Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Middle English spellings of fleece.

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Examples

  • * Support Rename fles by the local date time format, or file's date time attribute.

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  • I really have no idea, but would assume that each battalion going on tour would draw R. Signals personnel from its Brigade Sig Sqn i.e. 2 R.fles which is part of 19 Light Bde would be sent personnel from 209 Sig Sqn, 2 Para which is in 16 Air Assault would be provided Signalmen from

    Army Rumour Service

  • He fles back to New York on Monday morning for the MRI.

    Bears Part Ways With Former Jet Gholston

  • Diced fatty fles of tuna fish, avocado and jellied soy sauce and Japanese herb "shiso"

    Dialogue on Emerging Food Systems

  • “Users on eDonkey tend to ‘permanently’ share their collection of files whereas BitTorrent users tend to clear completed fles from their client application after a period of time.”

    MIT, the School with the Most (pirates)

  • By all means, the call for Nancy Pearcey to release all the transcripts or audio fles of Pianka's TAS talk is justified, since she's the only one who seems to have access to them.

    A Promise

  • He actually formed his own mounted ri -, fles like Cadmians.

    Cadmian's Choice

  • And the guy didn't even seem to have the snif-fles!

    The Drawing of the Three

  • "They took energy ri-fles from two of the guards."

    Nor Crystal Tears

  • Nimeð vnneðes ðurg. for his fel he ðer leteð. his fles forð crepeð. walkeð to ðe wat {er} ward. wile ðanne drinken.

    Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts

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