Correct spelling for TUR

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  • bur Number 3. Kat-ta ga-roo, Ngia Bur-na-ri-noo.
  • cur I have long played the cur, snapping and snarling...
  • fur The robes were characteristic of the Northern Indians; beads, buckskin and fur.
  • tar They were in their shirt-sleeves, some with Guernsey frocks and wide canvas trousers, smeared with grease and tar.
  • tor And on King Arthur's side there came the King of Ireland and the King of Scotland, the noble prince Sir Galahaut, Sir Gawain and his brothers Sir Agravain and Sir Gaheris, Sir Ewaine, Sir Tor, Sir Perceval, and Sir Lamoracke, Sir Lancelot also and his kindred, Sir Lionel, Sir Ector, Sir Bors and Sir Bedivere, likewise Sir Key and the most part of the Table Round.
  • tour The chief had, Lily told me, spent several months there; and had, besides, made a tour with our missionary friend, Martin Godfrey, for the purpose of being instructed in gospel truth, which he was most anxious to impart to his countrymen.
  • tub "Your father, Sairay, he's-he's-the Nautilus went to pieces, like the tub she wor, and he's"- "Drowned!"
  • tug I never can get you by there without a regular tug," cried Laura, when the tale was very briefly told.
  • tum One day after he had grown to manhood he went down to the city of Pa- Tum to see the work on the new granaries which were being built.
  • tun Remained in the tun about 80 hours, or until it attenuated to 74, or twelve degrees over the heat it was pitched at; used over the surface of the tun, at cleansing, four pound of ground ginger, half a pound of bay salt, with half a peck of wheat flour well mixed, roused the tun well.
  • turf For hardly was he safe on the turf again when he heard a sharp cry.
  • turk The Turk, however, still remains to me the "unspeakable Turk."
  • turn It's the boy's turn to make good now.
  • tux Lady Nina" – 3:43 (B-Side of "Kayleigh", 1985, released as a separate single in the USA, 1986) "Freaks" – 4:04 (B-Side of "Lavender", 1985, live version released as a separate single in 1988) " Tux On" – 5:12 (B-Side of "Sugar Mice", 1987) "Margaret" (Live) – 12:17 (B-Side of "Garden Party", recorded at Edinburgh Playhouse, 7 April 1983) Tracks 1–4 and 9 produced by Nick Tauber; Track 5 produced by Simon Hanhart and Marillion; Tracks 6–8 produced by Chris Kimsey.
  • ur If there are, as I trust there are, middle-aged, or even old men, who would leave this Ur of the Chaldees, with all its unworthy past, and make for a better country, do not, I plead with you, be discouraged by anything I have said.
  • Our That's something like our railroad troubles.
  • Tue Dunque, se mai di me ti calse o cale, Figlio, l' armi tue prendi, E questa folle accendi Di vilissimo amor d' uomo mortale.
  • Tut Bless my soul, tut, tut."
  • Tu Aye tenk I yust keep on a-running, lak yu tal me tu last night.
  • TR The structure of the poem is similar to that of Tr V ii.
  • EUR Eur. He shall be ever here.
  • THUR " Thur I saddled my mar, an' then rid back to git my gun, an', perhaps, to give ole Eph'm a fresh taste o' lead.

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