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  • adjective rare rough, rugged

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Examples

  • I try to post valuable and legitimate info, I maily post in the fishing sections because of the fact I fish more than I hunt.

    Cheating User

  • Visited Starhill which was maily consisted of high end stores so I didn't buy anything.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • I try to post valuable and legitimate info, I maily post in the fishing sections because of the fact I fish more than I hunt.

    Cheating User

  • In a sentence her numbers were all in the fifties, sixties and seventies while his were maily in the teens, a couple in the twenties and some actually in single figures.

    Poll: Hillary, Rudy Expand National Leads Slightly

  • Emily Thornberry might have 'gone and served other gods' according to the daily maily.

    The Use Of Slaves-( By God )

  • Welcome back lovely: Hopefully in all your maily bits there is a wee package from me...

    Sunday Stash - very quickly

  • That's what I was maily hearing, that they thought it was between Rio and Chicago, at least on the ground here.

    CNN Transcript Oct 2, 2009

  • In courts maily honest persons are punished and corrupt persons wander freely.

    Who is Responsible for Corruption?

  • I ask because I've heard that after King of the Elves, if Princess and the Frog is successful, Lasseter wants to focus maily, but not exclusively on hand drawn animation for Disney and let Pixar take care of the CG stuff.

    Regarding Layoffs

  • Inflation slowed to an annual 4.2 percent in August from 4.8 percent the previous month, maily because of a drop in food prices, which make up half of the consumer price index, Soludo said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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