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  • n. Plural form of limer.


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  • I went dancing instead, and pursued the peccary with pardine limers.

    The Shadow of the Torturer

  • The men you see with rubber gloves on are the limers.

    The Story of Leather

  • While river limers around the country have persisted in their recreation throughout the dry season and the drought currently hitting the country, there's one key ingredient missing - water.

    TrinidadExpress Today's News

  • Re: Armed Forces order of command in event of conflicting orders Re: Armed Forces order of command in event of conflicting orders They get limers.

    Army Rumour Service

  • It's a scene of agreeable, organized pandemonium; doubles vendors, fruit and vegetable stalls and racks of sportswear line the streets while gangs of limers compete for the pavement with perusing buyers and fleets of taxis honk endlessly.

  • It's like officers daily driving past a block where they smell marijuana being smoked but do nothing until the day they are assigned to harass the limers on the block or when they discern a look or attitude they do not like, then everyone gets spread and rubbed down and one or two are thrown in a police vehicle and taken for processing.

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