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GUNSMOKE - "Nautical Slang"
track 1 off LITTLE SHIELDS (2007) --------------------------------------------------- Start the day with a blank page in my mind Until the colors run and the...
In Nautical Slang, the Sea Cow - Spring Break Destin, FL 2012
They're our rivals.
How to Pronounce Manavelin
Can we reach 1 Like? Watch video to the end :) manavelins /məˈnævəlɪnz/ [muh-nav-uh-linz] plural noun, Nautical Slang. miscellaneous pieces of gear and mater...
How to Pronounce Wonkish
Can we reach 1 Like? Watch video to the end :) wonk /wɒŋk/ [wongk] noun, Slang. 1.a student who spends much time studying and has little or no social life; g...
Arden-Ohman Orch. - Hallelujah, 1927
Phil OHMAN and Victor ARDEN with Their Orchestra -- Hallelujah, Fox Trot with Vocal Chorus from "Hit the Deck" (Robin, Grey, Youmans) Brunswick 1927 (USA) NO...
How to Pronounce Matelot
Learn how to say Matelot correctly with EmmaSaying's "how do you pronounce" free tutorials. Definition of matelot (oxford dictionary): noun British informal ...
How to Pronounce Scooted
Can we reach 2 Likes? Watch video to the end :) Video by http://www.PronounceDaily.com [skoot] /skut/ IPA Syllables Word Origin verb (used without object) 1....
How to Pronounce Burgoo
Can we reach 1 Like? Watch video to the end :) World English Dictionary burgoo (ˈbɜːɡuː, bɜːˈɡuː) , pl -goos 1.slang nautical porridge 2.(Southern US) a.a th...
How to Pronounce Going For A Burton
Can we reach 1 Like? Watch video to the end :) burton2 /ˈbɜrtn/ [bur-tn] Verb phrases go for a burton, British Slang.a.to be lost, missing, or destroyed. b.t...
How to Pronounce Play Have Full Deck
Can we reach 1 Like? Watch video to the end :) deck /dɛk/ [dek] noun, 1.Nautical.a.a floorlike surface wholly or partially occupying one level of a hull, sup...
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