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- One who has an advowson.
- To quench; extinguish (fire, pain, malice, enemies, etc.)
- Toward the air; upward.
- Equipped with arrows
- Pointed to by an arrow (in a diagram)
- A city in and the county seat of in Arkansas, USA.
- The recipient of an award or special honor.
- One who awards, or assigns by sentence or judicial determination; a judge, arbitrator or umpire.
- In a backwards direction.
- Lacking dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments.
- Not easily managed or effected; embarrassing.
- Lacking social skills, or uncomfortable with social interaction.
- Perverse; adverse; difficult to handle.
- Someone or something that is awkward.
- name; rather rare in English.
- Stanley Baldwin, British Prime Minister.
- King Baldwin IV, ruler of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem before the takeover of Saladin in 1187. He died in 1185 of complications of the socially unacceptable disease of leprosy. Also known as the leper king.
- A town in Florida.
- A city in Georgia in the United States.
- A village in Illinois.
- A city in Iowa.
- A town in Louisiana.
- A town in Maine.
- A village in Michigan
- A town and a hamlet in New York.
- A township in Ontario, Canada.
- A borough in Pennsylvania.
- A town and village in Wisconsin.
- A reddish, moderately acid, winter apple.
- The red wood of a leguminous African tree, used as a dyewood and for ramrods, violin bows and turner's work.
- In a bawdy manner; lewdly or obscenely with humorous intent.
- Covered with or as if with dew.
- an article of women's clothing for the upper body, usually thigh-length and wrapping or tying in front; a bedjacket.
- a nightgown.
- To make a dwarf of; to stunt or hinder the growth of; to dwarf.
- To hold in hand; rule; control; manage; handle; wield.
- Having high colour from exposure to the weather; ruddy-faced; disordered.
- The dark, shiny wood of trees, especially oaks, dug up from peat bogs, sometimes used for making ornaments.
- Furnished with a bower.
- A large whale, having a large, rounded head, that inhabits Arctic waters.
- The box tree, Buxus sempervirens.
- The hard, close-grained wood of this tree, used in delicate woodwork and in making inlays
- Any tree of genus Buxus.
- An awl with a blade similar to a small, straight screwdriver; used for making holes, especially in wood to take screws.
- brawny; strong; muscular
- Any of various moth caterpillars.
- An African hardwood tree, that is a form of sandalwood
- A thick, creamy soup or stew.
- A stew, particularly fish or seafood, not necessarily thickened.
- A seller of fish.
- To make (seafood, etc.) into chowder.
- The white bryony, Bryonia alba.
- Any bird of the genus Molothrus. The cowbirds are brood parasites.
- In a cowed or intimidated manner.
- One who tends free-range cattle, especially in the American West.
- A hide of a cow.
- Any quantity of hides of cows.
- Leather made from the hide of cows.
- A coarse whip made of untanned leather.
- To flog with a cowhide.
- A small barn for keeping cows.
- An enclosure for cows close by the farm.
- Containing too many of something; teeming.
- Gruel or thin porridge.
- A Scottish form of cottage cheese.
- Great; excessive; supreme.
- Any of many of species of flowering plants in family Asteraceae:
- a plant genus with species in North and South America
- Gnaphalium, a plant genus with species in Eurasia and the Americas
- a plant genus native to North America
- a plant genus in Eurasia and North America
- a plant genus native to Australasia and the Pacific
- a plant genus occurring in Africa, Australasia and Eurasia.
- The part of Great Britain in which the laws of the Scandinavians dominated those of the Anglo-Saxons.
- The set of legal terms and definitions created in the treaties between the English Alfred the Great and the Danish Guthrum the Old.
- jackdaw, silly fellow
- a person who dawdles or idles
- The first beginnings of something.
- To deprive of a crown; to discrown.
- a river in Derbyshire, England, which flows into the River Trent.
- a river in North Yorkshire, England, which also forms the border with the East Riding of Yorkshire before joining the River Ouse.
- a river in Cumbria, England, which flows into the Irish Sea at Workington.
- a river forming the border between County Durham and Northumberland, before entering Tyneside and joining the River Tyne.
- a river in Tasmania, Australia, which flows into the Tasman Sea near Hobart.
