How to spell TIF correctly?
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List of suggestions on how to spell tif correctly
- ti If it had had any penetrating power-or rather if the bullets that it sent out, had any real kick behind them-the chances are that both "Miss Jackson" and Marti would be dead now.
- tia Don't think I believe anything against tia!
- tic I could tinker and tic-tac-toe on a piece of paper, but scorned the act with a Threnody, which was poured forth like blood and water on the groaning organ.
- tie That was why it was really a pity about the tie.
- tiff I entrusted the M.S. to my friend John Taylor, with whom I had just had the only tiff in my life.
- tin Martin thought of these things now as he had never done before.
- tip Only the top of his head and the tip of his trunk stuck out above the oats.
- If 2746. If a 30s.
- Til While the child ate, De Vac hastened to the lower floor of the building in search of Til, whom he now thoroughly mistrusted and feared.
- Tim "Just have Tim come here," he directed.
- RIF The Rif Dimashq offensive (Februaryâ€“April 2018), code-named Operation Damascus Steel, was a military offensive launched by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in February 2018 in a bid to capture the rebel-held eastern Ghouta suburb.
- TGIF Now considered Hawaii's term for "Thank God It's Friday" (TGIF), the phrase was used by Kimo Kahoano and Paul Natto in their 1982 song, "It's Aloha Friday, No Work til Monday", heard every Friday on Hawaii radio stations across the state.
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