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- v. To growl or snarl like a dog.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To growl or snarl as a dog.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See yar.
- n. The corn-spurry, Spergula arvensis. See spurry.
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Sharmi said ... hey Trupti, very sorry yarr, Komchili is my test blog. never realized that I didn't sign out of it. you must have had a shock looking at it.
But … I dislike my job (yarr for taking a boring but well paying job to save up for grad school) and lunch is the highlight of my work day!
Pieces-of-Eight and shouting out "yarr, matey!" may have gone the way of the Dodo, but piracy is still a real threat on the world's seas.
How yarr? u r well come heer, adn will fine mini gr8 peeps adn mushes laffins adn warm harts adn gud times.
I turned to the officer beside me and said "yarr, she be asking for an adjournment."
March 9, 2008 at 5:46 am yarr they can do you have a cat? coz if it neva looks all smug wen ytou pet it thn thers sumthin wrong with it
Both lions roared in front of the coach; a tiger's rasping yarr answered from behind it and almost instantly there were noises alongside the coach indicating that a lion and tiger were at grips; growls, snarls, more growls and more snarls, each choked off in the middle as it were, half swallowed and left unfinished.
Cool. dannyjack816 - 11-15 2008 keep up the good work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ayemy - 11-15 2008 yarr, very nice!
But that they are hiering this sherriff (hahahaha) to sue you guys, thats insane. yarr she blows
hey Lakshmi, Great work yarr! so many different tamil recipes all in one. can use as reference book. thank you so much for the lovely roundup. take rest!