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Correct spelling for TIG

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  • big We give each the courage-" "I've always been frightened," she said slowly, "always when anything big comes along-always.
  • dig "Give me the funny thing," replied Don briskly, "and here is a comic porter who will dig out the trunk.
  • fig Some of these are shown in Fig.
  • gig "But, papa, the gig is at the door.
  • jig Come on, Charlie-you, too, Jig-get your cars and let's go!
  • pig I'm a hot-headed creature; but I am not pig-headed.
  • rig "And 'im adding insult to injury telling us to get a noo rig-out, and keep the change for our trouble.
  • tag He took the tag from Tresslyn's coat and handed it back to the waiter.
  • ti But first he struck his instrument, and ran over a short prelude, which may be imagined by a series of false notes, running as follows:- Ti-tum, titum, tilly-lilly, tilly-lilly, ti-tum, titum, tilly-lilly, tilly-lilly, ti-tum, ti.
  • tia Selling souvenirs to tourists, who come daily on sightseeing coaches from Coronado Beach and San Diego, is the principal pastime of the natives of Tia Juana.
  • tic To make a tic-tac a long string, a pin and a small nail are all that is required.
  • tie " Tie them up," Stan ordered.
  • tin After that Martin stayed on in the cabin with the baby.
  • ting I nefer had a ting to happen like dot in my life,' said he.
  • tip But I've got the straight tip, and I know what I am talking about.
  • tog They are p. 2 tog. or p-n. The latter means purl narrow.
  • trig She was about to reach out a hand to draw the portieres side, when they parted; and Langdon Jesse confronted her. He was trig in a big, overweight way in his lounging suit of grey; but the pallor of excitement had overspread his naturally waxy face, and his attempt at the debonair manner was proclaimed to be a mere assumption by the trembling of his hands and the huskiness of his voice when he spoke.
  • tug I thought I felt a tug.
  • twig Suddenly a twig was heard to snap in the thicket before him.
  • wig The lady chose you because she thought your wig and gown becoming.
  • Til We hae nae business to luik til her for naething!
  • Tim "No; it was Leetil Tim," returned the girl, with a low musical laugh.
  • MIG Menenius: Hvis I mig skjaenke vil det som I have Kun lidet af, Taalmodighed, jeg mener, Jeg Eder Mavens Svar da skal fortaelle.

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