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Old June 29th, 2018, 05:02 PM
—Keith Hale—
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Default [Dixonary]: Round 2904 disjune VOTING LIST!

With a bumper crop of 13 fakes and a real - here is your voting list!

You may vote even if you are brand new to the game, please vote early and
often (but only two defs total) by the voting deadline which i declare as
being 6AM (06:00) Sunday: 9 February 2018 C.E.: US Central Time Zone
(Texas, yee-haw!) or the corresponding time in your local time zone.

Any formatting woes or typos are on me, not the defs in the list.

If, upon perusing the list you are sure that you can see the real
definition, PLEASE do not vote - OR hit "Reply" at all. Instead,
please send me a private email to [ thoughtstorms (AT) gmail (DOT) com
<https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/h/1nyn2s2450dz3/?&cs=wh&v=b&to=thoughtstorms (AT) gmail (DOT) com>
] telling
me that you have to disqualify yourself. Keeps it fair, and hopefully
won't happen much.

1> Piled in a disorderly manner.
2> [Law] A petition by a defendant to have separate trials for each offense
of which he or she is accused.
3> Not interesting; dull.
4> To feign an action; perpetrate a hoax on; nonsense, rubbish.
5> [Mil. Hist.] To harass or disrupt an enemy’s lines of communication.
6> In Law, a motion to separate each claim within a brief into a separate
and distinct cause of action. (Lat. disjuno, -are , to separate or
7> Extremely delicate or refined.
8> The last day of June.
9> A rustic wash bowl, usually a small hollowed out log.
10> [Scot. Obsolete.] Breakfast.
11> To dissolve the marriage contract of, either wholly or partially; to
separate by divorce.
12> Uncommitted; unrelated
13> Disfigured, marred, deflowered, or aged prematurely; to cause to be
affected in that manner.
14> A set of lines forming an asymptote to a curve.

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