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- n. painted bunting
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A spiritual father; specifically, the pope.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A spiritual father; a priest; specifically, the pope.
- n. An American finch of the genus Cyanospiza or Pesserina, C. or P. ciris. Also called nonpareil and incomparable. See cut at painted finch, under painted.
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jgn risau. takde pape akan berlaku. i just sign aje.
All these officers who didn't really like me, who saw me as an upstart, a 'pape' and a 'short-arse', would still come to help me because I was a police officer in need of back-up.
( 'pape' is Glasgow slang for a Catholic and/or the Pope).
Final Fantasy, Zelda, Resident Evil, and more pape ...
CAIR, along with 275,000 other nonprofit organizations nationwide, had a technical pape rwork issue related to past IRS filings — and like many other organizations, we were not notified in advance of the IRS' action, he said.
As for 'honesty' - the English nickname for "la monnaie du pape" - the seeds are completely visible through the transparent pods, so, the pods cannot hide anything ... hence, the air of honesty about them ...
The French nickname “la monnaie du pape” is amusing.
Hnatt pushed the 'pape away, and picked up the mail which had been delivered before dawn ... it had been some time since mailmen had crept out in daylight hours.
And when Richard pushes the 'pape aside and takes up his mail, we are clearly to accept as his own rumination that "it had been some time since mailmen crept out in daylight hours."
The pape rback edition of his latest book, "Perils of Dominance: Imbalance of Power and the Road to War in Vietnam", was published in 2006.