- a hamlet in Alberta, Canada.
- a community in Thames Centre municipality, Ontario, Canada.
- an unincorporated community in Guernsey County, Ohio, USA.
- To remove water from.
- That has been treated by a dewaxing process
- A vestigial digit, hoof or claw that does not reach the ground.
- Of or pertaining to (1851–1931), American librarian and educator, and inventor of the
- Of or pertaining to (1859–1952), American philosopher, psychologist, and educational reformer.
- Resembling or characteristic of dew.
- To strongly and solemnly refuse to own or acknowledge; to deny responsibility for, approbation of, and the like; to disclaim; to disown.
- To deny; to show the contrary of; to disprove; to deny legitimacy or achievement of any kind.
- To divest of a gown of office; to defrock.
- To dissuade from by previous warning.
- To deprive of wonted usage; to disaccustom.
- Any of various small trees of the genus Cornus, especially the and the
- The wood of such trees and shrubs.
- A wood or tree similar to this genus, used in different parts of the world.
- The passage of a door; a door-shaped entrance into a house or a room.
- A bird, the European goatsucker.
- Capable of being endowed.
- Entitled to dower.
- A widow holding property or title derived from her late husband.
- Any lady of dignified bearing.
- Feeble; lacking spirit or activity; shiftless.
- A in Michigan.
- a hamlet in New Forest district, Hampshire, England.
- a parish in northern Herefordshire, England, including the village of Downton on the Rock and Downton Castle.
- a village in southern Wiltshire, England.
- A woman entitled to dower.
- The practice of seeking water or other substances (usually liquid) with the aid of a forked stick or similar pointing device, as believed by some practitioners to derive from supernatural power.
- An open-mouthed bar at the end of a car, which receives a coupling link and pin by which the car is drawn. It is usually provided with a spring to give elasticity to the connection between the cars of a train.
- A bar of iron with an eye at each end, or a heavy link, for coupling a locomotive to a tender or car.
- (road transport) A device to couple a powered road vehicle to a load to transfer tractive effort to the load, either as a push or as a pull. (See also Wikipedia:Drawbar)
- A sliding bar on a Hammond organ, controlling the volume of a waveform.
- A device for changing the tools on milling machines
- A boy who operates the harness cords of a handloom.
- Part of a power loom that performs the same function.
- Long underpants.
- Any clothing covering the legs, such as shorts, trousers, underpants or breeches.
- A picture, likeness, diagram or representation, usually drawn on paper.
- The act of producing such a picture.
- Such acts practiced as a graphic art form.
- The process of drawing or pulling something.
- An act or event in which the outcome (e.g., designating a winner) is selected by chance in the form of a blind draw, notably of lots; especially such a contest in which a winning name or number is selected randomly by removing (or drawing) it from a container, popularly a hat).
- A small portion of tea for steeping.
- A net for catching the larger sorts of birds.
- A rod which unites the drawgear at opposite ends of the car, and bears the pull required to draw the train.
- That has died by drowning.
- Someone who is drowning.
- One who drowns another.
- A fan of the British comedy series .
- An inhabitant of a specific place; an inhabitant or denizen.
- To decrease, shrink, diminish, reduce in size or intensity.
- To fall away in quality; degenerate, sink.
- To lessen; to bring low.
- To break up or disperse.
- Any wood from which colouring matter is extracted for dyeing.
- A form of railway in which the road is causewayed up to the level of the top of the flanges.
- from the given name Edward.
- Having bends or corners.
- (in combination) Having some specific type of elbow
- The soft, spongy wood of
- An old measuring rod, one ell in length.
- The wood of the elm tree.
- Bent, curved or arched like a bow.
- Pertaining to an endowment, as with an endowed chair at a university.
- One who endows.
- To endow.
- upright, or standing on end
- with the end towards the front or towards the observer
- towards the ends
- On-end; upright; pertaining or relating to the end.
- A heartwood of pine trees, impregnated with resin, useful in the manufacture of pitch and pine tar.
- Eryngium foetidum, a plant supposed to be a remedy for fits.
- Disobedient, contrary, unmanageable; difficult to deal with; with an evil disposition.
- Away from.
- Anas strepera, a common and widespread dabbling duck which breeds in the northern hemisphere.
