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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of orn.


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  • "And," pursued the old man when the paroxysm was over, "did ye see 'is' orns, Peter, an '' is --"

    The Broad Highway

  • Oh-h, you mean them little 'orns stickin' out on 'er?

    The U-boat hunters

  • Arlington wants Union Pacific train engineers to ixnay with the orns-hay stories

  • Arlington wants Union Pacific train engineers to ixnay with the orns-hay he should re-make children of the corn. talk about scary! stories

  • McCoy ... so a sack here, recovery there, and lost, and Gilbert played in the true spirit of Texas Longhorn sport's history: "Hook-Em-H orns-Awesome!"

    The Full Feed from

  • Dolly: The Biography (Cooper Square Press) | Alanna Nash Although she certainly never vanished from the limelight, country legend Dolly Parton has lately enjoyed resurgent acclaim from listeners and critics alike because of an exceptional string of bluegrass-inflected recordings (the most recent of which, Halos & orns, is currently vying for the "Best Country Album" Grammy).

    Playback:stl Syndication

  • Come on you orns .. spot on gef 892 he started poorly (with help of the asst) in denying Danny's opener - yard onside & got progressiively worse. 12 minutes before a foul "in his eyes" & carried that theme on by missing clear fouls & giving free kicks for nothing.


  • _arf_ Valentines this year, I wish I could come across one with 'orns and a tail!

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 100, February 14, 1891

  • Taurus wit [h] a Foot-Ball between [h] is [h] orns, is t [h] e Trift [h] ong;

    Magazine, or Animadversions on the English Spelling (1703)

  • With Mobile, Firefox Buys Into the Browser and S.orns Apps photo: Public Domain/The U.S. Army - Articles related to Microsoft exec takes audience where technologies meet


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