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- n. Alternative form of pasha.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See pasha.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See pasha.
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Blackberry pashaw, get him an iPhone. then he can play Doppler Radar weatherman, Google the nearest espresso bar, pinpoint more or less his location, get directions home, snap photos of cones of smugness and write his posts all from one device.
I was ready to ask, what kind of interactive blog that was, so I didn't get one.....but then with my specs on I was completely disheartened to discover that you said facilitate...oh pashaw!
You must have been a sultan or a pashaw or something in some previous incarnation.
Thus we had, in Philadelphia, the pashaw of one tail, of two, and of three tails, or, what was the same thing, one tale as large as three, and some of our chief belles took so many degrees that their identity was lost, and they were completely swallowed up in the type of their glory.
They are characterized by the rapidity of their early conquests, by the immense extent of the dominions comprised in them, by the establishment of a satrap or pashaw system of governing the provinces, by an invariable and speedy degeneracy in the princes of the royal house, the effeminate nurslings of the seraglio succeeding to the warrior sovereigns reared in the camp, and by the internal anarchy and insurrections which indicate and accelerate the decline and fall of these unwieldy and ill-organized fabrics of power.