Of course, it might wind up with people thinking both of us are ta-ta!
You'll say it's the long and the short of it—ta-ta at present.'
“Ta-ta” he hummed, nodding his head, and beating time with a finger.
But the spirit of home had deserted the place; Ta-ta was still at Newcastle.
The name, presumably, is a contraction of the words "Ta-ta, Tango."
When the child is taken away, he often says ta-ta loudly, also, atta in a whisper.
He expressed his delight every now and then by uttering the syllables "ta-ta."
This astonished her Majesty vastly, and caused her to ta-ta at a great rate.
He grinned teasingly, “Ta-ta,” and went off, leaving turmoil behind him.
Lilias can please herself, but, as soon as Mr. Bowden lets me leave school, I shall say 'Ta-ta!