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  • n. Plural form of wale.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wale.


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  • Daily Mail = Daily Scum comments: tally said ... but the lib/dems support and encourage nationalism in wales and scotland?

    Proof that the Daily Mail really is your Daily Scum

  • When a Welsh national or representative team, the vast majority of its players are born in wales, but more importantly they are playing for their country not their club - on those occasions the national anthem is entirely appropriate.

    Shall we sing a song for you?

  • From Duffy and Y Peth to Terfel and Only Men Allowed, wales is the true land of song.

    New Wales

  • Plaid Cymru's Parliamentary leader, Elfyn Llwyd, has responded accusing Flynn of being "out of touch" with life in wales:

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Entire communities in wales were left on the dole because those industries were engines that drove everything.

    A Fire Raging in Islington

  • A strong, durable pile fabric with lengthwise ridges of cut pile called wales.


  • i hope you have a lot of fun in wales. did you get sea-sick on the ferry?

    High-Tech Dispatch

  • The "wales" formed another singular feature of the vessel -- airtight boxes, projecting three feet from the side; their object was to make the vessel more buoyant, to enable her to carry more cargo, and prevent her rolling, but this last, in my opinion, was chiefly prevented by the size and position of the rudder.

    Under the Dragon Flag My Experiences in the Chino-Japanese War

  • Chalmers "wales" a psalm, in every sense of the word wail, to the most doleful of dismal tunes; they read a chapter round, and he prays.

    A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • Repent ye blasphemers, openly so that all who heard your tirade may hear you wales!

    A third 'C Street' Republican embroiled in sex scandal


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