from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To beseech; supplicate; implore.
- v. To solicit, usually by begging; ask as alms; beg.
- v. To make supplication.
- v. To profit by or live on the gifts of others.
- v. To take alms.
- v. To crave; seek (a favour).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To beseech; supplicate; implore: especially, to ask as alms; beg. Compare thigger.
- To make supplication; specifically, to profit by or live on the gifts of others; take alms. See the quotation under sorn.
The thig is Flo I don1 ` t care if he is reformed or not.
Hey Sniffit, where were you when the Republican party spent millions of tax payer's money investigating and then impeaching President Clinton over this kind of thig?
I say pass on your pasta salad, thanks .. and as all uninspired pseudo designer of new art, he only look at the pay check .. and that kind of thig was too risky … as for his acting .. naaah, you need glasses.
Tue 11/24/09 5: 29 PM no people will occasionaly have a thought provoking article, or focus on something not celeb related-like the heros among us thig.
This is the best thig i've seen in days, true! hilton
They are afraid to do the right thig as they fear not getting re-elected and fear not getting millions in re-election funds from the big health insurace companies.
So I think that the policy issue is one thig, the reality of the troops on the group and the support that they need, the resources they need, is an immediate demand.
(I wonder if that “jig” part of “thig-ama-jig” will come back to haunt me.)
Guys, from all the exp. and readings I've ever come up with, the .308 Win, By saying this I mean the Cart. not the bullet, can do any thig the 06 can do up to and including the 150 gr.
I've never heard of Katie Couric or Brian williams doing a damned thig for wildlife!