from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A hard silicious stone; flint.
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- noun A piece of
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- noun pebbles of flint used in masonry construction
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I actually thought this was a badly coloured version of wilma flintstone.
They already ruined speed racer, The flintstone, Scooby, Alvin and chip …, transformer.
You've always got the BMX style shoejam or fred flintstone stop as a last resort once you run out of mechanical brakes, so in my view having a "backup" brake is nice but not crucially important.
Ambiguity: Mixed Messages and Style Overlap BikeSnobNYC 2009
Either are better options than creating more work for yourself. fred flintstone Says:
I have flintstone feet and nothing "open" works with me.
Ai iz nawt so sof… suph… ai think uv fred flintstone insted…
Maybe if I watch the hideo a few more times and just focus on his flintstone furry jacket enough they will come to me…
An augur, by divine permission, divides a large flintstone with a razor.
If I could see the world through rose-colored glasses and not trip over my flintstone feet, I'd probably do a lot more skipping.
if and only if... impetuousme 2006
And men cut the branches with a sharp flintstone, or with a sharp bone, when men will go to cut them; for whoso cut them with iron, it would destroy his virtue and his nature.