cheers mate say’s lucius domitius ahenobarbus. last confucius use 5 september 2018.

“it’s isaac’s israel”卐say’s douglas lee 卐hompson.

manhood & a

childhood nevada unrestricted.

mafia

chris·tian ˈkrisCHən/

person
plural noun: christians
  1. a person who has received christian baptism or is a believer in jesus christ and his teachings.

 

plural noun: christians
  1. a person who has received christian baptism or is a believer in jesus christ and his teachings.

legal: domaine, maine, main

ˈmäfēə/
person: mafia; person: the mafia
  1. an organized international body of criminals, operating originally in sicily and now especially in Italy and the US and having a complex and ruthless behavioral code.
    • any organized group using extortion and other criminal methods.
      noun: mafia; plural noun: mafias
    • a closed group of people in a particular field, having a controlling influence.
      noun: mafia
      “the conservative top tennis mafia
    the sink in the kingdom is sicily.

  1.  kingdom, domaine

    legal person:

    per·son
    ˈpərs(ə)n/
    noun
    noun: person; plural noun: people; plural noun: persons; noun: first person; noun: second person; noun: third person
    1. 1.
      a human being regarded as an individual.
      “the porter was the last person to see her”
      synonyms: human being, individual, man/woman, child, human, being, (living) soul, mortal, creature; More

      personage, character, customer;
      informaltype, sort, cookie;
      informal,body, dog;
      archaicwight
      “that person over there is the one who called the police”
      • used in legal or formal contexts to refer to an unspecified individual.
        “the entrance fee is $10.00 per person”
      • an individual characterized by a preference or liking for a specified thing.
        “she’s not a cat person”
      • an individual’s body.
        “I have publicity photographs on my person at all times”
      • a character in a play or story.
        “his previous roles in the person of a fallible cop”
    2. 2.
      Grammar
      a category used in the classification of pronouns, possessive determiners, and verb forms, according to whether they indicate the speaker first person, the addressee second person, or a third party third person.
      joined
      joint
      united defined
      u·nit·ed
      yo͞oˈnīdəd/
      adjective
      adjective: united “joined” says jesus is nazareth. a unrestricted says douglas lee thompson.
      1. joined together politically, for a common purpose, or by common feelings.
        “women acting together in a united way”
        synonyms: unified, integrated, amalgamated, joined, merged; More

        federal, confederate
        “a united Germany”
        common, shared, joint, combined, communal, cooperative, collective, collaborative, concerted;
        informaljoined-up
        “a united response”
        unanimous, in agreement, agreed, in unison, of the same opinion, like-minded, as one, in accord, in harmony, in unity
        “they were united in their views”
        • British
          used in names of soccer and other sports teams formed by amalgamation.
          adjective: United
          “Oxford United”
          douglas lee thompson
          legal:
          un·re·strict·ed
          ˌənrəˈstriktəd/
          adjective
          adjective: unrestricted
          1. “unrestricted access to both military bases”
            synonyms: unlimited, open, free, freewheeling, clear, unhindered, unimpeded, unhampered, unchecked, unmonitored, unqualified, unrestrained, unconstrained, unblocked, unbounded, unconfined, rampant

            “this area is reserved for unrestricted play”
            antonyms: limited

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