Inglish


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Inglish

(games)
An English-like language used for Adventure games like "The Hobbit". Inglish could distinguish between "take the rope and axe" and "take the money and run".
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Reports said Manisha Kumari, daughter of Suresh Pandey from the Inglish village in northern Bihar's Siwan district, was engaged to shish Dube from the Majhwali village in the same district.
The comparisons between the [K.sub.f] and [K.sub.t] (by Inglish method) have also been demonstrated in Table 2.
That Lyndsay could use the same dialect, and broadly the same lexicon to voice both a Cupar tailor and the king of Scotland, a poor cottar and the archangel Michael, suggests a capaciousness and social inclusivity to Scots 'Inglish' that was not available to writers of the same period south of the border.
For years, he stood beside friend and fellow Chicago native Chuck Inglish as Mikey Rocks of the Cool Kids, a hip-hop pair who found some success in the late 2000S as a retro, '90s-styled rap outfit.
The trip to Inglish Island starts with a boat ride which provides a first hand experience of the rustic daily life in the islands.
The Kriol -- Inglish Dikshineri, English -- Kriol Dictionary (Herrera et al.
On Jan 21, Rushdie was to take part in a group discussion, "Inglish, Amlish, Hinglish: The Chutneyfication of English " featuring Rita Kothari, Tarun Tejpal and Ira Pande.
Corporation John Inglish General Utah Transit Manager Authority Clark D.
U can bet that wunce the people pooshing fonetic inglish have thare weigh with the langwidge, they'll start monkeying around with math.