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Possible correct spellings for tyhen
- den Quite likely there's a den under the cabin."
- doyen "All history," writes Professor Marshall of Cambridge, the doyen of Political Economy in England, "is full of the record of inefficiency caused in varying degrees by slavery, serfdom, and other forms of civil and political oppression and repression."
- hahn " Hahn may not be much of a mathematician," I suggested.
- han If I kept my face to the front, and hunched over so as to conceal my size, no driver of a following car would suspect that I was not a Han like himself.
- hen Ase knows, for he was the one Mrs. Dorsett got to go up after Hen."
- hoyden Sylvia's advice struck me as being very sensible, and I therefore resolved to act upon it, and endeavor to make them consider me quite a different character from the hoyden Amy.
- hun Hun Boldon received me with coldness and pride.
- taken 970. Was any objection taken by Messrs.
- tan Joe lifted his hat in greeting, his cheeks flushing through the tan, for his heart would jump furiously whenever he came into this girl's presence.
- tarn The receptacle in which I found the water I have called the Tarn of Auber, after Allan Poe's beautiful lines, in which that name appears, as I thought them appropriate to the spot.
- teen It meant the brightest group of teen-agers, youngsters who were willing to play with ideas and understandings of physics and chemistry and astronomy that most of their contemporaries considered "too hard work."
- teeny " Teeny-weeny bits-little as that," Frank whined, still in character, and showing a small finger-nail.
- ten But I'll give you a ten per cent.
- tern The animals met with here during the Hecla's stay were principally reindeer, bears, foxes, kittiwakes, glaucus and ivory gulls, tern, eider-ducks, and a few grouse.
- then Then what is to be done, Mr. Mangan?
- tighten There was nothing to do except to tighten one's belt, and to write editorials showing up the selfishness of the farming class and prophesying the improvement of the currency.
- tin Tossing his lantern to Bob Turner, he seized the tin case and scampered down the ladder stairs with a speed nothing but habit could have secured.
- tine The programme finally agreed upon included a pathway of boughs strewn with wild flowers from the steamboat landing, across the planking, over the cobbles, under the old Gate of William of Orange, and so on to the door of the inn; the appointment of Tine, dressed in a Zeeland costume belonging to her grand-mother, as special envoy, to meet him with a wreath of laurel, and Johann in short clothes-also heirlooms-was to walk by his side as First Groom of the Bed Chamber.
- tn 1084: Tn. romayn; F. Romayne.
- token At the other end of the sala, a considerable journey, there hung a token of the later and Mexican family in possession.
- ton Mais le dernier de ces preux, Etait un pauvre Chartreux, Qui disait, d'un ton robuste, "Benedictions sur le Juste!
- tone "Then, Jack," exclaimed Peter in a decided tone, "there is something in it.
- tonne Usant en citoyen du pouvoir arbitraire, Aigle de Jupiter, mais ami de la paix, Il gouverne la foudre, et ne tonne jamais.
- torn But the dogs would hang on for dear life, till their nails were torn away and their paws were bleeding.
- toughen Out here the greatest pleasure is after the swim to be in the air and let the sun and wind dry and toughen one. No chill, no cold, just a pleasant glow.
- towhee Called also: GROUND ROBIN; TOWHEE; TOWHEE BUNTING; TOWHEE GROUND FINCH; GRASEL
- town Well, thank goodness, we hadn't left town.
- tun In a building adjoining the castle, is the famed Tun of Heidelberg, constructed by one of the electors at the suggestion of his buffoon, whose statue is placed near this enormous tun, which can contain 326,000 bottles.
- tune A tune or two might not come in amiss after lunch, but to have him hanging about the shrubberies all the morning would be intolerable.
- turn Woburn took a turn in the room.
- twine He took out his pocket- knife, cut the twine, unwrapped the books, and handed them back to her.
- tying It seemed to me that Captain Alban had come to point out the only thing I could possibly do; I dressed myself in haste, and tying all my worldly possessions in a handkerchief I went on board.
- typhoon A poorga is a kind of Arctic typhoon justly dreaded on this coast, for its fury is only equalled by the suddenness with which it overtakes the traveller.
- tyson "We want to put this mill through briskly, gentlemen," announced Midshipman Tyson, in a low tone.
- Hayden From him I learned that, although Mr. Hayden was supposed to be dead and buried, there was no positive proof of it; the body recovered had been in the water three weeks and was consequently almost unrecognisable.
- Tahoe He was in love with a girl at his university, equally poor and equally plucky; but because she was earning dollars as a waitress at the tavern, the boy thought Tahoe a place "where you couldn't help being happy."
- Tyrone In two others, Tyrone and Fermanagh, Nationalists were about 55 per cent of the electorate.
- Taine Taine describes the splendid scene in which Balzac once told Mad.
- HON W. E. Gladstone; the Right Hon.
- TENN C. S. A. Spencer, 82 O. E. L. Smith, 19 U.S. J. P. Singer, 33 O. A. P. Seuter, 2 E. Tenn.
- Cohen It is small pleasure for a mother to hush the hunger-cry of her children, but that was all the joy that was left to Mrs. Cohen.
- tween "O, Miss Hawley, 'tween you an' me, here's a sore trial fur you," said daddy to a pale-faced, delicate looking woman, who met him at the cabin door with looks of alarm.
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