- toward God
- towards God
- Covered in daisies.
- Any of various plants in the genus Grindelia.
- Any of various trees and shrubs of the genus Commidendrum.
- Ulva intestinalis, a seaweed.
- Sonchus arvensis, a terrestrial plant.
- A magician, hero and trickster in Welsh mythology.
- A principal area of Wales, to the north-west of the country
- A freshwater fish, Coregonus pennantii, native to Bala Lake in Wales.
- Movement ahead or forward.
- Forward motion, or its rate.
- The interval of time or distance between the fronts of two vehicles (e.g. buses) moving in succession in the same direction, especially along the same pre-determined route.
- Progress toward a goal.
- The clearance beneath an object, such as an arch, ceiling or bridge; headroom.
- A cross-heading.
- Any coarse weedy herb.
- An umbelliferous plant, of genus Heracleum, some of them being poisonous.
- Certain plants from the genera Ambrosia, Erigeron, or Heracleum.
- A traveller.
- A merchant in the East (so called because merchants were formerly the chief travellers).
- Having been drawn in or inward.
- Quiet, introspective.
- To exist within, especially as a spirit or driving force.
- a small tree in the soapberry family, native to extreme southern Florida and islands of the Caribbean. It has trifoliate leaves and produces small flowers in early summer.
- Towards the inside.
- A European bird of the crow family (Coloeus monedula), often nesting in church towers and ruins.
- A Daurian jackdaw, a closely related Asian bird (Coloeus dauuricus).
- Jacquinia keyensis, a perennial North American tree.
- On the side sheltered from the wind; in that direction.
- Away from the direction from which the wind is blowing. Downwind.
- A tree, in the legume family, of great economic importance and growing throughout Central America.
- Area which is lower than surrounding areas.
- A city in California.
- A village in Illinois.
- Certain of the alyssums.
- Directed toward mankind.
- Toward mankind.
- Any of several maritime grasses.
- The seed of the opium poppy.
- of, or pertaining to, meadows.
- Resembling or composed of meadows.
- The part of a city between uptown and downtown
- In or toward the midst.
- A person, usually a woman, who is trained to assist women in childbirth, but who is not a physician.
- Someone who assists in bringing about some result or project.
- To act as a midwife
- to facilitate the emergence of
- Of, pertaining to, or affected with mildew
- To draw badly or wrongly.
- To go wrong; to stray.
- A type of landslide characterized by large flows of mud and water.
- The dried-out product of such a flow.
- a small herbaceous plant growing on muddy shores.
- A slender European weed ( the
- a state of denial, disbelief
- A byword or proverb.
- A watchword.
- an unincorporated community in Indiana, USA.
- a town in North Carolina, USA
- a locality on South Australia.
- a hamlet near district, Cumbria, England
- a hamlet near England
- a suburb of ( East Riding of Yorkshire
- a village in district, Gloucestershire, England
- a hamlet in district, North Yorkshire, England
- a village in district, Worcestershire, England
- the in Iowa and Missouri, USA.
- an unincorporated community in Missouri, named after the river.
- A town in Colorado.
- A civil parish in North Yorkshire, England.
- A suburb of London, England, in the borough of Croydon.
- A city in Georgia in the United States.
- A village in Illinois.
- A city and an unincorporated community in Kentucky.
- A village in Louisiana.
- A town in Massachusetts.
- A city in Missouri.
- A borough in New Jersey.
- A village in New York.
- A town in North Carolina.
- A community in Nova Scotia.
- A city in Ohio.
- A borough in Pennsylvania.
- A town in Wisconsin.
- Existing nowadays; current, present; contemporary.
- The present period; contemporary times.
- The wood of any nut-bearing tree.
- A brown alga, Laminaria digitata, found on exposed shores
- To extract or draw out.
- To remove a gun from its holster, and fire it, faster than another.
- To attract a larger crowd than.
- To draw better than; to surpass in creating drawn artworks.
- outer; located towards the outside
- visible, noticeable
- Tending to the exterior or outside.
- Foreign; not civil or intestine.
- Towards the outside; away from the centre.
- Outwardly, in outer appearances; publicly.
- To ward off; to keep out.
- To extricate by winding; to unloose.
