from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb obsolete Certainly; surely; truly; verily; -- originally an oath.
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September 24th, 2007 at 10: 55 am bueno para empezar mi nombre es dadiel yo soy de la parde de mexico de tuxtla gutierrez chiapas bueno soy barista pero estoy a prendiendo hacer arte latte para los concurso que emos tenido aca en mexico todo los dibujos estan padres. saludos desde chiapas
And even taking your extremely rosy interpretation of events, do you really think it warrants a parde of Labour voices congratulating the goverment on their "direct and postive action"?
Of every ordre som shrewe is, parde;  that, in the education of children, parents should be careful not to treat them too soon as men; if one takes them to merry-makings before time, they become "to sone rype and bold, ... which is ful perilous."
khakh pe noor ki murad ko ali kehte hain bebadanzaat ki surat ko ali kehte hain humse meraj ke parde ki kahani to suno hum to allah ki zaroorat ko ali kehte hain sent to me by habib nassar
No PNE parde, no indy racing, no New Years fireworks, no smoking at beaches/parks, no skateboarding etc, … what’s next?
«ild Rocks, that that Night the Mariners durft not Jeo - parde to take the Sea, but lay ftill at Anchor about thcj ieyd We, and ther he and his company vowed gret Pit grimages that God wuld ceafe the Tempeft, and fend a fair and large wind.