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  • Taylor who resked theirs sto save mine on several occasions.

    We Listen – Your comments 3/30/2010

  • Davy, "said Mr. Boone, earnestly," you know that I come into Kaintuckee when it waren't nothin 'but wilderness, and resked my life time and again.

    The Crossing

  • Though they mintioned th 'fact that I resked death f'r me adopted fatherland, they'd make th' more intherestin 'story about th' time I almost met it be fallin 'down stairs while runnin' away fr'm a polisman.

    Mr. Dooley Says

  • Sorry Mudflatters, but I can't quite get off this kick that somehow McCain was being interviewed by Couric this morning, saw the Palin interview and then proceeded this afternoon to try and resked not only his debate but the VP debate as well. News

  • The woman o 'he she were bawlin' terrible fer us to go an 'fetch yer, an' we resked it, but now 'tain't no use, for there ain't no boat could ever get out o' th 'cove an' live. "

    Sweetapple Cove


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  • "Resked" is typically used to mean "reschedule". For example, "The 3:00 meeting has been resked. It will now be held next Friday at 2:00"

    January 13, 2011