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  • den I had won a warm carpet for my den and a large stock of meat. My mind warps and bends floats the wind count to ten Meet the twin Andre Ben. welcome to the lion's den – Aquemini by outkast
  • doyen Coverdale, as the doyen of the party, took upon himself to speak for us. He held himself erect and bowed much too stiffly to pass muster as a courtier.
  • hahn Well, Mr. Hahn , Mrs. Fischer began in answer to the announcement that her son had arrived, I suppose you are very glad to be rid of your charge.
  • han And it behovethe also, that the place, that men han pissed in, be halewed azen; and elles dar no man entren there inne.
  • hen "I'll get the car," said Hen , and was off like a flash.
  • hoyden Although she could be a hoyden still, it was quite as easy for her to assume the part of an elegant young lady, equipped for society with charming manners, a fastidious taste and indifferent ease.
  • hun If she needs must be drawn into the war- and so I believed, profoundly, from the time when I first learned the true measure of the Hun -I hoped that she might be ready when she drew her mighty sword.
  • taken They have taken her prisoner!"
  • tan The doctor is a young man, with brown hair and a mustache, horn-rimmed glasses, a blue tie and a tan -leather bag.
  • tarn Tarn, Antigonus Gonatas, p.
  • teen the adolescent tries to change the mind of the parent by asking the parent to explain the decision, sometimes using the information to continue to challenge the parent until certain that the answer would not change; and if the parent holds firm to his or her decision, the teen may start using abusive remarks and threats, harass the parent by following the parent around, and finally responding with verbal threats, physical force, emotional abuse, and often destruction of property or financial damage.
  • teeny "Her body's dark blue, with teeny red stripes," said Bones dreamily, "and all her fittings are nickel-plated--"
  • ten "A quarter past ten !
  • tern 218. Tern 3. Why did the Creator institute love?
  • then Doin' sportin' news then , wa'n't you?
  • tighten Then she learned to tie knots that would slip and tighten when pulled.
  • tin This last carried a tin can in his hand.
  • tine And last of all, he was seen also by me, as by one born out of due tine .
  • tn North Creek Primitive Baptist Church, Belhaven, NC Old Carroll Primitive Baptist Church, Point of Rocks, MD website Old Paths Primitive Baptist Church, Howardwick, TX Paradise Primitive Baptist Church, Arlington, TX Prattville Primitive Baptist Church, Prattville, AL Primitive Baptist Church, Nashville, TN Primitive Baptist Church of Brookfield, Slate Hill, NY Providence Primitive Baptist Church, Walter Hill, TN Radnor Primitive Baptist Church, Nashville, TN website Red Banks Primitive Baptist Church, Bell Fork, NC Republican Primitive Baptist Church, Haywood County, TN Robersonville Primitive Baptist Church, Robersonville, NC Rocky Mount Primitive Baptist Church, Arab, AL website Roswell Primitive Baptist Church, Roswell, NM - constituted 2016 St.
  • token All had prayed for her, but there had been no sign, no token of forgiveness.
  • ton The air which is within that box weighs one pound-a full pound; and I have calculated the weight of the air in this room,-you would hardly imagine it, but it is above a ton .
  • tone Look here, Ruth," he went on, in a different tone , "what do you think I am?
  • tonne The European Commission’s (EC) White Paper of 2001 on a ‘future chemical strategy’ proposed a system that requires chemicals manufactured in quantities of greater than 1 tonne to be ‘registered’, those manufactured in quantities greater than 100 tonne s to be ‘evaluated’, and certain substances of high concern (for example carcinogenic, mutagenic and toxic to reproduction - CMR’s) to be ‘authorised’.
  • torn They would have torn her in pieces, nothing could have saved her."
  • toughen Many a man may do a little desultory running daily, perhaps for a week or two together once a year, and not find his thighs enlarge or toughen materially.
  • towhee This variety is similar to the Canon Towhee but is browner, both above and below.
  • town "We understand Mrs. Carswell has left the house-and the town ," replied Gabriel.
  • tun In Munich this was, and perhaps still is, carried by brew masters on their tasting tours "to bring out the excellence of a freshly broached tun ."
  • tune He would not tune .
  • turn It was now the physician's turn .
  • twine When he had sealed the envelope and written her name above that of the town of Botetourt, he put it into his pocket and went down to the dining-room, where he found Mrs. Twine pouring steaming coffee into a row of broken cups.
  • tying As he was tying on the second paddle, Duff's eye fell on him.
  • typhoon The typhoon had embraced a diameter of about two leagues, and, like a violent hurricane, had upset and shattered everything it met during its course.
  • tyson "A man who lived with his master, in Anne Arundel county, came late one evening to Mr. Tyson , and begged that he would listen to his case.
  • utahan
  • Hayden He stood up, and in the light of the fire met Hayden .
  • Tahoe In the lakes of Washington and Oregon, and such as Tahoe , Donner and other large bodies of water in California, they reach a large size; fishes of ten and twelve pounds being not uncommon.
  • Tyrone James I.'s own excuse was that Tyrone and Tyrconnell, who owned the greater part of Ulster between them, had been implicated in the Gunpowder Plot.
  • Taine Taine gives us in his work on English Literature a Saxon description of life: "A bird flying from the dark, a moment in the light, then swiftly passing out into the darkness beyond."
  • HON In the course of an earnest conference at the Tuscarora House the evening of the quarry accident, the Hon .
  • TENN They took a route more to the east, and after walking about three hundred and fifty miles, which took them, I think, about twenty-one days altogether, they came out at Marysville, Tenn ., where they struck the Union lines, and were, after resting a few days, sent on to Washington, and from there to join their respective regiments.
  • Cohen Levey Cohen says I'll win, so does Jimmy.
  • tween Red rows the Nith 'tween bank and brae, Mirk is the night and rainie O, Though heaven and earth should mix in storm, I'll gang and see my Nanie O; My Nanie O, my Nanie O; My kind and winsome Nanie O, She holds my heart in love's dear bands, And nane can do 't but Nanie O.

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