quey

Related to quey: nary, allegedly, we're, Quays

quey

(kweɪ)
n
(Animals) Scot and Irish and English a young cow
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Last night I saw a sorry sight-- Nought left me, o' four-and-twenty gude ousen (49) and ky, My weel-ridden gelding, and a white quey, (50) But a toom (51) byre and a wide, And the twelve nogs (52) on ilka side.
Las supuestas ganancias pueden ser aparentes si solo pueden generar procesos de discusion sobre el como de la practica educativa, sin capacidad de decision sobre los quey los hacia donde, que tienen que ser aceptados, o sin capacidad de intervencion sobre las condiciones en las que transcurre la escolaridad.
A few readers were skeptical survivalists, including Sabella Quey who wrote, "Anyone 'hunkering down' in a shelter somewhere thinking the world is going to come to an end is a moron.
The quey rate is largely bounded by the number of names available for the attacks.
ICONIC A Vespa on the walkway of Salo''s Quey, Lake Garda.
Nino il mijor quey logrado Alma mia mi songuito Por lo mucho qui te quiero Mis amores tey trajido Ay jisos qui lindo Mi nino lo esta Ay jisos mi Padre Mi Dios achalay
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Quey estan creciendo, gloria a Dios y todos nos alegramos.
Melanie Roberts (St Davids HSl) finished in fourth place, while Helen Galashan (Liverpool Community College) was seventh and Charlotte Cosgrove (Connah's Quey High School)14th.