American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A river, about 113 km (70 mi) long, of northeast England flowing generally east to the North Sea.
“Busted Tees is selling a t-shirt design titled “Goodbye Elliot”.”
“For the Tees is a violent water sometimes, and the safest way to cross it is to go on till you come to a good stone bridge.”
“The film is called Tees Maar Khan and this is Farahâ€ ™ s third directorial venture â€ "after Om Shanti Om and Main Hoon Na â€" and the first for her home production with husband Shirish Kunder.”
“But, when I was graciously invited to a talk and demonstration by Hervé This pronounced 'Tees', the father of molecular gastronomy, which is the study of the chemistry behind food and cooking, I jumped at the opportunity.”
“This (pronounced "Tees") came up with the formula for this confection in 1995 to prove that a scientific approach to cuisine can lead to all kinds of tasty new dishes.”
“a native of Port Jackson, and that he had run away from the 'Tees' sloop of war while she lay at this island.”
“There was an unfamiliar scent in the air as we followed the path downhill from High Force waterfall, through the juniper forest on the south bank of the Tees.”
“Sometimes those responsible for naming courses simply try too hard, resulting in alliterative misfires like Tees and Trees, The Timbers at Troy and Krooked Kreek.”
“Recently I co-founded BlendApparel. com, a green t-shirt company with transformative messages, that we hope keep our conversation going about our ever changing environment -- Tees intended to inspire and empower the people, etc.”
“This week, Busted Tees released one based off the following speech Alan (Zach Galifianakis) wanted to make to his new wolfpack:”
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