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  • tails On hearing this, the two Donkeys bowed their heads in shame, dropped their ears, and put their tails between their legs. ~I~ travel with the cooking-pots and pails -- ~I'm~ sandwiched 'tween the coffee and the pork -- And when the dusty column checks and tails, You should hear me spur the rear-guard to a walk! – The Song Of The Banjo by Rudyard Kipling
  • talk "Oh, that's just talk , my boy. I passed a little further on and heard a lotus talk: i{Who made the world and ruleth it, He hangeth on a stalk,} – The Indian Upon God by William Butler Yeats
  • talks Who talks of going to church? And twists one in her fingers while she talks. "Ah, my friend, you do not know, you do not know What life is, you should hold it in your hands"; (Slowly(twisting the lilac stalks) – Portrait of a Lady by Thomas Stearns Eliot
  • theology The theology of the Epistle to the Hebrews shows throughout the influences of the philosophy of Alexandria. I mastered numerology and bigbang theology Performed lobotomies with telekinetic psychology – High Voltage by linkin park
  • tells Byrnes tells me he has all he can do. The dear sweet secrets of the gods he tells, And with loath'd hate lov'd heaven he swells; – Cupid Far Gone by Richard Lovelace
  • tools I knew the names of all the tools except one. Who's got the tools? Who breaks the rules? – Big Black Man by Unknown Author
  • titles The titles must be gotten. Think nought, in 'perusing and settling' the titles, So safe as six inches of steel in the vitals. – Black Mousquetaire, The : A Legend of France by Richard Harris Barham
  • tiles Tiles are then placed over the table or on the ground. We studied hard in our styles, Chipped each at a crust like Hindoos, For air looked out on the tiles, For fun watched each other's windows. – Youth and Art by Robert Browning
  • towels When he is thoroughly dried with warm dry towels , let him be well rubbed with the warm hand of the mother or of the nurse. I came round your house, to borrow some towels I smoked a John Player and it loosened my bowels – Number One by Goldie Lookin Chain

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