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Ruth sat quite still for a tine, with face intent and flushed.
THE GILDED AGE, PART 2.MARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS) AND CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER
It fell across the man's arm but slid harmlessly to the ground, and he put a tine through it.
I have no doubt, had the animal lived another year, the second extra tine would have been developed.
In the third year an extra front branch is formed, known as the tres-tine.
The second basal tine or bez antler is generally present, even in the second pair of horns assumed.
Auntie Tine screamed in Auntie Rine's ear, in a moment of sudden and not yet perfect lucidity.
SMALL SOULSLOUIS COUPERUS
Auntie Tine screamed, gradually more and more shrilly, always thinking that she was whispering in her deaf sister's ear.
SMALL SOULSLOUIS COUPERUS
But by this tine he was 'a great big boy', and he had caught sight of a young woman who took his fancy on his trip to Macon.
Tine (pronounced tee´ne) a covered wooden box with handle on top.
Karsten and I ran ahead and Ingeborg, the maid, came struggling after us with our big green tine.

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