from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun a language spoken in Northeast India and adjacent regions of West Burma (Myanmar).
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- noun little known Kamarupan languages
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With this dollar anchor, the postwar Japanese miracle unfolded: From the early 1950s to 1971, GDP and l abor productivity in manufacturing began to grow by about 9% per year while growth in money wages was in excess of 10%, more than twice as high as in the U.S.
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"The Flintstones" - While Fred spends their savings on a new hair-brained scheme, Wilma secretly visits a Bedrock clinic to get an abor-stone.
While you say you abor the jingoism you appear to have no trouble believing that everything good and bad was invented in the USA.
August 21, 2008 at 9:06 am bottle of watter, nawt dat beeg a deel, eets the baseball season chuckleheads that spit sunflower seed shells awl abor da playce.
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When its not a culture for Malaysians to be tipping how can you expect the guy who just and pee and then tip the fella? the guy shold be very grateful if he only said thanks ... the guys is paid a monthly wage which i believe is within the abor law but those in wesern countries is paid very minimal and their real wage is very dependant on tipping ...
Don't want to get too far out there on abor -, ah, pro-life.
"[L] abor unions and their leaders are ... distorting the truth about the American workplace," wrote the editor.
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