fretty


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fretty

A series of knots used as a decorative element.
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107-351 (2002), "refers at least ten times to the intelligence communit[y's] failure to connect the dots'"); see also Fretty, supra note 181.
footnote omitted)); see also Fretty, supra note 181, at 435 ("[C]ities are embracing FRT to monitor their citizens on a daily, more mundane basis.
laced they are again With fretty chervil, look, and fresh wind shakes Them; birds build--but not I build; no, but strain, Time's eunuch, and not breed one work that wakes.
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The delicate-yet-abrasive softness of the "silk-beech"-- like the surface of the glans penis ("glans" being the botanical name for the nut of the beech mast)--is immediately followed by the engorged bundles of the "scrolled" ash and the "packed" sycamore, creating an erection of bark which displays those primal passions which refuse to be restrained (the "wild" wychelm) under a state of agitation ("hornbeam fretty overstood / By").