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- v. To howl.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To howl.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as waul.
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If Captain Qerru" woul" be willing to assign one of her own to accompany and guide the visitor during his stay on Jast, we believe this would be sufficient to allay any concerns of the relevant governmental agencies.
If waiting 3 days in an emergency ward after an ambualnce ride, or 9 months for an MRI, or mamogram, or having your Doctor telling you that had you been living in the US the heart attack you experienced woul never have come to pass in the US then go for it.
Thu 11/12/09 1: 45 PM hell ya … Rufus and V that woul dbe cool …. .let Lilly mess up and teh R-man can take V for a ride on the 90′s train evey watch how those two look at each other sometimes …. hmmmm is it the characters or the actors?
I wonder how well these talks woul dbe going if Idi Amin were still President.
Had the dems not brought up the topic, Mcain and Palin woul dbe happy to discuss keeping us in Iraq at the cost of American lifes and treasure.
Yes my bullet is big enough, as Clay woul say bang flop every time.
The song woul have been enough for me to join in!! on January 26, 2010 at 8: 04 pm Rural Traffic Cop
Between five and seven Brooklyn library branches are now on the chopping block – down from 16 that Brooklyn Public Library officials warned woul […] Steven
Alright, many of you woul classify this RyanAir move as “cheap”.
Surely they woul need 60 senators like everything else.