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- atonic The leaf juice and the bruised leaves are applied to wounds and atonic ulcers.
- tank We had so little rain in June that she was sure the tank must be nearly empty."
- teens He could count numbers forward mechanically till among the teens; but by no effort of mind could he tell what number came before nine, till he had again counted forward from one.
- tennis I thought nothing of it at the first; I believed I must have strained it at tennis.
- thank "Oh yes, thank you.
- thanks No-thanks all the same!
- thing There was one thing and one thing only to be said.
- things She never does things quite like other people.
- times I tried many times.
- timing Up the street the crazy watchmaker was standing on the edge of his high steps, swinging a weight; it was attached to the end of a long cord, and he followed the swinging of the pendulum with his fingers, as though he were timing the beats.
- tons Look at the tons that pass through the post-offices daily.
- twins Martin hasn't staked the claim on which his house is situated, and The Twins have.
- thinks He never thinks about anything like that."
- towns And what the towns are the country is also-or nearly so.
- themes He was a most fascinating platform speaker on themes outside of politics, and his lecture on the Lost Arts was a favorite with audiences of all sorts.
- tanks At the finish he was breathin' more air than his wind-tanks had known in months.
- teams The teams came in about midnight, after the moon had risen, by which the drivers were enabled to see my track.
- tongue After about a minute, during which she was apparently collecting her thoughts, she spoke in a low voice, and in her native tongue. I suddenly cried out in a strange tongue Not his, not mine." Who understood Whatever has been said, sighed, sung, – Solomon And The Witch by William Butler Yeats