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- adjective obsolete Impatient.
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- adjective Obsolete form of
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Yup, I've been reading this one since the beginning and for an unpatient soul like myself, that has not been easy.
The men are awkard and contrairy mostly, God help em; but when the drinks out of em, they arent unsensible, though theyre bad for leeching and bandagingso fiery and unpatient.
The men are awk'ard and contrairy mostly, God help 'em -- but when the drink's out of 'em, they aren't unsensible, though they're bad for leeching and bandaging -- so fiery and unpatient.
Thank you very much, i’m really unpatient to read the new book (hole russian ecommerce will allow to ship the book To EU)
Anonymous: i went to cast my vote 2day as it was the second time @ mpumalanga under thembisile municipality voting station mthunzini sec school, the iec officials were rude there and very unpatient, and unacceptable that it was teachers who works there who where the officials hence they have per jobs why iec couldnt employ matriculants who currently not working at the moment to atleast make money for themselves, please next time i suggest that they should hire unemployed people coz this teachers they have no patience they sit & chit chat drinking coffee having lunch while there's a que
'em -- but when the drink's out of 'em, they aren't unsensible, though they're bad for leeching and bandaging -- so fiery and unpatient.
i dont care how unpatient you are for the game so stop posting those comments.
But if I can't get him just now -- and I'm not going to be unpatient -- I want Connie, 'cos she understands. "