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11-13-2007 @ 2:50PM
Vlad, next time you're wrong about something, you may not want to be so belligerent about it.Main Entry: porePronunciation: \ˈpȯr\ Function: intransitive verb Inflected Form(s): pored; por·ingEtymology: Middle English pourenDate: 13th century1 : to gaze intently2 : to read or study attentively —usually used with over3 : to reflect or meditate steadily
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