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  • dag Blanck, Dag, "Two Churches, One Community: The Augustana Synod and the Covenant Church, 1860–1920," Swedish-American Historical Quarterly 63 (April–July 2012), 158–73.
  • dig Then she took a stick and began carefully to dig around it.
  • fiji Her husband is also one of the highest chiefs in Fiji, and speaks good English.
  • gait When I wished to quicken his gait, the horse broke at once.
  • haj Ayatollah Seyyed Haj Muhammad-Hassan Jazayeri was born in 1270 (1892) in the city of Qom, Iran.
  • ta Gif her ta tog's heart of him in her teeth, and she'll pe tearing it-tearing it-tearing it!
  • tab Like other boys who are made too comfortable at home, he saw no necessity to exert himself, and at the age of thirty he was still living at home, more of a hindrance than a help in the domestic economy, his usefulness being limited to doing odd jobs around the house and keeping tab on the lodgers' accounts.
  • tack The stranger had put the helm a-lee, while speaking, and by the time the order he had given was uttered, the quick-working boat was about, and nearly filled on the other tack.
  • tacky Peter Stack, reviewing the film for the San Francisco Chronicle, suggested that "Two aspects of A Boy Called Hate are definitely worth the trip to the Lumiere, where the film opens today: James Caan's look-alike son, Scott, plays the lead role, and writer-director Mitch Marcus succeeds in capturing the grim essence of Los Angeles arid outskirts as a tacky wasteland.
  • taco Taco Bennett, member of pop group Odd Future Ted Bennett (born 1940), American politician Thomas Bennett, Jr.
  • tact It seemed to her that the Rector was not exactly showing tact.
  • tad When Father Brown and Uncle Tad came back the children ran eagerly to them.
  • taegu
  • tag
  • tail
  • taipei
  • take
  • taker
  • taking
  • talc
  • talk
  • talkie
  • tam
  • tan
  • tank
  • tao
  • tap
  • tapir
  • tar
  • task
  • tat
  • tau
  • tax
  • taxi
  • tc
  • teak
  • ti
  • tibia
  • tic
  • tick
  • tie
  • tier
  • tiger
  • tin
  • tip
  • tko
  • tog
  • tojo
  • trig
  • tug
  • twig
  • tx
  • Tali
  • Tarsi
  • Til
  • Cai Some fermented products contain lactic acid bacteria, including pickled vegetables, tempeh, miso, kefir, buttermilk or karnemelk, kimchi, pao cai, sauerkraut, and soy sauce.
  • Tami
  • Tamika
  • Tim
  • Maj Sidney F. Gilbert, Carl J. Gilbert, H. N. Gilchrist, Huntington Gillin, John P. Gilpatric, Roswell L. Gleason, S. Everett Glennan, T. Keith Goheen, Robert F. Goldberg, Arthur J. Goodhart, Arthur L. Goodpaster, Maj.
  • Tammi
  • Tania
  • Taine
  • Tics
  • tags
  • TGIF
  • ADJ ASPRE, adj. sharp, bitter, T. iv. 827, 847, 1501, v. 265; B 4. p 4. 186, p 5. 23; vexatious, B 3. p 8. 12; cruel, B 2. p 8. 23; fierce, hardy, 7. 23; Aspere, irritable, irritated, B 2. p 1. 72.
  • Meiji Throughout the centuries including the present era of Meiji, it is the Shinto religion that has provided and that still provides religious sanctions for the social order-even for the new social order that has come in from the West.
  • taiga
  • tang

3 words made from the letters taiji

4 letter words made from taiji:

jati.

3 letter words made from taiji:

tia, tai.

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