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  • awaited Three unusually silent young women met in Miss Archer's living-room office the next morning and awaited their opportunity to see the principal.
  • tainted Far better to be away than to breathe the tainted air of tyranny.
  • tilted Half way down the square where them men are settin' tilted back talkin' hard times-that's what they're doin' if I can't hear 'em.
  • tinted Her loose robe of crimson silk, her dark hair hanging in a single braid, and her olive-tinted skin presented a glowing picture.
  • tweed In conversation with him was a powerful man dressed in a yellow tweed suit and green scarf.
  • twilled It is true that her light-brown hair was cropped behind like a boy's, and was dressed in front in a number of flat rings, that lay quite away from her face; but there was no sort of coiffure that could make Miss Nancy's cheek and neck look otherwise than pretty; and when at last she stood complete in her silvery twilled silk, her lace tucker, her coral necklace, and coral ear-drops, the Miss Gunns could see nothing to criticise except her hands, which bore the traces of butter-making, cheese-crushing, and even still coarser work.
  • twined She twined her arms more tightly about his neck until the sunny curls brushed his cheek.
  • twinned Besiegers scattered and fled in panic as twinned beams of dreadful light and heat scourged their hiding places.
  • twisted And as for Mrs. Pache, why, her arm was quite twisted .
  • twister The prophecy about the tordbudella, the 'entrail twister ?
  • twit Is it kind to twit your father- She protested more impatiently still.
  • twitter Is this more pleasant to you than the whir Of meadow lark, and its sweet roundelay, Or twitter of little fieldfares, as you take Your nooning in the shade of bush and brake?
  • Tided But so far as England was concerned, the crisis was tided over by the usual method of compromise.
  • Tooted People shouted, automobiles tooted; the soldiers whooped on the trail.
  • Toted I made the chauffeur help me, and together we toted the wounded man to my car, and put him in the tonneau.
  • Waited I've waited long enough.
  • Whited I think before His great white throne, His throne of spotless light, That whited sepulchres shall wear The hue of endless night.
  • Witted The half-witted creature did not seem to see the point of this remark.
  • Totted The young owner I'd like to be able to describe; I don't think I have ever seen such perfection of finish of dress, and even form; his complexion was palest coffee-colour, teeth perfectly white and symmetrical, cap and jacket of the most delicate finish, silk shoes and white socks, and baggy trousers, all as if split new and of perfection of workmanship, and he totted up his accounts and did all the business with a polished self-possessed manner!
  • Touted The hotel and boarding-house touters touted, so far as they were concerned, in vain.
  • Twigged "He, Young Davey, twigged it.
  • Twinged As to sleeping, for him it was impossible; whenever his ideas began to fall into that sort of confusion which precedes sleep, suddenly he felt as if his heart were struck or twinged, and he started with the recollection that some dreadful thing had happened, and wakened to the sense of guilt and all its horrors.
  • Twirled I'm swaggering into the City of London for Capital-with a great big C." Marmaduke twirled his little moustache.
  • Twitched "That belonged-" his lips twitched-"that belonged to the man who took from me my twin sister.
  • Twitted And yet the advocate of temperance is twitted with his negligence of other causes which are perhaps as necessary; and he who pleads for foreign missions is reminded that we have heathen at home.
  • twits He twits at me because I don't understand Parliament and the British Constitution, but I know more of them than he does about a woman.
  • tatted They knitted ties and stockings, and crocheted waistcoats and comforters and hoods for the North Sea fishermen, and one even tatted .
  • tweeted
  • dis-organized
  • epistemically
  • co-management ↑ Buck BH, Krause G and Rosenthal H (2004) "Extensive Open Ocean Aquaculture Development Within Wind Farms in Germany: The Prospect of Offshore Co-Management and Legal Constraints" Ocean & Coastal Management, 47: 95–1221 2 Grimes J (1999) "Competition for Common Property Space: New Hampshires Recreational and Open Ocean Aquaculture.

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