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- adj. Nonstandard spelling of historical.
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Being a British student doesn't mean following propaganda without checking hystorical facts, for if they did, they would be surprised at the "clean" role their own governement "played and plays" in the world.
Maybee ai shud bring it forward fur an hystorical review!
Just like in all types of writing there is crap in hystorical novels, crap in literary fiction, crap in horror and romance, etc. ad nausea but for some reason say the word chick-lit and all of the books considered in that genre are crap.
Spencer Tracy, as the defense attorney in the hystorical Scopes "Monkey" Trial, celebrates the miracle of the individual human mind ...
Famous scene from the 1960 movie "Inherit the wind" - Spencer Tracy, as the defense attorney in the hystorical Scopes "Monkey" Trial, celebrates the miracle of the individual human mind ...
(or Wheather Report ...) or any of the most important hystorical 33 rpm vinyl albums ... they was remixed for porting to Digital ...
Look at me, Mrs. John; can't ever have little son -- when I think about it I could bust right out cryin '-- Grief has made me almost hystalical, hystorical, hystollified -- I mean, I'm nervous -- lesh have drink! "