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Noun1.Ull - (Norse mythology) one of the Aesir known for his beauty and skill with bow and skis; son of Sif and stepson of Thor
Norse mythology - the mythology of Scandinavia (shared in part by Britain and Germany) until the establishment of Christianity
Norse deity - a deity worshipped by the ancient Norsemen
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But I don' know what Parson Irwine 'ull say at his gran' favright Adam Bede a-turnin' Methody."
The very grindstone 'ull go on turning a bit after you loose it."
Miss Mary's i' th' house, and Mester Burge 'ull be back anon; he'd be glad t' ha' ye to supper wi'm, I'll be's warrand."
Folks 'ull think it's a judgment on me as I've got such a child,--they'll think I've done summat wicked."
Master Tom 'ull know better nor buy such things another time.
'Lady vants to know vether nothin' 'ull do you good.'
We, if the piebald stands at livery much longer, he'll stand at nothin' as we go back, and p'raps that 'ere harm-cheer 'ull be tipped over into some hedge or another, with the shepherd in it.'
'It 'ull hold him easy, vith his hat and shoes on, and breathe through the legs, vich his holler.
'Wonders 'ull never cease,' added Sam, speaking to himself.
But what I vote is, as two of the sensiblest o' the company should go with you to Master Kench, the constable's--he's ill i' bed, I know that much--and get him to appoint one of us his deppity; for that's the law, and I don't think anybody 'ull take upon him to contradick me there.
The motivation of this paper is that, we propose a joint buffer and bandwidth management scheme to further reduce queuing delays for ULL flows in a fixed purpose IoT-based ULL service scenario, such as smart homing, smart factory and smart stadium.