to Leo Morris - the one that gave the eigh year instruction - was unsigned.
This statement simply ignores the valid medical uses of anabolic/androgenic steroids and human growth hormone and the fact that Signature Pharmacy has filled millions of valid prescriptions for all types of medications from over 9,000 physicians across the country in its eigh-year history.
The eigh-day "California Dreamin '" tour from Go Ahead Tours.
Eighty-eigh proud members of the Army's (INAUDIBLE) First Squadron, 11th armored Cavalry Regiment, receiving a presidential unit citation for extraordinary heroism and conspicuous gallantry.
Jones has been as shocked as anyone at the speed with which the prosecution laid out its damning evidence against McV eigh.
"A suspected US drone aircraft is reported to have killed at least eigh people in two missile strikes in southern Pakistan, near the border of Afghanistan."
When an artist tells me that long-term employment "used to be the way the biz worked," I reply that the "work one place forever" thing was actually just an eigh-year quirk.
He held his own hand out and counted his digits slowly, “One, two, three, four, five — eigh?”
He married Margaret, daughter of Christopher Snyder, and of a family of eigh, four sons great to an old age, the four daughters having died in childhood or youth.
The Rebels were helped by a pass interference penalty and Nantkes again hooked up with Johnson for an eigh-yard TD to make it 23-5 just