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  • daily 13. But the fact itself and experience testify that the just are still daily delivered to death. You're The Only Girl I Wanna See Daily Not A lot Save Me But You Could Be My Lady – Good Things by rich boy
  • dill And with this parting shot at Justine's pursuits she swept out of the school-room, leaving pupil and teacher plunged in a stricken silence from which Cicely at length emerged to say, with the candour that Miss Dill dreaded more than any punishable offense: "Mother's prettiest-but I do like Justine the best."
  • tail Had that tail been any longer Reddy would have caught him by it. Someone is on our tail We think they're opening up our morning mail – We Are Detective by Thompson Twins, The
  • tailor I went to my tailor this morning, and what do you think he told me?"
  • tails On seeing him approach, the Griquas leaped from their horses, formed them into a close line with their tails towards the lion, and took their stand at the horse's heads.
  • tale What a sad tale!
  • tall A tall man in dark clothes, who was also in the carriage, stepped down first and handed out the girl, and afterward the boy jumped down.
  • tally Just to keep the tally straight, madam, may I ask what you were doing in the interim?
  • tell I'll tell you how 'twas.
  • tile Underdrainage should be permanent in its character, and it is essential that every piece of tile be sound and well-burned.
  • till I'll wait till then.
  • toil Oh, it is hard to die after forty years of toil, without ever having had leisure to wipe the sweat from a brow that has always been bent over one's work.
  • toll But we didn't pay the toll.
  • trill Of this set I prefer the former; it abounds in octaves and ends with a long trill There is in the Klindworth edition a Mazurka, the last in the set, in the key of F sharp.
  • twill He calls it canvas, which it ain't, but tanned twill-two-ply-with rubber between.
  • Tali They joined their right hands, and I pronounced over them the sacramental words, after which the tali was blessed and given first to the bridegroom and by turn to the bride, but without being fastened about her neck, as that ceremony was to take place afterward at home.
  • Til Pappy git pretty feeble, but he work til jest fore he die.
  • Tull He enforces the teachings of Evelyn and Duhamel, and is commendatory of the views of Tull.
  • arab-american
  • mother-daughter Amber House Main article: Amber House (novel) Neverwas Main article: Neverwas (novel) Ever Shall On July 7, 2017, an "anniversary announcement" on the series official website and official Facebook page, celebrating the anniversary of the publication of Neverwas, also announced that the mother-daughter writing trio had decided to "halve" their manuscript for Otherwhen in order to, among other things, show Sarah during all four seasons of her first year in Amber House, bringing things "full circle.
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