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  • atsugewi Curtis, a photographer and author in the 1920s, gave an estimate of there being 240 Atsugewi and 985 Achomawi in 1910.
  • take Diodoros himself could not take his eyes off the elephants.
  • task "It will save me an unpleasant task if he doesn't come. once you've lost yourself to the acceptance mask, well could you find yourself? it's not a simple task. – Caboose by snap
  • tax He did not forget to tax the enemy wherever he went.
  • teach Captain Teach and the New York captain stood looking on.
  • tech "But this mining business? But, of course, you were educated for it at the Tech--"
  • thick Boil all these together until they be very thick.
  • though I admired your attack on Sir Edward immensely, though of course I don't agree with a word of it.
  • thus Thus, father, I beseech thee let it be."
  • tissue The interior tissue, at first whitish, afterwards of a more or less deep brown colour, is formed of extremely long parallel filaments from .
  • touch Do not touch me!
  • tough I should imagine it a tough battle to come.
  • twice Think twice, Mr. Stirling.
  • ties You had abandoned me, and I felt that all ties to this world were over.
  • Took The miller took the little one in his arms and kissed it.
  • These These went home promptly.
  • This "Tell me this, Mr Larssen.
  • Those He isn't one of those.
  • Taxes It has been taxed by you and sold by you for taxes.
  • Toys Then he must have fitted on to him the shining silver trinkets; which he does, the great grinning giant, pleased with his toys.
  • takes Lactantius takes notice of this Deity.
  • tasks I have uttered the warning which I felt would be necessary to a clearer understanding, and a better discharge, of the tasks lying ahead of it.
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