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  • producers sniffing around to secure rights to their stories. 2008, Barbara Walters, Audition: A Memoir, page 534: Strangely enough Monica had been having
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  • German: Barbar Icelandic: barbari m Latin: barbarus m / barbara f Portuguese: bárbaro m / bárbara f Russian: варвар m ‎(várvar) βάρβᾰρος in Liddell & Scott
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  • engaged in a conversation, an interlocutor. 1905, George Bernard Shaw, Major Barbara, Act I: Lady Britomart is . . . well mannered and yet appallingly outspoken
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  • cuddler ‎(plural cuddlers) Someone or something cuddly, who cuddles. 1993, Barbara Delinsky - More Than Friends - Page 60 Zoe was a cuddler. Annie swore she
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  • have other titles, but they would sound harsh in an Eastern ear. 1998 Barbara Vine ( Ruth Rendell ): The Chimney Sweeper's Boy. ISBN 0670879274 page
    3 KB (352 words) - 14:25, 26 April 2016
  • with the hammer.) (euphemistic) To kill. They’re coming to get you, Barbara. In dialects featuring the past participle gotten, the form "gotten"
    30 KB (1,872 words) - 20:14, 21 July 2016
  • Paul Limited, page 1,013 ^ Lucian, Verae Historiae 2.20, cited and tr. Barbara Graziosi‚Inventing Homer: The Early Reception of Epic, Cambridge University
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  • costs." ¶ "Your catlap, then. […] " 1907, George Bernard Shaw, Major Barbara, Act II, [3] I suppose you think I come here to beg from you, like this
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  • University of Washington Press, ISBN 978-0-295-97800-0, page 75: In St. Barbara in Khé, a thirteenth-century Georgian church, the Mandylion is painted
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  • deviance, such as the "blue flu" or "cooping." 2015, Steven V. Gilbert; Barbara A. Gilbert, Police Corruption in the NYPD: From Knapp to Mollen, Boca
    27 KB (3,346 words) - 13:40, 22 July 2016
  • piano and guitar into the bargain, for healthful breakfasts [...] 1992, Barbara Jean Monroe, Mother wit: American women's literary humor Instead, Bettina
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