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By Wednesday, in the aftermath of Woods’s survival of a terrifying car accident near Los Angeles, those tiptop players in their 20s and early 30s had come to see Woods as something else.
"You are running it in staving, tiptop, first-class style," Clemens wrote to Bliss.
A little later the very tiptop of the mountain begins to show, floating like an island in an ocean of mist.
THE BOY SCOUTS OF BOB'S HILLCHARLES PIERCE BURTON
The tiptop of aged trees usually is a dead snag, surrounded by living, up-curved side branches from the trunk.
YOUR NATIONAL PARKSENOS A. MILLS
Bobby climbed to the tiptop of one of the great branches where he looked like a “little cherub that sits up aloft.”
You ranged the dessert on the sideboard, for you must have dessert, to use those tiptop finger-bowls.
MARRIED LIFEMAY EDGINTON
For the first time in his life he had climbed to the tiptop of an elm tree.
WILD FOLKSAMUEL SCOVILLE
To her inquiry how I was, I told her "Tiptop," which she didn't seem to understand.
At first there seems to be a mighty lot of just flat scenery, with tall trees that have all their branches at the tiptop.
THE ANNALS OF ANNKATE TRIMBLE SHARBER
They were camped in a notch on the tiptop of a long divide, a thousand feet above the general level.
NORTH OF FIFTY-THREEBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR

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