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- n. Obsolete form of woad.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See woad.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A corrupt form of woad.
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Seriously, MC Hammer could use the sales my vid might earn him, but they wouldn't let me up; oad it ... even though there are several other vids with the same song.
Report comment a bit late i know but the episode when jezza oad tested the fiesta was the funniest thing i have seen this series, as well as being interesting and USEFUL!
Network is, in some ways, a conservative document because it advocates time frames to upgrade and maintain our oad network that are perhaps too long.
From Spring City Ward, Andrew Jenson wrote, “Crops destroyed by grasshoppers and people to R[ail] R[oad].”
The acronym for anyone living south of B.oad was S.O.B. It wasn't surprising to Hammond that the doctor's practice was located in a basically residential section.
That army of unemployed that lined up to cut and oad sugarcane by hand at the cane plantations does not exist today.
N.B. Please observe the address -- B.oad-street, St. Giles's.
I think you will have some neighbours that will give you and you nead not be oneasy about me volunteering before i see you and the children thats one thing sertain. conserning the barger business I have riten to you the first of October so I thought you new that we oad [owed] him. their has bin severle letters I sent that I received no answers.
Published on Thursday, Feb. 24, 2011 12:48PM EST Last updated on Thursday, Feb. 24, 2011 12:51PM EST oad Rush: Car show models: Does sex still sell?
It will oad a show without the commercial. posted 3 months ago by Daniel1458 (guest)