from The Century Dictionary.
- To anoint.
- To administer extreme unction to.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb obsolete To anoint.
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- verb poetic To
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The "oint" is from a false analogy with the fourth conjugation, as though the Latin had been _doniam_.
The gun then malfunctioned and at that p oint two other male bystanders were able to subdue Mr. Loughner and take control of his weapon, according to authorities.
Hence, if one wants to appea oint of fact, jerseys are actual absolute during soccer amateur in the football arena
So this would be the p [oint] in the narrative where I'm supposed to ban you ...
Mr. Gauci's testimony about the date varied, according to these documents, and at one p oint he said the clothes were bought on Nov. 29, 1988 not Dec. 7.
Net contracts excluding unconsolidated j oint ventures fell 13%.
Over half the weight of the shelled and degermed cacao bean is made up of fat, or "cacao butter," a product, Gage noted, "I have seen drawn out ... by the Creole women for to oint their faces."
The problem is when some news organizations make a oint of referring to the head of Al Qaeda as Osama vs bin Laden, and take advantage of the similarity to make it easy to slip into the Osama (first name)/Obama (last name) error.
February 27, 2008 at 9:24 am hear, lemmee dab a liddul oint mint onnit.
Every navigation point navPoint has a unique navigation point id and a play order, with the label of that oint and the content source specified.