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- atar I was waited upon by a tall Jewish youth of about twenty years, who informed me that his name was Haim Ben Atar , that he was a native of Fez, from whence his parents brought him at a very early age to Tangier, where he had passed the greater part of his life principally in the service of Joanna Correa, waiting upon those who, like myself, lodged in the house.
- tear He might spring upon you and tear you to pieces!" From her eyelid he kisses the Tear . Sweet scene of my youth! Seat of Friendship and Truth, Where Love chas'd each fast-fleeting year – Tear, The by george gordon, lord byron
- terror 350. Terror , the, i.
- theater We've had just the dearest visit, and we've been to the theater , to a big fair, to see a hall hung with beautiful pictures, and how we have enjoyed it all!
- theatre There was excitement in the air at the theatre .
- theory She thinks-that is, she has an idea or theory that there's something about the place-something she can't get at quite.
- there "Well, I guess there won't be any trouble about that.
- three Noted reed-drawers were they too, and looked round upon the other three with some superciliousness.
- throw Throw him out the front door!
- tire You will not let her tire herself any more."
- tore At length, with a sudden, fierce movement, she tore the ring he had given her from her finger and held it out to him.
- tour This is but a tour de force.
- tower The light quickly disappeared, and he heard the door that opened upon the tower suddenly close.
- tray Saunders reached for a cigar in a tray on the desk and cut off the tip with a paper-knife.
- tree Night coming on me, I took up my lodging in a tree .
- trio The morrow came, and at the proper hour the trio repaired to the City Hall and mounted its high white steps.
- true But the worst of it was that this great movement took a wrong channel at first; not only missing legitimate line, but roaring out that the back ditchway was the true and established course of it.
- try There are some people, indeed, who become rude if you enter into any kind of relation with them; for instance, if you have occasion to converse with them frequently upon confidential matters, they soon come to fancy that they can take liberties with you, and so they try and transgress the laws of politeness.
- twitter I'd give worlds for a strong voice, instead of my wretched little drawing-room twitter ."
- two-year nonpermanent members - (10) elected for two-year terms by the UN General Assembly; Belgium (2007-08), Burkina Faso (2008-09), Costa Rica (2008-09), Croatia (2008-09), Indonesia (2007-08), Italy (2007-08), Libya (2008-09), Panama (2007-08), South Africa (2007-08), Vietnam (2008-09); note - Austria, Japan, Mexico, Turkey and Uganda have been elected by the General Assembly for two-year terms starting 1 January 2009
- Their This way-I hear their voices.
- Threw He threw her a careless kiss, and the train pulled out.
- three-year Executive branch: chief of state: Queen ELIZABETH II (since 6 February 1952), represented by Governor General Sir Michael HARDIE BOYS (since 21 March 1996) head of government: Prime Minister Helen CLARK (since 10 December 1999) and Deputy Prime Minister Jim ANDERTON (since 10 December 1999) cabinet: Executive Council appointed by the governor general on the recommendation of the prime minister elections: none; the monarch is hereditary; governor general appointed by the monarch; following legislative elections, the leader of the majority party or the leader of a majority coalition is usually appointed prime minister by the governor general for a three-year term; deputy prime minister appointed by the governor general