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- rickets When will they know that all the symptoms of rickets I have just enumerated usually proceed from the want of nourishment, more especially from the want of genuine, and of an abundance of, milk?
- ticket My life is a movie got damnit, give me a Grammy or a meal ticket I ain't picky until I get it, we can still kick it – Scandalous by Nelly
- Tidies Maybe Mrs. Jane will be constrained to clear my room of a few of the mats and covers and tidies!
- Tacitus He was just in time to see the Tacitus settle down with crumpled pages; stopped for a moment, bewildered, for it lay in the middle of the passage; and then rushed at the open door on the left, dashed it open, and found a little empty room, with a chair or two, and a table-but no sign of the priest.
- Ticks We Christ Church men bear the blame of it, our ticks, as the noise of the town will have it, amounting to 1,500 pounds.
- tickets With this remix, C and Kells so wicked So go and get your tickets – Promise (Go And Get Your Tickets Mix) by Ciara
- digits The slim, sensitive, tapering fingers of Jimmie Dale, unrecognisable now in the grimy digits of Larry the Bat, felt tentatively over the lock.
- dictates The knowledge, which their oppressors have of their own crime in having violated the rights of nature, and of the disposition of the injured to seek all opportunities of revenge, produces a fear, which dictates to them the necessity of a system of treatment by which they shall keep up a wide distinction between the two, and by which the noble feelings of the latter shall be kept down, and their spirits broken.
- KITES This afternoon has been fine and windy, and the boys have been flying kites, made of tough paper on a bamboo frame, all of a rectangular shape, some of them five feet square, and nearly all decorated with huge faces of historical heroes.
- tackles Which I tackles him twice.
- neckties "Then, David, you ought to buy yourself a new fall suit," said Frances, "and you need more neckties.