from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See Pasch.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See pasch.
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Pean enda kohuseks mainida ,et Raud-mees oli minuarust ainuke vaadatav asi härra Costello poolt toodud nimekirjast ülejäänu olid ikka valus pask, olen mingis meeltesegaduses nad kõik ära vaadanud ja mõne isegi kinos
The other guy he's involved with is Marty pask who manages a few bulldogs and was on our list at one stage.
And there made oure Lord his pask, [Footnote: Pascal feast] with his disciples.
Similarly to Martin Luther King motivated the public to explore and think pask racial segregation, so too
This would not have been possible if the Government did not take the stand to take the "bull by the horns" and take the LTTE to pask and fight hard to irradiate terrorism from this country forever.
I have yet to try with the first 3 so maybe one day when they are all out I'll give it a shot pask (10/9/2008 1: 42: 08 PM) these guys made one of the best films ever released out of the book nobody thought you could properly adapt to film. now with del toro on board as well, i can't see how they can do anything less than make a great [bloody long] film even greater [and longer]!