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  • verb Present participle of noise.


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  • I started noising around that I was frantic to join . . . the Japanese Army.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • I have no chance of writing more now, the children are noising.

    Letter 38

  • If I was a bird, I would take exception to a petrolium fuelled birdy smelling and noising in my hunting ground.

    Raptor attack! on Vimeo

  • Although the fact that OMG PLOT TURNING POINT is much more concentrated in Acacia than Song of Ice and Fire may be noising out any particular OMG Red Wedding Moment.

    Live-Read-Blog: The Other Lands – Book Three, Song of Souls | Spontaneous ∂erivation

  • Bassam Abu Sharif has been making noising and has been yelling in support of the resistance and he has been denouncing and condemning.

    Thursday, January 08, 2009

  • Even in the 'paper' publishing world you are advised to get your name out there even if some of the early stuff is for peanuts or for free ok thats not entirely true as there appears to be two schools of thought on this but from my personal noising, getting yourself noticed seems far more important than being anal about pennies.

    Snell-Pym » Internet Fear

  • The Greeks that were in pay with Hicetes, noising these discourses about their camp, gave Mago some ground to suspect, as indeed he had long sought for a pretence to be gone, that there was treachery contrived against him; so that, although

    The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans

  • 'You're like a West Highland terrier noising up an alsatian.

    A Big Boy Did It and Ran Away

  • 'You're the last person I should be noising up, under the circumstances.'

    Boiling a Frog

  • 'You're the last person I should be noising up, under the circumstances.'

    Boiling a frog


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