from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of ease.
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We think it is something that it is not - a free thing that reports fairly, questions the powerful, is the eyse and ears of the non-political class so that we can get about our business knowing that someone is watching the people who we hire and pay to run the country.
Just because Lynn wrote it and I read it with my own eyse, I don't have to believe it if I don't want to.
Well, at leest u haded eyse to putting awn teh broozes….
Iffin itz a babee kitteh awl tings be diffrent – bref is wunnerful, claws no sharp n speshally bad behavyurs gets toleriminated; mos portuntly kissin teh forhed spot is one uv bestest tings bout kittesh luv wen da bunches up dere eyse n smile when you kiss dem *hart goez pitter-patter*
It is not good for the health of our eyse and those of our children.
the clouds are also filled with things like sulfer dioxide. you know, the stuff that turns into sulfuric acid in your eyse to make you cry.
Does u send teh kitteh’s eyse out to be cleened or does someone come in and does that?