yead

yead

(jiːd)
vb (intr)
to proceed, move on, or pass away
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My yead isn't a turnip, an' I shall p'r'aps have a chance o' dousing another fire afore long.
Crackenthorp's yead? Is there a little hole for it, like in my shuttle-cock?"
Police Super (SP), Sarwar Hossain, Upazila Chairman, Pavilur Rahman Shafiq Khan, Mayor of Madaripur Municipality, Khalid Hossain Yead also addressed the function, among others.
These pictures show the decaying state of the interior of the historic Heaps Rice Mill building - developers say work is due to start on site in the first half of this yead
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The ystanbul Economic Research Association (yEAD) published its yearly survey (Dec.
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The John Lewis-owned supermarket, whw ich employs Pippa Middleton , (p (p (pictured) to write in its in-store magazine, (ictured) d d l f ur more by the end of this yead wi w ll open at least 10 new shops in and andll ar a ound London next year.
YEAD BOY: the biggest derby game in DJ Campbell's non-League days was against Yeading's neighbours Slough' TARG ET MAN DJ Campbell dreams of scoring in Blues' derby with Albion
1578 Drant (Webster) Years yead away and faces fair deflower.
Fabrics at lower prices (generally less than $3 per yead) need a chemical backing for added strength.