The subdead wont last forever, you've seen them rotting, eh?
There were, however, hints of some tensions today behind the scenes at eh opening ceremony in the UK papers.
At the height of his appeal, sometime during the Republican primary season, Romney rose to the status of “eh.”
And finally, according to our neocon war caucus, we're supposed to let this guy bomb Iran, eh?
We actually had a hypothetical phone call brought up before the candidates were asked about a real crisis, such as, eh, Mexico.
And the tune just now is not one which is pleasing to us—eh?
Why did you pretend to me that you and your wife were alone in the room—when you had that there with you, eh?
And the big tree, pushing its roots down into the vein, has brought away a piece of it, eh?
And you think Mortimer has turned out something like that; eh, Mike?
And always getting a fresh supply of powder and shot from Noo York by mail, eh, neighbours?
1560s as an exclamation of sorrow; with questions, from 1773.
/A/. Software Portability Group, U Waterloo. A typeless language derived from (and similar to) B. Provides guaranteed order of evaluation for side effects in expressions. Also character indexing operators.
See also Zed.
["Eh Reference Manual", R.S.C. Braga, RR CS-76-45, U Waterloo, Nov 1976].
The country code for Western Sahara.