- Any of various weedy plants sometimes used as pig fodder
- Amaranthus species
- Chenopodium album,
- Any plant of the genus low North American herbs with branching stems, and very small and abundant leaves and flowers.
- Construction material supplied in sheets, and made of three or more layers of wood veneer glued together, laid up with alternating layers having their grain perpendicular to each other.
- A specific grade or type of this construction material.
- Of or pertaining to powder.
- A dike; a marsh or fen.
- Self-powered, such as by an electric motor or an internal engine; not requiring external power, such as from a person or a horse.
- Period before the rising of the sun.
- A plant of the genus Ambrosia. These weeds are particularly noted for producing pollen which people with hay fever are allergic to.
- Untanned hide.
- To clear (a pump) of sediment by starting and stopping it repeatedly.
- To beat with a rawhide whip.
- Toward the red end of the spectrum
- Toward the red end of the spectrum
- A type of terracotta given a red colour by its concentration of ferrous oxide.
- The red poppy (Papaver rhoeas).
- The American pokeweed.
- A small thrush, Turdus iliacus, native to Eurasia, with a white eye stripe and red under-wing feathers.
- Third person singular of reward.
- A borough in Pennsylvania, USA
- A way used as a road.
- The main or central portion of a road, used by the vehicles.
- The portion of a bridge or railway used by traffic.
- name, a variant of Roland.
- A tonal language of Tanzania.
- The fine particles (dust) of wood created by sawing.
- To sprinkle with sawdust.
- beset with unfortunate circumstances that seem difficult or impossible to overcome; in imminent danger.
- Being in or facing towards the sea, as opposed to the land.
- In the direction of the sea, toward the sea.
- In shadow; darkened by shadows.
- Dark, obscure.
- Dressed in a shawl.
- A footpath near a road.
- A byway.
- Furnished with sinews.
- Equipped; strengthened.
- At or toward the sky.
- Pointing or facing at or moving toward the sky.
- the highest mountain in Wales.
- any of several small places in Britain
- an English habitational surname for someone who lived in any of these places
- Having a particular kind of straw.
- Covered with straw.
- to experience an episode or an onset of some detrimental mental condition like agitation, anxiety, hallucination or dementia, daily at nightfall.
- Directed or turned toward the sun.
- In the direction of the sun.
- To bind (a baby) with long narrow strips of cloth.
- To beat; cudgel.
- Anything used to swaddle with, such as a cloth or band.
- very busy; having too much to do
- Covered with sward.
- Characterized by sweatshop conditions.
- The language of Sweden and Åland (an autonomous part of Finland). Swedish is also one of the two official languages of Finland, spoken by 6% of the citizens. A very small minority in Estonia has Swedish as their mother tongue.
- Of or pertaining to Sweden.
- Of or pertaining to the
- an area of land that has been cleared by cutting the vegetation and burning it; slash and burn
- to clear an area of land by cutting and burning
- A town in Wiltshire, England
- Mixed in a circular pattern with both original components distinguishable.
- Wearing a sword.
- One who uses, or fights with, a sword.
- Any of various American flowering plants that have sticky leaves
- A channel in which the tide sets.
- a village in Illinois, USA.
- a small city in Kansas, USA.
- a borough in Pennsylvania, USA
- In the direction of something (indicated by context).
- Near; at hand; in state of preparation; toward.
- Equipped with a tower.
- Empty or silly idle talk or writing; nonsense, rubbish.
- One who twaddles; a twaddler.
- To talk or write nonsense; to prattle.
- Full of twaddle; silly.
- hallucinating, especially under the influence of crystal meth or similar narcotics.
- to twist
- To handle lightly; said with reference to awkward fiddling.
- To influence as if by fiddling; to coax; to allure.
- (mistakenly?) to twiddle
- To wiggle, fidget or play with; to move around.
- To flip or switch two adjacent bits.
- To be in an equivalence relation with.
- To play with anything; hence, to be busy about triflesJames Orchard Halliwell, A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Vol. 2, 1847/1855.
- A slight twist with the fingers.
- A pimple.
- A small decorative embellishment.
- A small musical flourish.
- A tilde.
- An unspecified curvy line
- A tiny bit
- A tizzy
- Capable of being finely or idly adjusted with the fingers.
