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  • ate For two days she neither ate nor spoke.
  • atm The incumbent may also provide transmission services to its competitors, using its Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) or IP network, to carry competitors traffic from the digital subscriber line access multiplexer (DSLAM) to a higher level in the network hierarchy where new entrants may already have a point of presence (e.
  • atom It isn't even expensive or difficult, as atom bombs are."
  • em "The more you know em the more you have to love em.
  • emitter Americium-241 is an alpha emitter with a half-life of 432.
  • idiom His English, in itself, was no small charm, for, though he had conquered his w's and th's, his use of idiom was ever new.
  • item Redfeather tracked down the last item he needed and fairly bounced to his feet.
  • otter There was a tame otter in Northumberland, which also followed his master wherever he went.
  • stem Then she called softly, "Come, come, Tom Thumb," and as she finished calling she put the stem of the cherries between her lips.
  • tam De English don't ack square dat tam, Don't geev de habitants no show, So 'long come Wolfred Nelson Wit' Louis Joseph Papineau.
  • tame Your mouths are your own, and you can blow off to suit your fancy, but if any one thinks I'm a tame coyote to be poked with a stick-!"
  • team "I guess he's on the first team.
  • teem When it is remembered that the Great Barrier Reef of Queensland-"one of the most valuable possessions of the state"-has a length of 1,250 miles; that some of its outlying reefs extend as far from the coast as 150 miles; that some approach as close as 10 or 12 miles; that the average distance of the outer edge from the coast-line is 30 miles; that it embraces an area of 80,000 geographical square miles, and that its corals, continuous and detached and isolated, teem with life, it is impossible to repress feelings of astonishment, wonder, and admiration.
  • term "You do not think the term strong enough?
  • time Have you been here all the time?
  • timer An Old Timer During the midsummer of 1854, James Lynn and William Lynn started across the prairies from Westport, Missouri, to find homes in Kansas.
  • tm Advertiser Funded Programming is one of the ways the Battle of the Chefs: Harare managed to fund 2 Seasons (Season 2 & 3) with funding from the leading supermarket in Zimbabwe TM Pick n Pay.
  • tom Oh, don't you, Tom?
  • tome It had been my intention to make a few extracts from this portion of the volume showing later developments in the legends of the Drachenfels, and others of more than ordinary interest, but I find that with the departure of Boswell for the night the treasured hand-book disappeared with him; but, as I have already stated, if I can secure his consent to do so I will some day have the book copied off on more material substance than that employed in the original manuscript, so that the useful little tome may be printed and scattered broadcast over a waiting and appreciative world.
  • totem They disembarked, approached slowly, peered at the totem, and saluted with upraised palms.
  • tum Here is the cloak: when you want to go traveling on it, say 'Abracadabra, dum, dum, dum'; when you want to come back again, say 'Abracadabra, tum tum ti.
  • ute It would take water stronger than the common alkaline pools contained to reach the morals of a heathen Ute.
  • utter Never utter that dreadful word.
  • Idem The passage certainly seems to me to imply a different conception from the ordinary classical views of the life after death, the dark and dismal plains of Erebus peopled with ghosts; and the passage I have italicised would chime in well with the conception of a continuance of youth (idem spiritus) in Tir na n-Og (orbe alio).
  • I'm " I'm giving you a chance, Colonel.
  • It It is John Meredith."
  • Tim And Tim muttered, "All right, keep your hair on, Ben!"
  • items I had sold quite a few items to my brothers without cash.
  • DEM Fust he's boun' fo' to take dat hoss what's done win all dem good dollahs.
  • ITO Where were Admiral Ito and the Japanese fleet?
  • DIEM Poetry is as contagious as measles, and if a single case of it break out in any social circle, or in a school, there are certain to be a number of similar cases, some slight, some serious, and now and then one so malignant that the subject of it should be put on a spare diet of stationery, say from two to three penfuls of ink and a half sheet of notepaper per diem.
  • AIRTIME One theory states that many adult contemporary stations play less newer music because they also give ample airtime to hits of the past, so the de-emphasis on new songs slows the progression of the AC chart.

15 words made from the letters ittem

4 letter words made from ittem:

3 letter words made from ittem:

tie, tet, mit, tit, mei.

5 letter words made from ittem:

mitte.

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