- From Teribus ye teri odin, of unknown origin (though possibly Old Welsh). (Wiktionary)
“Moravian Falls, N.C., died May 14 in Teri Mengel, Pakistan, of wounds sustained from enemy small arms fire.”
“Teri is a successful freelancer, and Kathleen edits a magazine and writes feature articles.”
“But my daughter—I cannot help but call Teri that—and Matt would be more secure if they had never met me.”
“Do you think some people will now say, don't call Teri, she's got MS?”
“The latest donut burgers, available from May 12, are called "MOS" and "Teri" - regular and teriyaki flavor.”
“We are disappointed that the true meaning of the column, written by Teri, which is always heartfelt and thought-provoking, has been twisted in this way in order to manufacture a headline.”
“And then, at the end, when Nina called Teri, and Teri’s eyes got big as dinner plates…I did actually sorta see that coming, but…wow.”
“Teri," she exclaimed when she saw me, "you're not going to believe what just happened!”
“About two years ago, we befriended "Teri," a woman from church whose husband left her.”
“I'm not sure where her anti-adultery convictions were when she was texting, e-mailing and calling you, but let's charitably assume that "Teri" was confused and now has regrets.”
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