(en-third-person singular of)
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2012, Robert Moore, ''Where the Gold is Buried, a legend of Old Fort Niagara'' ((ISBN)), page 137:
- "It's not two weeks yet," I reminded her, hoping that might somehow cheer her. ... "Tomorrow is two weeks," Ruth said in a distant voice, staring into the flames.
(n-g) when the semantic subject is a third-person plural.
(RQ:Shakespeare Love's Labour's Lost)
''remember to dot your i's''
ice (water in frozen form)
(nl-verb form of); is, equals
''Twaalf min drie is negen'' — ''twelve minus three equals nine''
- ''wil nə fatī xō mŭȧ, s dūŕc šē?''
- : (small) (l)
- :: Are the potatoes as good as he said?
- ''ə ʒēĺǵə, l̄aurīr ə gūǵə mūn, ńī h-ønn̥̄ ī s ə ʒēlgə š agń̥ə''
- :: The Irish used in Munster isn’t the same as our Irish.
(n-g), or substitutes syntactically fronted expressions
(Q)'urbīs' an 'urbēs'. Nam cum id genus sīs, quod videō, ut sine iactūrā tuā peccēs, nihil perdēs utrum dīxeris.|t=(..)'urbīs' or 'urbēs'. For as far as I can see, you're the kind of man who doesn't lose sleep over his mistakes; as such you'll lose nothing whichever one you use.
(senseid) ice (gloss):
A layer of frozen water as a surface.
An individual portion of ice.
That which is short-lived like ice.
(senseid) (inflection of)
if, as if it were true, it could be, is it really?, what do you mean by that?, so you say (non-gloss definition)
(q) (l), (l)
(q) (l) on a stick or cone.
the Legend of St Andrew
the runic character ᛁ (/i/ or /i:/)
- : It is in the person of Christ that I do that.
The runic character ᛁ (/i/ or /i:/)
- Se você pôs os pingos nos is e cortou os tês então pode fazer o que quiser!
- : If you've dotted your I's and crossed your T's, then you can do whatever you want!
(sco-third-person singular of)
Ice; a sheet of ice lying on a body of water.
(comparative of): lower
lower than, under