commot


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commot

(ˈkʌmət)
n
(in medieval Wales) a division of land, usually consisting of around 30 to 50 small villages
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Bitto [is a] voice over artist, una send am commot,' he said in the video.
Angel wey dey sing anyhow, una send am commot. Una no even pity say the hair for his head dey start for middle, una send am commot.'
Text 29: "I am tell you woman for the last time to commot my road" ...
A grower of turnips or a shaper of clay, a Commot farmer or a king--every man is a hero if he strives more for others than for himself alone.
I stayed there, in a daze, until someone shouted at, "You no go commot for there?
Chairman, you sabi waka o We look for you from Tokyo to New York In Bulgaria, dem say you just commot Your executive jet pass us for Argentina Chairman, dis meeting go hot o Your directors don chop all we money While you dey shake hands with kings and presidents Your business partners don shake de treasury loose ...