- Having an elaborately twisted form.
- In music, having a rapid series of musical notes.
- In a twofold manner or measure.
- having diagonal parallel ribs
- Wound spirally.
- Mentally disturbed or unsound.
- Under the influence of multiple intoxicants, usually alcohol and marijuana.
- Not bowed; erect or upright.
- Not subdued or deterred.
- Not browbeaten or frightened into submission or compliance.
- Not hewed; unhewn.
- Not owned; not having an owner.
- Not sowed; unsown.
- Without a wage.
- Not waged, as a war.
- Not having had a wake or vigil.
- Not having been waved.
- Not used to travel.
- Having no ways or roads; pathless.
- To fail to wield; divest or relinquish control of
- Towards a higher place; towards what is above.
- To a higher figure or amount.
- Towards something which is higher in order, larger, superior etc.
- Backwards in time, into the past.
- To or into later life.
- On or towards the front.
- Towards the front.
- able to be waded across (said of shallow water)
- Having a waffle-like pattern of intersecting creases.
- Having some specific type of waist.
- The supreme being or of the Omaha people.
- A Waldorf salad.
- A city in Maryland.
- A city in Minnesota.
- a city in Arkansas, USA
- The wane of the Moon.
- An aircraft formerly operated by the military, but now owned privately.
- Any aircraft decorated in military livery for display at airshows etc.
- The act of one who wards.
- A hydrous sodium aluminium phosphate hydroxide mineral, of interest for its rare tetragonal trapezohedral crystallography.
- The part of a missile, projectile, torpedo, rocket, or other munition which contains either the nuclear or thermonuclear system, high explosive system, chemical or biological agents, or inert materials intended to inflict damage.
- A high military officer in a warlike nation.
- A local ruler or bandit leader usually where the government is weak.
- A day when laundry is washed.
- Supplied with water.
- A town in Hertfordshire, England
- A village in Northamptonshire, England
- The side of a road or path
- A rest area
- Situated near the side of a road or path
- given to wilful, perverse deviation from the expected norm; tending to stray
- obstinate, contrary and unpredictable
- not on target
- Of, from or relating to The Weald
- The oesophagus; the windpipe; the trachea.
- The throat in general.
- The process of supporting or securing something with a wedge.
- The state of being married; matrimony.
- A wife; a married woman.
- Weeds, collectively.
- A place full of weeds or used for growing weeds.
- A legal marijuana dispensary.
- The removal of weeds; the process by which something is weeded.
- A day of the week except those which form the weekend; that is:
- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, but not Saturday or Sunday.
- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, or Saturday, but not Sunday. (e.g. in Vietnam)
- Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, but not Saturday.
- Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, but not Friday.
- Someone or something weird.
- The action or process of welding.
- name transferred back from the surname.
- Of or relating to the Wends.
- The language of the Wends.
- blood money, the monetary value assigned to a person, set according to their used to determine the compensation paid by the perpetrator of a crime to the victim in the case of injury or to the victim's kindred in the case of homicide.
- Compensation thus determined and paid; a reparative payment.
- Land that is covered mostly with water, with occasional marshy and soggy areas.
- A county in the Republic of Ireland
- A town in the county of Wexford, Ireland.
- Tired; fatigued.
- Intoxicated on drugs.
- To cajole or attempt to persuade by flattery.
- To obtain by flattery, guile, or trickery.
- Having wheels.
- Having the specified number or type of wheels.
- Having whelks; whelky.
- (of a surface) exposed to a working fluid
- Passing; temporal; temporary; not lasting; not permanent; transient; transitory; not eternal.
- Controlled by a spouse or significant other to an unreasonable degree.
- formed from whorls; having whorls
- Having a wide bandgap.
- whose spouse has died; who has become a widow or widower.
- A man whose spouse has died (and who has not remarried); masculine of widow.
- Like, or suiting, a widow.
- A person who wields something, especially power
- A manager
- name, popular in the U.K. in the early twentieth century.
- name, a less common form of Wilfred.
- name of mostly American usage. Partly transferred back from the surname.
- A city in Kansas.
- A city in Missouri.
- A village in New Mexico.
- A hamlet in New York.
- A city in Ohio.
- A city in Utah.
- A town in Wisconsin.
