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Definition funny of Malves:
A synonym of the "F-word." Used in a few Battletech novels and fiction.
What the malf are those mechs doing there????
I fucked my gf and now my cock is malfing! My stupid keyboard is malfing hardcore!
move a little faster
I thought I asked you to do that awhile ago, now you need to m.a.l.f. this time.
Someone who has a face on them that is just asking to be punched!
Songs about Malves:
Devaji Udaji Malve by Kailash Gurjar from the Album Shre Devnarayan Aarti Chalisa Bhajan
Malve by Benjamin Luxembourg from the Album Best of Minimal 2012
Malve by Benjamin Luxembourg from the Album Minimal Tech House 2012 Vol.10
Malve by Benjamin Luxembourg from the Album Malve
Mata Sadu Devju Ne Le Chali Malve by Rajkumar Maluni from the Album Devnarayan Devro Banayo Re
Mendi Te Vavi Malve Mehndi Rang Lagyo by Aishwarya Majmudar from the Album Nirali Hun Chhu
Vich Malve Desh De by G Tarsem Singh Moranwali from the Album Amritsar Sifti Da Ghar
Books about Malves:
Wilde Malve wird entführt!: Ein Blumenabenteuer (German Edition) by Antje Hansen-Käding (Jul 13, 2014)
Wochenkalender 2014 Malve: rechte Seite Kalender, linke Seite Notizbuch, 1 Woche = 1 Seite, ca A5 (German Edition... by Heike Langenkamp (Sep 27, 2013)
Mini Taschenkalender 2014 Malve: 1 Woche pro Seite - ca. A6 Format (German Edition) by Heike Langenkamp (Sep 29, 2013)
Malve, Mangold, und Melisse. Bauerngärten neu entdeckt. by Christiane Widmayr (Feb 1, 1999)
Einleitung in die analytische Geometrie der höheren algebraischen Kurven: nach den Methoden von Jean Paul de Gua... by Paul Julius Sauerbeck (Jan 1, 1902)
Lee's Lieutenants: A Study In (V.1) Command; Volume One, Manassas to Malve by Douglas Southall Freeman (1942)
Einleitung in Die Analytische Geometrie Der Hoheren Algebraischen Kurven Nach Den Methoden Von Jean Paul de Gya... by Paul Julius 1866 Sauerbeck (Oct 13, 2010)
Wiki information Malves:
Malves-en-Minervois is a commune in the Aude department in southern France.
Jean Paul de Gua de Malves was a French mathematician who published in 1740 a work on analytical geometry in which he applied it, without the aid of differential calculus, to find the tangents, asymptotes, and various singular points of an algebraic...