sinse


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sinse

A regional Spanish term for marijuana.
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In February last year, Khan Sopori was arrested by Sopore police and sinse then he remains in detention and in the meantime he has been booked under the PSA three times.
The narrator's grandmother relates to him a sinse taryeong, a traditional Korean storytelling method in which the story-tellers recites adverse events from life in a rhythm of lament.
Other nominees up against Ellis include "Scorpion" actor Elyes Gabel, "Shades of Blue" star Ray Liotta, Chris O'Donnell, James Spades, LL Cool J, Scott Bakula, Donnie Wahlberg, Mark Harmon, Joe Mantegna, Tom Selleck, Morris Chestnut, Gary Sinse, Johnny Lee Miller and more.
Abu iteni olodo kan o terere Abu iteni olodo kan o tarara Odo to san wereke O deyinkule Olufe a dokun O deyinkule Olufe a dabata Onipele won ko gbodo bu mu Alabaja won ko gbodo bu sinse Ogede onisoboro ni yoo pon omi odo naa gbe Mo debe mo bu boju Mo debe mo bu sinse Abu ni mi Omo Sooko To b'Ooni tan Abu iteni the owner of a river that is zealous Abu iteni the owner of a river that is straight The water that flows systematically It turns to beach at the back of Olufe's house It turns to marshy place at the back of Olufe's house A person with facial marks should not drink A person with facial marks shall use it to wash his legs Only those without facial marks shall use it I got there I wash my face I got there I wash my legs I am Abu Sooko's child That is related to Ooni
This list of possibly Romanian words is indirectly explained by Joyce himself in the following collage of statements--all chosen from page 83, lines 10-25 of the book: "Marx my word: this is nat language at any sinse of the world.
in the Nichtian glossery which purveys aprioric roots for apostriorious tongues this is nat language in any sinse of the world.
This has been the cause of a serious crisis that affects Bambouti sinse many years
The Wake takes this prescription and runs it into an apparent description of Wake-language: "the Nichtian glossery which purveys aprioric roots for aposteriorious tongues this is flat language at any sinse of the world" (83.