others


others
   Irish
   menstruation
   The etymology is unclear:
— I told him I thought I was pregnint. — GOOD JAYSIS! Jimmy roared laughing. — Yeh fiickin' didn't! — I did, Jimmy.... Me others were late. (R. Doyle, 1987)

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  • Others — may refer to: Contents 1 Film 2 Television 3 Music 4 …   Wikipedia

  • Others — Distress Distress Pays d’origine France Genre(s) Doom metal Death mélodique Metal Années actives …   Wikipédia en Français

  • others — noun /ˈʌðəz,ˈʌðɚz/ a) Other people. I treat others like I treat myself. b) Those remaining after one or more people or items have left, or done something else, or been excluded. Two decided to hide, the others surrendered …   Wiktionary

  • others — (Roget s IV) n. Syn. unnamed persons, the remainder, some, a few, any others, a number, a handful, a small number, not many, hardly any, two or three, more than one, many, a Great number, a Great many, they*, folks*, the rest*; see also everybody …   English dictionary for students

  • others — oth·er || ʌðə(r) n. remaining one of a pair; another one; different person adj. another; different; remaining of a pair; additional; in the recent past adv. otherwise, differently pron. something else, someone else …   English contemporary dictionary

  • others — throes …   Anagrams dictionary

  • OTHERS — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Others! Others! Volume 1 — Others! Others! Studio album by Bomb The Music Industry! Released May 7, 2009 Recorded 2005 2008 Genre Ska punk …   Wikipedia

  • Others: A Magazine of the New Verse — was founded by Alfred Kreymborg in July, 1915 with financing from Walter Conrad Arensberg. The magazine ran until July, 1919. It published poetry and other writing, as well as visual art. While the magazine never had more than 300 subscribers, it …   Wikipedia

  • Others (art group) — Others was a group of avant garde artists in New York formed after the outbreak of World War I. Poet Alfred Kreymborg and artist Man Ray founded the group, centered an artist colony called Grantwood, just outside Ridgefield, New Jersey. Through… …   Wikipedia


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