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  • (Read 418 times) « Reply #60 on: Today at 07: 30: 00 AM » koini wani ndaitunda mamultiples waiti ndaisanakirwa here? saka tave kuda meter toita for old time sake toona kuti anotunda kakawanda how is that?

    Zimbabwe Telegraph and ZimDaily Forums

  • « Reply #61 on: Today at 07: 33: 23 AM » saka tave kuda meter toita for old time sake toona kuti anotunda kakawanda how is that? manje so! shuga iya yandinokanda is just icing on the cake zvekuti kunakirwa kwacho kutori pamberi peshuga. so we will have to look for strong meter other wise inoita malfunction don't you think

    Zimbabwe Telegraph and ZimDaily Forums

  • Many of you came on line and told us how you tave done some great things.

    Opportunities into Goals - SpouseBUZZ

  • Many of you came on line and told us how you tave done some great things.

    December 2008 - SpouseBUZZ

  • If there is a fairly dramatic warming or cooling trend (front passing through) at the site, a max or min temperature can be in error (for more than one day as you mentioned) due to TOB, but not necessarily biased ( the min can be cold biased [warm front] or the max can be warm biased [cold front]making tave just in error not necessarily biased).

    A Second Look at USHCN Classification « Climate Audit

  • Mr Mosia said a voting station, which was tave been set up at the Thobisong youth centre, did not exist.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • I only know that now, since we tave made up our minds to go, and fixed the day and hour, it is more like leaving my own country than anything else I've ever felt.

    A Foregone Conclusion

  • "I was able to stay in the middle with hit and it tave us a little cushion."

    Columnist: Stephen Miller

  • "I was able to stay in the middle with hit and it tave us a little cushion."

    Columnist: Stephen Miller

  • "I was able to stay in the middle with hit and it tave us a little cushion."

    Columnist: Stephen Miller

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  • To rage. --Provincial term from Lincolnshire.

    "Sick people are said to tave with their hands when they catch at any thing, or to wave their hands when they want the use of reason."

    May 17, 2011