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- interj. hurry; run
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- interj. Hurry; run.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A word used by Shakspere with uncertain and disputed meaning.
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Only @the_dre was in favour of me doing it; @sessa, @laurakim123 and @shahil were all rallying behind my keeping the account.
Therefore paucas pallabris; let the world slide: sessa!
It stated that mgmt closed it down. refreshing to see sessa get some homepage real estate.
In a time when spaghetti-string vocalists who can barely master choreography (hello, Britney Spears) can sell out concerts, and bimbos like Paris Hilton and Heidi Montag can get the green light to record an album, it is refreshing to see Beyonce give you the total package. sessa, i have much love for you, but the mention of this concert is kind of weak. you are better than this.
"cycling" sessa @SirDyl For me it would be cool for sports, but i'd rather watch soapies on the box. @jadedsantos makes a good point though.