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- n. Obsolete form of villain.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A villain.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of villain.
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The villan is pretty interesting, but the way that get rid of him (no spoilers here) is lame.
ooh- maybe the villan is the WORLD CHAMPION PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES?
At the end of DEEP STORM Child introduces at twist, a new kind of villan, but one that nevertheless fits in with the take-your-pick-lists above.
Why, I can hardly imagine how he stayed feather-headed long enough to take th 'villan's joolry.
I suppose this kind of villan chasing is necessary to get liberals to listen to what Ms Thernstrom is saying not that it’s working, as evidenced by some comments here.
Rogue is one of my all time favorite characters and, in the movie, she was robbed of everything that made her cool -- her history, for one, as a villan ... which is one of the things that made the romance between her and Magneto so cool in the comics.
His saying he's not interested in the job is the ONLY intelligent thing this villan has said in the last 10 years! geecee
Despite living on as a Titanic “villan” and a footnote in legal history, Lucy Duff Gordon is a powerful and unforgettable woman in history.
Why are prescription drugs and the companies that produce them always the villan?