ILL, the verb

Joel S. Berson Berson at ATT.NET
Sun Jan 27 04:33:55 UTC 2013

This must be old, but a first glance tells me it will be difficult to
tease out from various unrelated instances.  Including being mistaken
for "fill it (in/out)".  Not found under OED's "ill, v.", not surprisingly.

"You'll have to ILL it: You can't get a copy, I've tried."

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