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  • verb Present participle of fid.


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  • While all manner of other avant-garde films often had trouble fiding an audience whenever Anger's film was booked turn-away crowds were assured.

    10/15: Kenneth Anger shorts; September Ed Howard 2007

  • I, like the rest of the world, was shocked - especially, now that they're fiding out why it may have happened.

    carinosa34 Diary Entry carinosa34 2003

  • Forty eight hours after standing on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in front of a sea of faces, Michael and Carole Middleton were savouring the peace and quiet of their home in rural Berkshire, perusing the Sunday papers and even fiding time to mow the lawn. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph 2011

  • The point is, most of the scientists that are engaged in fiding the answer about the freake weather that has plagued this world don't, believe there is a GOD to who every single human being that ever lived in the face of this earth will give account.

    Clagnut summaries 2009

  • Im having alot of trouble fiding any info on the parrot.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en] 2009

  • They all have made some very damning lifestyle decisions, including key players that were suppose to help in fiding HaLeigh.

    Blogger News Network 2009

  • I said "fiding a rare book on a shelf in a bathroom" or "Finding a rare book written by Charles darwin in a cleaning room" best place in the world FOR that book .... on top of a crapper, forgotten about and collecting new and disgusting odors.

    Yahoo! Buzz US: Top Stories 2009

  • How many post in here are done by regular people at there computer, and how many are are written by right employee of Yahoo? interesting story ... but let's ruin it by starting a debate about evolution fiding a rare book on a shelf in a bathroom, please re read this

    Yahoo! Buzz US: Top Stories 2009

  • And his Grace was so pleased with his manner and conversation, that he frequently sat to take his wine with him after dinner; con - fiding to hkn the state of his private af - fairs, and the difficulties he was involved in by his own extravagances, and the rapa - city of the sycophants with whom he was too generally connected.

    the liberal critic or memoirs of henry percy conveying a correct estimate of the manners and ... thomas ashe 1812

  • A pack of foxhounds, con - fiding of twenty»three couple, belonging to of Merc* in this county, whofe lofs will be feverely felt by the poor of his pariftt.

    Sporting Magazine 1796


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