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The seven remaining contests are all viewed as safe for one party or the other, but there are a few interesting tidbits worth mentioning.
Without this tidbit, the investigators might have overlooked some patients, allowing the infected to unknowingly continue transmitting the disease.
Embarrassing tidbits were doled out over a period of weeks by WikiLeaks, disrupting the Clinton campaign with distracting news stories.
I draw out our conversation with small talk about medical school, Stanford, California weather—tidbits from Fox’s life that distract me, just briefly, from my own.
Before Jump starts any meal prep, he pulls some sort of tidbit out to tide everyone over.
When it had finished its tidbit, the old man had also finished the packing up and putting away of his purchases.
He leaned over her tenderly; she fluttered her wings and opened her mouth, and he dropped into it the tidbit he had brought.
A BIRD-LOVER IN THE WESTOLIVE THORNE MILLER
It stands in the same relationship as a tidbit to an animal as a beaver's tail does to a trapper.
MINK TRAPPINGA. R. (ARTHUR ROBERT) HARDING
That evening the flesh of the beavers went into the kettle, and their oily tails—the greatest tidbit of all—were fried in a pan.
UNGAVA BOBDILLON WALLACE
He was always on the watch for some extra tidbit—always rooting about to find some dainty that others had overlooked.
THE TALE OF GRUNTY PIGARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY

WORDS RELATED TO TIDBIT

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sine dieadverb | [sahy-nee -dahy-ee, sin-ey-dee-ey; Latin si-ne -dee-e ]SEE DEFINITION