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- ataxic The majority of cases that present malformation of the cerebellum are congenital, however acquired ataxic cerebral palsy can result from meningitis, trauma, birth complications, and encephalopathies (septic, acute, disseminated, and toxic).
- tag Mach Komplimente jeden Tag ich sag ihr alles, was sie mag – Rockhymnen by Virginia Jetzt!
- take He will never be happy again if they take him from the little house-his birds-our mother's grave.
- task You go to an easy task, my dear, as I go to a hard one. They live behind a platic mask Such a self assuring task – They're Dead by abomination
- tax My letter by the packet informed you of the bed of justice, for enregistering the stamp tax and land tax.
- taxi "Take a taxi-cab, see Ferguson, bring the money straight back here.
- teach That upset was necessary, I guess, to teach me that I must drive on just as little surface as possible in speeding, and make the wings do one half the work.
- tech They had gone so far back into childhood, they had to play sand box. The Chief overheard the tech, and spoke up plaintively.
- thick It is difficult work finding them in the thick undergrowth.
- though "Not in Middlesex, though," said Francesca.
- thus First, what right have you To question thus a nobleman of Spain?
- tissue In the second place the sow is building new tissue.
- touch Lunch he did not touch.
- tough It seemed that the teachers had the idea that I would drop out as soon as the going got tough, so why should they waste time on me?
- twice That, the old lady guessed, was why the tears came once or twice into her eyes.
- ties But he need no longer dread them so much; for there sat the living remedy which he believed he had secured by the strongest possible ties.
- Took So you took him prisoner?
- These And one of these was Midshipman Brimmer.
- This Is this Miss Swaim?
- Those "And what shall we do about all those other great rooms?
- Taxes Master Spiesz, Ann's father, had been bidden from Venice, where he had been in the service of the Mendel's merchant house, to become head clerk in Nuremberg, first in the Chamber of Taxes, and then in the Chancery, a respectable post of much trust.
- Toys One player holds in his hand a number of these toys, and demands of another whether that number is even or odd.
- takes They stroll back; she takes his arm-under the moon, under the stars; but she sees only the lamps of Paris!
- tasks Nothing but death can bring repose to this restless spirit, and if he finds the quiet for which he longs, what tasks he will set himself!