from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The act of retarding or delaying; retardation.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete The act of retarding, or delaying; retardation.
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- noun obsolete The act of
slowingor delaying; retardation.
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Fek, I done read that there and I dint notice no dang differnce in my level of tardation.
No I did not forget but I HAVE heard him speak and that is the slight 'tardation from which I speak.
And in Britney's case, when you have a family tree that doesn't fork and relatives thrangled with a touch of 'tardation ... you might want to put the Strawberry Hill, Boone's, and moonshine down for nine months.
Ladies, there's your future breeding stock helping to spread the 'tardation.
In London it appears, that there is a re* tardation of the decreafe in the probabilities
“ “ “, 2002, “Caring for the Vulnerable by Caring for the Caregiver: the Case of M.ntal R.tardation”, in R. R.odes, M. Battin and A. Silvers (eds.), Health Care and Distributive Justice, 290 “ 300, Oxford: Oxford University Press.