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  • Give me a break. this is pure racism and don't come yealing at me.

    Obama: Wright is 'free to speak his mind'

  • "It still seems like it's not true," Nancy Curtner said of the brown yealing, which had never raced.

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  • To keep indians in a good humour you must not fatiegue them with too much business at one time. therefore after the council we gave them to eat and amused them a while by shewing them such articles as we thought would be entertaining to them, and then renewed our enquiries with rispect to the country. the information we derived was only a repetition of that they had given me before and in which they appeared to be so candid that I could not avoid yealing confidence to what they had said.

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806

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  • -noun
    a person of the same age.

    June 9, 2009