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  • noun obsolete, Scotland Plural form of poind.

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Examples

  • Now the States make over 2 billion poinds a year of this stuff.

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  • I see from the local press that these dropouts have racked up a bill of several thousand poinds worth of electricity, illegally, which we will all have to pay for.

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  • Now the States make over 2 billion poinds a year of this stuff.

    Lincoln logs

  • I see from the local press that these dropouts have racked up a bill of several thousand poinds worth of electricity, illegally, which we will all have to pay for.

    SATURDAY NIGHT OPEN THREAD...

  • The Property: 9 bedrooms, 10 baths, 5,285 square feet Notable: The lush tropical setting, bounded by banyan trees, includes meditation gardens with streams, waterfalls, ko poinds and an outdoor spa.

    Going Green Across the U.S.

  • I have tons of empty bottles, a bunch of mint and 25 poinds of sugar.

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  • The controls are a bit odd and take a while to get used to, and there's no way you'll get some of the words (poinds? really?) but it's still a fun game design.

    GayGamer.net

  • Lackey scored 122 poinds in six playoff games this season, including 23 Thursday.

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  • Now, as will pressantly be felt, there’s tew tricklesome poinds where our twain of doubling bicirculars, mating approxe-metely in their suite poi and poi, dunloop into eath the ocher.

    Finnegans Wake

  • That is equivalent to one quarter of annual US emissions -- or the first 75 poinds of flesh our fat man would shed on a diet. "

    The Breakthrough Institute

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