- n. Plural form of tablet.
“McAdam in an interview with The Wall Street Journal, in which he called tablets part of the”
“By the way, the Constitution is not a holy document, and it was not handed down from on high like tablets from a mountain – our founders were men, not gods, and would be sickened by their posthumous deification.”
“It's technically impressive that he can create a believable world and cram so much into those brief sides of paper – it makes me think of those multivitamin tablets that provide you with all your nutritional needs in one swallow.”
“There are also opportunities in tablets and various nonmobile devices like set-top boxes.”
“Following the advice of an earlier commenter, I immediately went and purchased some seasickness tablets from the on-board shop.”
“In reality, they are cuneiform tablets from a Neo-Hittite temple found in present day Turkey.”
“The DNA tests confirm that medicines written about in ancient texts were actually used, said Touwaide, who with his wife and research partner, Emanuela Appetiti, obtained the tablets from the Italian Department of Antiquities in 2004.”
“Grandma's nitroglycerin tablets for her heart condition should be on that list.”
“He sought out the old chief's symptoms and offered him dyspeptic tablets from the medicine chest, pills, and a varied assortment of harmless tabloids and capsules.”
“When you're frantically trying to swing through them, crossers look like tiny, screaming orange aspirin tablets or rocket-assisted hummingbirds.”
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