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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.

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  • Some companies have detailed the way they scalled their online services.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • No specs are available expect for the fact that it has a 10 "screen and a 92\% scalled keyboard.

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