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- n. A bird in its first year
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A passenger; a bird or boat of passage.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of passenger.
- n. Same as passagère.
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What the President and the GOP should state of the passager or passagers who help to deleate this horrible thing and that they were heroes ..
Some kid hit us from the passager side and push us right into a phone pole.
We boarded a "sleeper train," my first experience on such a vehicle, which looks like a regular passager train from the outside, but inside is composed of 3-shelf bunk beds, just long and wide enough for the average Chinese.
Death hath not only particular stars in heaven, but malevolent places on earth, which single out our infirmities, and strike at our weaker parts; in which concern, passager and migrant birds have the great advantages, who are naturally constituted for distant habitations, whom no seas nor places limit, but in their appointed seasons will visit us from
Le dialogue interreligieux et interculturel entre chrétiens et musulmans ne peut pas se réduire à un choix passager.
Assis sur le siege passager avant de la voiture de severine je comate la tete appuyé au careau, legerement incliné pour lire les doc 'amassé au forum.
Mais bon apres tout je generai le passager c pas trop grave ...
"Oh, you are wasted among the mages, passager, " she crowed.
"Well, with pauses for refreshment, that opportunity you will have, passager, " she said, clearly very pleased with his reaction.
ÉCLAIR, _m. _, éclat subit et passager de lumière, causé par l'électricité des nuages.