“The tars were his to a man: but the officers were either his dear friends or his bitter foes.”
“His statement foreshadowed a new definition of lite/light that six years later appeared in Random House II: "12. low in any substance, as sugar, starch, or tars, that is considered harmful or undesirable: light cigarettes.”
“You know, if you recall that sailors used to be called "tars," "Avatar" suddenly sounds like a cockney pimp offering you a sailor.”
“The white streaks on the shore and on the warships in the harbour resolved themselves into naval cadets and "tars" "dressing" ship.”
“The rough "tars" at all hours of the day might be seen nursing the babies or tending the sick, lifting those unable to walk from place to place, or carrying them their food.”
“They invited us to a couple if-tars which is sweet because they will be with their family and friends at their homes and I even made a date to try cooking with Firas's mother!”
“I admit that no murders have been carried out in the name of! pro-life "groups in this country, but I would say that their actions have been supported by members of" pro-life "groups in this country which kind of tars the reputation of the group itself.”
“You just needed a boat and some willing jack-tars, a good compass and a good sense of direction.”
“In addition to nicotine, cigarettes contain many other cancer-causing chemicals such as cadmium, arsenic, tars and carbon monoxide.”
“Thousands of protestors surrounded the White House last weekend demanding Barack Obama block the tars sands pipeline because of its implications for worsening the climate crisis:”
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