Did you perhaps mean tunes?
- n. Plural form of rune.
““It may have been a member of the guard,” Cunliffe notes, “who scratched his name, Halfdan, in runes … in the church of Hagia Sophia, leaving a poignant reminder of the confrontation of two very different cultures.””
“How did the ancient civilizations figure out this negative pocket’s location and build a wheel inside it, along with stones covered in runes?”
“The runes were a little darker in color, but they did not glow, were not warning him of the advance of an enemy.”
“Their runes might be the personal jotting of some adept who had devised a code for the better keeping of secrets.”
“So the great Christian poet, Cynewulf, wrote his name in runes, which is how we know him to be the author of some of the poems we have been considering.”
“On it were strange marks, called runes, that said:”
“The letters of the ancient Scandinavian alphabet were called runes”
“The runes were the characters of the early alphabet of the”
“It had a bizarre double head, big curved blades, some kind of runes worked into the metal, a spike on the end of the handle.”
“I now understood why Great El’s slate had given me her name in runes.”
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City of Bones By. Cassandra Claire
A consonant goes into a bar and sits down next to a vowel. "Hi!" he says. "Have you ever been here before?"
"Of cursive," she replies. "I come here, like, all the time."
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