from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A hard knock.
- n. A pestle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A blow or thump.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A thump or blow.
- n. An obsolete spelling of poult.
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Macheavelian polt by Imigration and DOH to rid manhattan of migrant workers and provide cheap protein to the masses?
Joe is hard one to understand maybe he just has probelm which a lotta polt. have has mouth running with his brain in neutral which a lotta them are not real honest Joe seem be fairly honest and people are always picking Joe that by way kudo to George Jetson the picture Obama and company i think that fit them perfectly
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The temperature polt for the Northern Polar region is here .
In this way you could get an actual polt with a correlation which would show if there was an intrinsic bias in reconstructing histories?
What buffoonery that Vulcan is not guilty of, while one with his polt-foot, another with his smutched muzzle, another with his impertinencies, he makes sport for the rest of the gods?
You see I had to bring him a pretty good polt, so as to lay him flat, else he might ha' found it all out, the good-for-nothing son-of-a-gun, to go to sarve a warrant on an old man, just for speaking his mind in meeting.
"I should know the place, sir," he said, "for I got a hawful polt o 'the side of the head somewheres about here; and -- ah! this here's right, for there's another little keg o' spirits."
"Good polt on the head with a club settles them, though, soon enough."