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  • Dolly(Definition of dolly)
  • "and your clothes, sir," cried dolly, running up in hot terror, as soon as the danger was over; "your clothes are spoiled sadly.

  • Dali(Definition of dali)
  • Addictive tv on front cover of outline magazine + interview addictive tv in songlines magazine interview in huffington post addictive tv interviewed in colorising german/swiss tv interview on 10vor10 live interview on television news channel france 24 (link to radio show) addictive tv interviewed on "rock 'n' soul" on french national radio le mouv article in uk newspaper the times "cobra starship, addictive tv and salvador dali" :: pedia digest- the interesting parts of wikipedia dj vibe website interview by alec empire (atari teenage riot) interview in mondo magazine interview with addictive tv founders interview on clubbing & music website partysan

  • Tail(Definition of tail)
  • Jack belllounds's form was tail, with a promise of his father's bulk.

  • Dual(Definition of dual)
  • In advising the dual line of operation, parma's original intention was to get his army across by surprise.

  • Drill(Definition of drill)
  • For i myself am constrained to drill it every day.

  • Udall
  • Sir richard sackville, ascham's particular friend, on the contrary, bitterly deplored the hindrance and injury which he had suffered as a boy from the harshness of his teacher; and udall himself carried his oppression so far as to offend his employers and procure his dismissal.

  • Dale(Definition of dale)
  • Up hill and down dale he ran, until he was well-nigh exhausted; and, just when he was beginning to feel that his legs would not carry him any further, he saw a great castle in front of him, the door of which was standing wide open.

  • Delay(Definition of delay)
  • Further delay was out of the question.

  • Idyll(Definition of idyll)
  • The latter passage is, however, more directly based upon one in the idyll of bion on adonis.

  • Dial(Definition of dial)
  • He was almost come to the sun-dial when i determined to cry out.

  • Della
  • And so we come to the della robbias, without whose joyous, radiant art florence would be only half as beautiful as she is.

  • Dally(Definition of dally)
  • "dally wouldn't like that, and i shouldn't like it.

  • Til
  • There will be one gallon of the sugar and water more than the cask will hold at first: this must be kept to fill up as the liquor works off, as it is necessary that the cask should be kept full, til it has done working.

  • Daley
  • "not on your life," said daley.

  • Dully(Definition of dully)
  • It was a long time before the lantern was ready, and it burned so dully that heideck preferred to use the electric lamp which he always carried with him as well as his revolver.

  • Dialed
  • This does not apply for mobile phone numbers and voip numbers, where the area code must always be dialed.

  • Dials
  • My way lay through st. giles's and the seven dials, and there i did see life and did hear english too, english as she was spoke in those parts, perhaps as she is to this day; but as i pass that way now, i don't come across it; the hand of time has been moving across the seven dials, and all the old landmarks are gone.

  • Tall(Definition of tall)
  • A tall chief and jim girty were among them."

  • Dills
  • In the film, she takes the place of rachel haverford and is now dills aunt.

  • Deal(Definition of deal)
  • I owe my first brief to her, and a good deal else beside."

  • All(Definition of all)
  • There, that is all i know about it!

  • Till(Definition of till)
  • "neither did i till i came here.

  • Doily(Definition of doily)
  • The lady is a tramp" (carol burnett) "you light up my life" (carol burnett) movie parodies: the african queen (carol burnett and steve lawrence) the postman always rings twice (carol burnett, harvey korman and steve lawrence) "the doily sisters" (carol burnett and vicki lawrence) favorite moments: "the night the lights went out in georgia" (vicki lawrence) "s-p-l-i-t" (vicki lawrence) "the brown derby" (carol burnett, bob hope and bing crosby) "newscaster" (tim conway) "columbo" (tim conway) "hand insurance" (carol burnett and dick van dyke) "the family" – the psychiatrist (carol burnett, vicki lawrence and craig richard nelson) scrapbook: "magic bird of fire" (the ernie flatt dancers) bloopers and outtakes "charwoman": "im so glad we had this time together" (carol burnett)

  • Doll(Definition of doll)
  • "in my pocket," the penny doll answered.

  • Dill(Definition of dill)
  • They come along through the back parlor, lucy lookin' back, mr. dill white as a sheet, 'n' hiram walkin' like a snow-plough as isn'tsure how long it can keep on makin' it.

  • Darla
  • Beckett and the other members of the "q zoo" (darla jaye and scott winters) left wklq on september 12, 1995.

  • Tally(Definition of tally)
  • "i'm not coming with you," dollar had said, even when the description seemed to tally.

  • Dilly(Definition of Dilly)
  • Dilly had outgrown her little pallet, though at first she declared the high posts were the little brown men grown into giants, who would carry her away.

  • Dull(Definition of dull)
  • Do you find it dull over here?"

  • It'll
  • "it'll be lots of fun," added laddie.

  • Daily(Definition of daily)
  • Then she tried to fancy how it would have been with her had she seen daily before her throckmorton and jacqueline's married happiness.

  • Ill(Definition of ill)
  • He would be good to her as he would never have thought of had he not ill-used her so!

  • Diwali
  • On the night of diwali, riya (aliya singh) gets locked down in the basement of her office.

  • Del
  • Several lay stretched on the ground seriously wounded; the rest fled with loud shouts towards the porta del popolo.

  • Dell(Definition of dell)
  • The very oldest of the trees, gnarled mighty oaks, crowd about the brink of this dell.

  • Dialog(Definition of dialog)
  • Bebop style also influenced the beat generation whose spoken-word style drew on african-american "jive" dialog, jazz rhythms, and whose poets often employed jazz musicians to accompany them.

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