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- n. firewood; fuel
- n. rubbish
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Fuel.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Firewood; fuel.
- n. Rubbish.
She spent the day ﬁ elding calls — a frantic one from her parents in New Jersey, one from the regional director of the FBI, going over her ordeal with the Crisis Team one more time.
This year has been another great year for the Ponsonby Legion with quite a few I have noted over the last few years that the quality of play in the grade has new players joining and helping us to carry on our proud tradition of building improved and with other teams ﬁ elding quite a few ex-Prem players, this is a strong and enduring culture.
This resulted in never ﬁ elding a team that contained more than Season highlights included: two back reserves and usually only one.
The Oakland Press file photo/JOSE JUAREZ The Pistons are tired of fi elding questions about all the changes and new head coach John Kuester (left), and are ready to play games that count.
_elding_, fuel; _steal_, stool; _brandreth_, iron frame over the fire; _seaty_, sooty; _rattencreak_, potcrook, pothook; _randletree_, a beam from which the pothook hangs;
How Old Yales boys is making rebolutions for the cunning New Yirls, never elding, still begidding, never to mate to lend, never to ate selleries and never to add soulleries and never to ant sulleries and never to aid silleries with sucharow with sotchyouroff as Burkeley’s Show’s
[(on earth were better qualified than Mr. and Mrs. F) 5.1 (i) -2.9 (elding) 9.1 (for the task of education; but such a child as)] TJ
[(was y) 29.4 (i) -2.6 (elding) 9.4 (, and that his cheerfulness was assumed.)]
A fool! his conscience should have restrained him from y) 29.3 (i) -2.7 (elding) 9.3 (to my)] TJ
Mr. and Mrs. F) 5.3 (i) -2.7 (elding) 9.3 (\222s arrival at their father\222s with their children made)] TJ