from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To go over again; to repeat.
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"Arrah, now, what are ye thinking of?" demanded Tim impatiently; "if ye want to go to specylatin 'and' ifing, 'ye may refar to oursilves and say that if the spalpeens come down here wid Sitting Bull laading the same, and they sit fire to this ilegant risidence, what will become of us?"
So let me ask you guys on advertising because I think it's fair to say that many of your peers so far have come in below refar ph and advertising domestically, and it looks like soft scatter was kind of one of the reasons why.
"I doobt my company's no welcome the day, my leddy," said Malcolm with trembling voice; "but there's ae thing I maun refar till.
I wad be unco stray up yon'er, gien I had to gang my lane, an 'no you to refar till,' at kens the w'ys o 'the place. "