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  • The well-funded global warming denial industry would respond, and $mearing people is their standard method of attack.

    Dave Johnson and James Boyce: The Al Gore Lie Is Halfway Around The World And The Truth Is Sitting In Nashville

  • These bright elects, consentconsorted, they were waltzing up their willside with their princesome handsome angeline chiuff while in those wherebus there wont bears way (mearing unknown, a place where pigeons carry fire to seethe viands, a miry hill, belge end sore footh) oaths and screams and bawley groans with a belchybubhub and a hellabelow bedemmed and bediabbled the arimaining lucisphere.

    Finnegans Wake

  • He walked down where the shadow of the mearing was faint upon the road.

    Waysiders

  • He leapt from the mearing and walked out into the field, his hands this time gripping the lapels of his coat,

    Waysiders

  • As the days went by it seemed as if he was beginning to belong to some world out of sight and misty, that has for its mearing the colours that are beyond all other colours and the silences that are beyond all silences of this world.

    Stories of Red Hanrahan

  • Browne lived at Neale House, just over the border, in County Galway, so the gentlemen arranged to fight in a certain field near the mearing.

    The Lake

  • He went to the east mearing of the spacious lawn and struck the ball to the west.

    The Coming of Cuculain

  • Another had three lives dropped in a _lase_ for ever; another wanted a renewal; another a farm; another a house; and one _expected_ my lard would make his son an exciseman; and another that I would make him a policeman; and another was _racked, _ if I did not settle the _mearing_ between him and Corny Corkran; and half a hundred had given in

    Tales and Novels — Volume 04

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  • Hiberno-Eng. The boundary ditch or fence between two farms.

    April 29, 2013