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- n. Plural form of sike.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sike.
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The LRB is unlikely to find another writer who remembers Zeppelins in the sikes over London.
BARDH, or poet; then his BLADIER, or orator, to make harangues to the great folks whom he visits; then his GILLY-MORE, or armour-bearer, to carry his sword and target, and his gun; then his GILLY CASFLIUCH, who carries him on his back through the sikes and brooks; then his
The money pays for utilities, grounds and pool maintenance, repairs, regular cleaning and upgrades, like the newly added towering wood entry doors and new windows along the back of the house. angel writes: tear down the sikes, keep the harvey.
b.sikes: I'm not deeply troubled by it personally -- even considering what a social liability it is here in Madison.
b.sikes: for the same reason that I don't use the expression "barking moonbat": I want debate among reasonable people who can speak to each other.
Cum'ttee. for the Second Parish In Groton in The County of Middle sikes.
o 'their folk at the Miry-sikes; and there this chield, Gabriel