from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A plough.
- v. to stop, to refuse to go on (of an animal - example - donkey or a possum plays dead)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A plow.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A shorter form of sullow.
These windows would have one fixed piece of glass glazed in the wood frame, and the other panel was removable (called a sull sash) for cleaning - clips in and out - easy to remove.
Option to remove the sull sash (second layer of glass) in the rainy season, if you did not want to keep it clean.
“Individual and Community in the First Generation of the Epicurean School,” in SUZHTHSIS: Studi sull™ epicureismo greco e romano offerti a Marcello Gigante, Naples: Biblioteca della Parola del Passato, pp. Frischer, Bernard, 1982.
It's flouted the rule of law and smashed civil liberties after "sull (ying) the name and reputation of the United States Supreme Court" by using the Court's authority to seize power lawlessly and keep it.
Why No 3rd Party? by sull on June 20, 2008 - 2: 53pm
Penso che qualcuno possa chiedersi perché¬dopo aver adottato ipotesi macroscopiche e metaforici campi morfici, che sfidano la logica della causa-effetto e persino la freccia del tempo, io sia ripiegato, in questi due ultimi capitoli, sull?
Or just a phone that is technologically equal or better to the iPhone? reply sull
What is it exactly that you want to see when you are typing on an iPhone besides the keyboard and what you are typing? reply sull
If they do hobble that dent will be minimal. reply sull
Giovanni Scoto nel suo tempo: L™organizzazione del sapere in etÃ carolingia, Spoleto: Centro Italiano di Studi sull™Alto Medioevo.