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- n. Nonstandard spelling of label.
- v. Nonstandard spelling of label.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The use of the term "job-killer" is over-the-top political rhetoric, and the folks at factcheck.org have done a good job of debunking some of the claims behind that labell.
Indeed, the disgusting interperatations of some 'commandments' definately cause severe problems but not all Muslims interperet their sacred book the same manner it is forced onto populations in the Middle East (more as an ultimate form of social control than anything else) but to labell the Muslim religion as he did is ingnorant and appauling, Wilders might as well cite the right wing Christian sects in his conquest against Christian values.
I cannot fail to see the clear and malicious racial undertones of some of the above comments though, and WIlders is delusionally xenophonbic to labell The Koran a terrorist novel.
Shookum-Chuck; your train stops at places named Newaukum, Tumwater, and Toutle; and if you seek further you will hear of whole counties labell 'd Wahkiakum, or Snohomish, or Kitsar, or Klikatat; and
you should give a go at "Petite anglaise" she's british, lives in paris and is - at least for a frenchman - the best description of what we labell "British sense of humour"
? has it anything to do with Fr. _lambrequin_, the point of a labell, or Labell of a file in Blazon;