The word concer means to be carried, carried, or being carried. It’s also a verb and can mean carried, carried over, or being carried to a place or object. Many of the expressions concer un amour, to be carried or carried, are derived from the word concer.
While the word concer is derived from its French meaning to be carried, it was originally used in English as a noun. It didn’t receive much use in the English-speaking world until the 20th century, but in fact it’s always had a slightly different meaning. It seems to be a more formal word, meaning to carry something, and more often used for things that are considered “heavy” or “expensive.
So, what’s an object? Objects can be heavy and expensive. These days, the word object is used more often for things that are not quite as formal as an object would be. These objects may be heavy and expensive but they are also not as formal as a person or a chair or a bed.
The word object is used to describe the things that don’t have a name. So an object is a person, a chair, a chair, or a bed. Objects can be heavy and expensive but they are not as formal as a person or a chair or a bed.
In case you’re wondering, the word “object” is actually a British slang term for the word “oblique.” That’s why when someone uses the word “object” to describe something, they are indicating that they are not quite as formal as an object would be. That is, they are not quite as formal as a person or a chair or a bed.
In my own research I found that a lot of the objects that people think of as “objects” are actually personified, but only in a very specific sense. They are usually referred to as concer (pronounced kon-cer). In the English language, the word concer is also known as a “to-do”.
The word concer is a contraction of the Latin word concertum meaning to chop, machete, or saw.
I’ve found that this word has been used for quite a long time, and not in a pejorative way. In fact, being the kind of person that I am, I’m not very fond of people who think of themselves as being more formal than others. I’m not a fan of “concierly” people either, people who think of themselves as being more formal than others.
Im not a fan of people who use words like this. Im always trying to think of ways to say things that don’t have the word concer attached to them. I think a lot of people are afraid of being too formal. I can’t really say that Im a fan of people who think of themselves as being more formal than others, but I can say that Im not a fan of people who think of themselves as being more formal than others.