from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of trace.
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The need for traas-national co-operation and extra-territorial legislation was necessary in dealing with the problem.
"I obsarve a big lot of traas, some rocks, some water and a claarin 'where ye could raise a big lot of praties, and -- and -- and --"
Munfter, near the E, ooint of which are the ruins of Ardinttnant me very good land, but is intermixed with hirge traas of coarfe and unprofitable ground.
Topographia hibernica : or The topography ofIreland, antient and modern. Giving a complete view of the civil and ecclesiastical state of that kingdom; with its antiquities, natural curiosities, trade, manufactures, extent and population
aaron traas: "Even your craft bookmaker's "lower quality" bindings would cost astronomically more money than the $4-6 classics I can purchase today."