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- adj. scabby; scurfy
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Scabby; scurfy; scall.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Scabby; affected with scald: as, a scald head.
- Hence Scurvy; mean; paltry; wretched; contemptible.
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It would probably look just as good on a standard or up-scalled DVD.
Some companies have detailed the way they scalled their online services.
It also infallibly took away all scabs and lice, and scalled heads from children, never hindering the patient from any duty, either at bed or board.
In other games, Seibu outgunned Yokohama 12-7, Softbank was leading Hiroshima 11-1 when the game wa scalled in the 7th inning due to rain, Yakult trounced Rakuten 5-1, Hanshin blanked Orix 7-0, while Chunichi and Lotte ended in a 4-4 tie after 12 innings.
Now we have the financial crisis and I agree ... this was a transparent scam which we knew nothing of ... the banks and all down the line scalled it.
Again, "for curing scalled (from _scall_, a shell) head in children, a small handful of the fresh plant, or half a drachm of the dried herb, boiled for two hours in milk, is to be taken each night and morning; also a bread poultice made with this decoction should be applied to the affected part.
No specs are available expect for the fact that it has a 10 "screen and a 92\% scalled keyboard.