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  • n. Obsolete spelling of fashion.

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Examples

  • In true fascion, I wonder what these (NO) - Party members who voted (NO) on the Franken Amendment think about this development?

    Think Progress » Halliburton/KBR Goes After Rape Survivor Jamie Leigh Jones’ Personal Integrity In Its Supreme Court Petition

  • Maybe so Maggie, but they aren't taking money from the Government they are supposed to be reporting on in a fair and balanced fascion...and if they are, they are obligated to disclose the relationship.

    The Chimes at Midnight

  • In true fascion, I wonder what these (NO) - Party members who voted (NO) on the

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  • And the message she braught belaw from the missus she bragged abouve that had her agony stays outsize her sari chemise, blancking her shifts for to keep up the fascion since the king of all dronnings kissed her beeswixed hand, fang (pierce me, hunky,

    Finnegans Wake

  • Lewis's river at which place the Broken Arm informed me he Should meet them and Smoke the pipe of peace. which he Should afterwards Send by with Some of his Chiefs in company with those Shoshones to their nation and confirm a piece which never Should be broken on his part. he produced two pipes one of which he said was as a present to me the other he intended to Send to the Shoshones &c. and requested me to take one, I receved the one made in the fascion of the Country, the other which was of Stone curiously inlaid with Silver in the common form which he got from the Shoshones.

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806

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