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- brad It was slightly over a mile before they found one, and Zircon pulled off the road to let Brad Connel and Ruiz go by.
- grad Mairg na tri lucht a n-iffirn uathmar anside: oes dogni dan, oes choilles grad, oes amsaine.
- rad "So is Rad Sampson," said Tom, with a little grimace.
- tad At other times they invaded the McClellans' house, where they were allowed to play with the baby and where General and Mrs. McClellan were very kind to them, and of course they never missed a review, even riding in the staff, when the bridle of Willie's horse was held by the Duc de Chartres and Budd's by the Comte de Paris, while Hally and Tad rode in front of the aides, sitting as erect and stiff as if they were the chief features in the parade.
- toad Labourers say that sometimes in grubbing out the butt of an old tree- previously sawn down-they have found a toad in a cavity of the solid wood, and look upon it as a great wonder.
- trad 1704-1717 Les Mille et une Nuits, Contes Arabes, trad.
- trade There is always more or less uncertainty in trade, and even the most skilful and careful manager may lose money by circumstances over which he has no control.
- tram A tram car took Miss T. and myself to Leith, and after sundry inquiries, we found ourselves in front of an ordinary tin-shop, over which the name 'Slimon' was painted in large letters of gold-an unlikely-looking place, we thought, to take tickets for such an important voyage.
- trap "There's a mouse in room 112 who doesn't want a trap by his front door," the janitor said simply.
- tray Burford brought out the tea-tray and Mrs. Conover poured out tea.
- tread Onwards and upwards we went in silence, and with slow and measured tread, keeping at distances of about twelve feet apart.
- triad Churches, schools and individuals are beginning at last to seriously consider the teaching of morals and religion and as they give themselves to the task of laying down practical workable plans, suddenly as if it were a new revelation comes the fact that the individual is a triad and she must be taught as such.
- Trod I live now in a mansion in Iddesleigh Gate; that ambition of mine, my spur in the past, is becoming a mere desire that when I go my successor shall find all in working order to his hand; and so the shabby brown earth I once trod has taken the lightsome blue of distance, and many things are seen through a sheen that, perhaps, never was there.
- Thad Ses I, "Kernel, the truth is, you are just now in swimmin with Greeley, an Sumner, an Wilson, an Lovejoy, an Thad.
- Tran election results: Tran Duc LUONG elected president; percent of National Assembly vote - NA%
- diamond-encrusted On the floor lay a diamond-encrusted watch, ticking faintly, and a gold mesh bag, evidently flung from under the pillow by the movements of the sleeper.
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