from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The officer of a manor whose duty it was to impound stray cattle.
- noun Same as
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete One who impounds; a poundkeeper.
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- noun obsolete One who
impounds; a poundkeeper.
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Comments (5) pinder: is it true that The National are now opening the shows for CYHSY? that's kinda sad.
For the rest of year we keep the government in the cellar. marie pinder
Comments (16) pinder: that Kaada & Patton album is a nice album that's underrated. also the songs on the new Fantomas album are named after each day in April 2005, 04/01/05 and so on ...
June 29, 2005 14: 04 pinder: wow, i thought Out Hud was a lock for worst album cover of the year, but clearly there's a new front runner.
June 27, 2005 19: 05 pinder: wow, didn't know so many people were disappointed with the first album. i thought it was a fun, catchy summer album. nothing spectacular, but not disagreeable.
December 12, 2005 22: 57 pinder: such a great album, i envy those who are listening to it for the first time just now. wait till you get to the utter glee that is Penitentiary Bound.
William Scadlock, (Scathelock or Scarlet;) George a Green, pinder, (or pound-keeper;) of Wakefield; Much, a miller's son; and a certain monk or friar, named Tuck.
Pinder's Balk, which the pinder cultivated for his own profit.
I am not able to bring upon the stage, a mayor and a group of aldermen, dressed in antique scarlet, bordered with fur, drawing a train of attendants; the meanest of which, even the pinder, is badged with silver: Nor treat my guest with a band of music, in scarlet cloaks with broad laces.
- Cardinals announcer Jack Buck, calling the final out on KMOX/St. Louis radio. yours truly invoked the powers of the lucy pinder rally. i think that worked well