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Some mathematical things are included, not only bc. Some common sense reasoning or moral is also present bc. Being indispensable in such a book there is at the end a common index in Lat. This mixing may not seem very proper especially having in mind that the Eng. And my Urrh Whose name you may read in Eng. So, bon reading now. The latter means that here must be invented some ways for simulating of an index, and in it only the basic Lat.
So that let us say how it is made, what in some cases though not much denies what was said above The index here is simulated preceding the w. As a rule, in the normal case when there are no special charsthe indexed w. So this is treated in the following way: Ah, and one advice. OK, but having got a bit used to the book, I hope, you will find it very useful.
So that it is suitable to say at this point smt. But there is smt. So I hope you will not curse me, my dear reader or readeress I simply adore this w. I have not met it yet in a book, but I don't meet much Eng.
And it is an interesting thing with this w. Still, it is poss. And what is the proper one then? OK, the proper way is not to discard be- as prefix but to begin with the r.
Aside of this there are sim. Well, this is part of what can be said about So that here comes the heard Fr. All this is rel-d to Ger. From here one may go, if one likes it, to the Eng.
And do you know what their names mean bc. Well, this is easier to be observed in the Sl. In a wider sense this is not only the destroying but the life as a whole; still, some shaking or shoving stays put in the root.
In other ws, and this is a very important moment, there is not just the Creation, there is also the maintenance, everyday work; but there must also be the unavoidable destruction and one of the reasons for the wars, looking from psychological point of view, as some unconscious feeling, is that there is smt.
Ficke is given as pocket, but I hope all of the readers understand well what kind of pocket it might be it's also fem. From this fig in Rus. Such building is interesting though not unique for you, bc.
Мирский Христо. @9. Urrh, cum commentis (impressions on etymological canvas)
On the other hand this may be just some ending in Fr. Even if this is etym-cally questionable it may as well be the so called vulgar etymology, bc. But to return to the Lat. I derive one often used Rus. Nobody says this is so 2 bc. And not to forget also the I should add also your I personally don't believe in what is said that they were selling sacred currants from a coppice around some templebc.
Then, have you ever thought: And maybe or at least I think this is highly poss. There was a Lat. So that this r. Still, there are many slightly modified ws on the West like: Here has to be ment-d Ger. Particles are not exactly ws but here we have good rel-n to Ger. Well, and then I may cite o. But, did you get it: Galaxies, but let us not hurry up. The navel sounds better in Ger. Nebel a cloud, mistwhich is Lat. In the sense of native i. Hmm, we might have come to the birth but via the Ger.
Lehrerin, Arbeiterin, Bauerin, Professorin, etc. In this sense Fr. This reminds me to add here Rus. This "zoe" is rel-d I mean, it just has to be so, not that I have met this smw.
And even, I sup. Now, sp-ing about filling of the mouth and going around the r. On the 3rd hand why not? And on the 4th hand there is a Rus.
And your mother, too! The editor once sent her mother a Mother's Day card that said, "Happy day, you mother. Mom's dead now, so the editor will never know for sure.
To say you're going to show up and then not show up. You're just fake baken your self. We always cause trouble at the mall just to annoy them. Can also refer to people of non-Indian descent who are affiliated with fake Indians. Then you're just a fake Indian. A college professor who tried to befriend everyone in an ingratiating way, acting like their "fake uncle.
They're definitely cubic zirconias. Too bad she wears so much fake-up. This is typical fakestudism! Ohh, he's done a falcon. I birdied that five-par dogleg, but then bogied that stupid yard three. Ellsworth fale - Complexion shade that is fairer than tan yet darker than white.
Are you using a skin whitening agent? Possibly also spelled fallice. Anyone who spells phallus this way might well spell prepuce as precipice -- or cannon as canon.Aa Laut Ke Aaja Mere Meet .. by Rekha Raval
From Urbandictionary, as a noun: Seems logical to me. Did you fall into a Gap? OR I can't hang with you anymore. You're so funny I have bruises from my fallalotsy. We must be getting closer to Hollywood. Lawler falumnahoy - Interjection spoken by Johnny Carson when shocked. Following extended abrosia, the desiderium should be, I believe, the acquest of Pizze.
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Mid Falute legislative jargon: I move that, following such extended floor time without adjournment or conintuance, that we allocate funds immediately for the acquisition of a sufficient numbert of pizzas to quiet the pangs of all those present.
Ellsworth fam-damily - Meaning "family" -- "the whole damn family. Come on, it's time to go see Grams. We just saw the whole fam-damily 'round Christmas. Gathering of all your family members, usually holidays, used to show exasperation with the idea of having to deal with the whole clan.
Ridley famewhore - Someone so desperate for attention she's willing to prostitute herself to the media for a few minutes of pseudofame. I'd wager that most contestants are famewhores. Hat tip to Donald Kaul. The word bloody is incorporated into fantastic to emphasis a point.
Can be sarcastic or enthusiastic. I'd like to take his word for it, but he's a fan-child. Huening fan-freaking-tastic - Of something that was good at first and then turned horribly wrong.
I've not heard it being used elsewhere. Persons, either male or female, who are hopeless addicts or fans of something or someone -- distinctive traits usually being someone who is an outcast from society dorkobsessive about the object of interest to the point of scaring others, and recklessly stupid, yet humorous behavior. Though the term "fangirl" is often used to describe the female of the species, "fanboy" can be used to describe all people of this type. Neither "fanboy" nor "fangirl" would be acceptable to people of the type who spell "women" as "womyn.
How irresponsible is that? The term comes from the song sung in Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice, Act III Scene ii, where Bassanio has to select the correct box gold, silver, or lead in order to wed Portia, his lady love. Portia orders her musicians to sing so that even if Bassanio picks the wrong box, he may depart from her accompanied by song.
Rather obviously, the song begins "Tell me where is fancy bred, Or in the heart, or in the head? How begot, how nourished? When I taught my students this play in Freshman literature, I'd always finish the rhyme with a whispered "Choose the casket made of lead. Ellsworth fancyman island - If someone is on fancyman island, she is in a daze, on cloud nine, somewhat blissfully "out of it. From tacky s Scottish kids comedy show "The Krankies," in which a tiny woman pretended to be a schoolboy.
Still widely used in the UK.