- Wearing a wimple.
- Drag on the crankshaft caused by oil splashing out of the sump when rotating at high speeds.
- The difference in diameter between the bore of a firearm and the shot.
- Horizontal adjustment of the sight of a firearm or bow.
- A contusion caused by a projectile that does not enter the skin, due to either compressed air or a glancing blow
- Exposure to the wind.
- Bellows for an organ.
- someone who talks excessively
- a town in Connecticut, USA.
- an unincorporated community in Iowa, USA.
- a town in Maine, USA.
- a town in New Hampshire, USA.
- a town, hamlet and CDP in New York, USA.
- a village in Ohio, USA.
- a town in Vermont, USA.
- A malevolent, violent, cannibal spirit found in Anishinaabe, Ojibwe, and Cree mythology, which inhabits the body of a living person and possesses him or her to commit murder.
- A psychological condition specific to some Native American groups, in which a person (in fever-induced delusions) believes that he or she is possessed by a cannibalistic wendigo spirit, or in which society hysterically believes a person to be so possessed.
- In a windy manner or fashion.
- something wound around something else
- the manner in which something is wound
- one complete turn of something wound
- a length of wire wound around the core of an electrical transformer
- twisting, turning or sinuous
- spiral or helical
- the act or process of winding (turning around)
- Having little crossings or openings like the sashes of a window.
- A row of cut grain or hay allowed to dry in a field.
- A line of leaves etc heaped up by the wind.
- A similar streak of seaweed etc on the surface of the sea formed by Langmuir circulation.
- A line of snow or gravel left behind by the edge of a snowplow’s or grader’s blade.
- The green border of a field, dug up in order to carry the earth on other land to mend it.
- To arrange (e.g. new-made hay) in lines or windrows.
- A placename
- UK; A town in Berkshire, England — famous for
- Canada; A city in famous for its auto industry.
- Several other places in England, Australia, Canada and the United States
- a town in North Carolina, USA
- from the town in Berkshire.
- name transferred from the surname.
- The Royal — from the traditional seat at
- The portion of a wind instrument through which the air is blown.
- A wind road; a ventilation route in a mine.
- Withered; lean and wrinkled by shrinkage as from age or illness.
- A bin in which wood is stored.
- A box used for the storage of wood, particularly firewood.
- A print or a method of printmaking from an engraved block of wood.
- Gallirallus sylvestris, a species of bird in the family Rallidae endemic to Lord Howe Island, Australia.
- Being like wood, pertaining to wood; woody.
- Characteristic of woods or woodland.
- A town and civil parish in Berkshire, England.
- A suburban area of the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport, England.
- for a dweller in a row of houses near a wood.
- name transferred from the surname, given in the 1910s in honor of President Woodrow Wilson.
- A stick used to tighten the rope in woolding.
- One of the handles of the top, formed by a wooden pin passing through it.
- Words collectively.
- The excessive use of words; verbiage.
- The number of words used in a text.
- The choice of words used; phraseology.
- In a wordy manner; using too many words.
- A choice of words and the style in which they are used in a given context.
- Of or pertaining to words; verbal; wordy.
- A man who is a wordsmith.
- Concerned with human or earthly matters, physical as opposed to spiritual.
- Concerned with secular rather than sacred matters.
- Sophisticated, especially because of surfeit; versed in the ways of the world.
- In a worldly manner.
- Thinking about unpleasant things that have happened or that might happen; feeling afraid and unhappy.
- Yarn made from long strands of wool.
- The fine, smooth fabric made from such wool yarn.
- Defeated, overcome.
- Suffering from a wound, especially one acquired in battle from a weapon, such as a gun or a knife.
- Suffering from an emotional injury.
- Of a particle: having undergone an inelastic collision.
- People who are maimed or have wounds.
- encased in a wrapping.
- Destroyed, usually in an accident; damaged to the point of unusability.
- Very intoxicated from alcohol and/or other drugs.
- Having been put in a dreadful or embarrassing situation; can range from being pwned in a game to being utterly defeated in an argument or publicly shamed with a stinging insult.
- Having some specific type of wrist
- A Native American people, formed from the Huron confederacy, that lived in and around Ohio.
- The Iroquoian language of this people.
- A member of this people.