Tuesday, 24 July 2012



1. to buy or bring in (goods or services) from a foreign country
2. (trans.) to bring in from an outside source
3. to signify or be significant; mean; convey
4. ( often plural ) goods or services that are bought from foreign countries
5. significance or importance
6. meaning or signification

 Stressing the import
Of distance and time
Nineteen times have I left you
To fall all over for the love of you

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