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- n. Plural form of sheat.
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Both sheats abaft do hale straitway and boleins all let go.
I was just thinking, Why don’t “I-RIGHT-I” goe and right home and bring that Tranvestite “mighty aphrodite” with him, pull the sheats over their KK looser heads and start vakuum blowing each other senseless???
I was just thinking, Why donâ€ ™ t â€œI-RIGHT-Iâ€ goe and right home and bring that Transvestite â€œmighty aphroditeâ€ with him, pull the sheats over their KK-Kind’a looser heads and start vakuume blowing each other senseless???
1 First, the one halfe of the windes of the compasse might bring them by the Northwest, bearing alwayes betweene two sheats, with which kind of sayling the Indians are onely acquainted, not hauing any vse of a bow line, or quarter winde, without the which no ship can possibly come either by the
"Ah ha, I zees you vell, how you runs de goat shleeve down mit de gards and sheats dat boor poy vat ish blay mit you.