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- n. Alternative spelling of sile.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A young herring (Clupea harengus).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete spelling of sile.
- n. A variant of sill.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
One of my favorite spicy cuisines is true Sichuan-syle Chinese food, which is characterized by its use of red fire oil (vegetable oil that is infused with red chile pepper essence) and the face-numbing Sichuan Peppercorn, also known as hua jiao (meaning flower pepper, as it resembles a tiny flower) or fagara.
Clinton ran on “ending welfare as we know it” – a very open-ended statement that could mean anything from 19th century-syle Social Darwinism to implementing Swedish style welfare state. colby Says:
I have never had the carnitas there, which are served either Michoacán syle and El Bajío style.
The body style is thw most outstanding body syle and the only body style that i like of any new truck.
Microsoft is working with partners including Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Samsung, Toshiba, and Sony on producing iPad-syle tablets
Birinci Akabe Bey'at ad verilen bu bey'atta bulunan sahbelerden Ubde b. es-Smit, hadiseyi syle anlatr:
The answer is no – so why are these bozzos in pointy hats (have you ever looked at their life syle – high) forcing their theories down our thoats.
It people like you who help people like “them” to help with syle and there home well got to go byee be back on tomorrow!!
Included are Oven "Fried" Chicken Fingers with Apricot Curry Dipping Sauce, (which uses buttermilk, Japanese-syle breadcrumbs, ground flaxseed and Multi-Bran Chex cereal), and Old-Fashioned Mac and Cheese made from whole-grain pasta, Benecol and skim milk.
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