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Smelt the rat; knew something bad was happening. When his grandfather heard the commotion from people hearing news of the war's beginning---"My grandsire sighed, he 'smelt the rat.'"

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Old English naþing , naðinc , from nan "not one" (see none ) + þing "thing" (see thing ). Meaning "insignificant thing" is from . As an adverb from . As an adjective from 1961.

He doesnt look anglo, more like a typical eastern european “slavic” man. He could easily have been a russian skinhead/hooligan in “American history X”


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