wyte


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wyte

(waɪt)
n
1. responsibility for wrongdoing; blame
2. a penalty, torment, or punishment
3. an infraction or offence
vb
(tr) to blame
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They're sure to get wind of ye, sure to seek ye, and by my way of it, sure to lay on ye the wyte of this day's accident.
Now it is to wyte why the holy ghost more appered in to liknesse of tongis rather than in ony other party of mannys body why he come to hem sitting rather thenne stondyng / As to the first / this is the cause / a tonge is the beste membre of a mannys body / whan it is in good rule / and well dysposed.
Mary Quass' NRG Media takes ranks 4 through 7 starting with a tied Country WYTE 4.
n Mens wonder of van hierdie foute te wyte is daaraan dat die vertaler volgens sy eie erkenning in 'n onderhoud met Rapport van 14 Mei 2012 homself Frans leer lees het en dit nie kan praat nie.
Moreover, "More to wyte is her wrange pen any wylie gentyl" (76)--that is, the Jews, aware of their obligations to God, deserve more blame than the Gentiles in refusing his request.
A blacke draper, With wyte paper, To go to wrytynge scole, An olde butler, Become a cutler, I wene shal prove a fole.
For this fourteen year I never discovered one thing that I have used, and that may I now wyte my shame and my misadventure.
Performances for the Memphis Hip Hop Expo currently include Hypnotized Minds' Lil Wyte, La Chat (Dime-A-Dozen Ent), Gangsta Boo (Drum Squad), Pro BMX bike rider Ricky Moseley and the Misled BMX Showteam, DJ Zirk ft.
Hierdie prosesse is te wyte aan die komplekse prosesse van okkupasie en inbesitneming, asook verskillende vorms van interne kolonisasie (Van der Merwe, 2003:11).
And, he confesses, he gets himself fired up for matches by listening to Talkin' Ain't Walkin' by Memphis rapper Lil' Wyte.
An if ye dinna enjoy your denner it'll be yer ain wyte.
Martin het jare daarna gespot dat sy grys hare te wyte was aan sulke krisisse.