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That single "Ting" always meant one of two things—one o'clock or a half-hour.
The name Tingri is said to be derived from the noise (“ting”) made by the falling stone.
MOUNT EVEREST THE RECONNAISSANCE, 1921CHARLES KENNETH HOWARD-BURY
Ise gwine straight off ter markit dis minit and Ill see dat it get sont off ter de right pusson for Ise done anudder ting.
THREE LITTLE WOMENGABRIELLE E. JACKSON
"Good ting to hab de larsh mout, Misser Mongo,—eat de more—lib de longer," said Billy.
"Your mind is widely opened, esteemed," replied Lao Ting respectfully.
In spite of the admittedly rough-edged nature of Hoa-mi's leave-taking, Lao Ting retraced his steps in an exalted frame of mind.
When Lao Ting reached his uninviting room the last pretence of daylight had faded.
When Lao Ting awoke it was still night, but the room was no longer entirely devoid of light.
When he had read to the end, Lao Ting endeavoured to indicate by a sign that he wished to turn the page.

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confabulateverb (used without object) | [kuhn-fab-yuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION
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