from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A nickname for a Boer.
- noun The magpie.
- noun The water-ouzel or water-piet, Cinclus aquaticus: so called from the party-colored plumage.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun Scot., Prov.Eng., Prov.Eng. The dipper, or water ouzel.
- noun Prov.Eng. The magpie.
- noun (Zoöl.), [Prov.Eng.] the European jay.
- noun (Zoöl.), [Prov.Eng.] the oyster catcher.
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- noun The
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Still less were we in Roberts's position, of being very (if rather vulgarly) rich to start with, but making ourselves even more so by churning out any old rubbish to please the then-ascendant neocons, secure in the knowledge that, having no need to work, we were unsackable, unlike academic historians. piet pompies
Is it offensive that piet is turkish, gypsy or african?
Light shone through what seemed at first glance to be a thin cloak laid across Susan Parkers arms, but which Mickey knew to be her own skin, pulled back to complete the macabre piet.
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"_Grotovey, Grotovey; piet minute_" said the man, producing the ready prepared irons from one pocket and a hammer and nails from another.
It seems to them to be too narrowly focused on piet...
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And maybe this stage of SA's history will be define, in the distant future, as 'diehtrapa'. piet Pompies on April 2, 2010, 5: 54 pm
I was still undecided between the DA and COPE, but piet just made my mind up for me.
He should be on the side of the law here, instead of calling South Africans 'negative' because we want to see a crook in jail! ... or am I missing something? piet pompies on March 14, 2009, 2: 06 pm The Social Justice Coalition note 2 incredibly important things: