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For some scenes a pho-tog-ra-pher's screens were used for a back-ground.
Phytography, fī-tog′raf-i, n. the department of botany relating to the particular description of species of plants.
Polyautography, pol-i-aw-tog′ra-fi, n. the art of multiplying copies of one's own handwriting.
Say, did you fellows stop to tog up before you came to the fire?
THE WINNING TOUCHDOWNLESTER CHADWICK
Poens daret4 utrum vellet succlmantibus, Fabius, excuss5 tog, bellum s dare dcit.
SELECTIONS FROM VIRI ROMAECHARLES FRANOIS L'HOMOND
Tautog, taw-tog′, n. a labroid fish of the United States Atlantic coast.
Lets get a lot of Freshmen, tog up in masks, or with pillow cases over our heads, and leave the warning at his door.
The lad could control the others of the pack; but he was helpless against Tog.
We went to a football meeting,” explained Tom, as he shed his ordinary raiment and proceeded to “tog up.
THE WINNING TOUCHDOWNLESTER CHADWICK
Then finding that some part of his hunting tog requires attention, he consumes unlimited hours on the task.
JOHNNY LONGBOWROY J. SNELL

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