That suits me fine, for I can't tat anyway.
Mrs. Rosenberg detected the cheat at once; and, as she was needing the money for the socks, she scolded Mandoline soundly, and pelted her pretty little hands, rat, tat, tat, with a steel thimble.
tates of the Sage, they had teazed him with questions and doubtful disputations.
We have remarked the want of judgment which Lord Dorset exhibited in his anxious patronage of the scholars and scribblers of his time,a trait which stood the Blackmores, Bradys, and Tates in good stead.
When such as Dryden and Pope lavished in preface and dedication their encomiums upon wealth and power, and waited eagerly for the golden guineas the bait might bring them, we have no right to complain of the Tates and Eusdens for prostituting their neglected Muses for a splendid sum certain per annum.
"Tit for tat," said he.
CHAPTER II THE RESCUE The rat-tat-tat of gunfire suddenly ceased.
He had not left more than five minutes when a soft and elaborate rat-tat from the little brass knocker brought my heart into my mouth.
" "Maybe you're going to the Howard Tates' party?" "No, I tell you; I'm sick of 'em.
" "Well," said Macy consolingly, "the Tates' is just for college kids anyway.
III The Howard Tates are, as everyone who lives in Toledo knows, the most formidable people in town.
The Tates have reached the stage where they talk about pigs and farms and look at you icy-eyed if you are not amused.
I think it's probably Warren Butterfield, the architect, who's visiting the Tates.
Aphrodite lived with her parents, the ancient and revered Fremont-Tates, patroons of San Juan.
Tit for tat Tommy.
Tit for tat Tommy.
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"And if you ask him what the prize is for," said one of the girls, "he will tell you it is for 'airly 'tates.'
You'll understand that those airly tates were from seedlings of my ownthat's where their great merit lies, and why they were first.
'The principal thing's muck as these here airly tates require.'
tated by Lamouroux, to be found on Fucus natans and in the West Indies; so that the present collection does not present any peculiar Australian generic form.