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- v. Present participle of flite.
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They are both sleeping like babies tonight with visions of new horizons fliting through their heads.
I couldn't concentrate what with the guy elbowing me and with Diane Lane fliting about the screen in the no doubt terrible Must Love Dogs.
But not accepting the truth last night that it just won't work and just all that fliting with Eliza and not chilling out like a friend ... was stupid and childish.
Then a few hours later I was awakended to the sound of Micah retching in the basement and Lauralea fliting around looking for barf pails and cleaning solutions etc.
I beleive Ralph Reid was already mentioned, as fliting too close to the flame of Delay’s candle.