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  • So I am now to return shortly to Calcutta, when my time will be too exclusively taken up with forensic triumphs for any further jotting or tittling for _Punch_, or similar periodicals.

    Baboo Jabberjee, B.A.

  • He became very soon after this an awakened man; and the tittling and tattling, and the sneering and gossiping, all over Clapham, and the talk on 'Change, and the pokes in the waistcoat administered by the wags to

    The Newcomes

  • But in a little time came back [216], tittling one to another, and at last cried for a candle to search the house with; and came within a yard of us with a light burning in their hand.

    Biographia Scoticana (Scots Worthies) A Brief Historical Account of the Lives, Characters, and Memorable Transactions of the Most Eminent Scots Worthies

  • In addition it has many enhanced features in tittling and other areas.

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  • We should be proud - not whining, tittling at windmills or swinging at balls in the dirt.

    THE RIGHT SCALE

  • He became very soon after this an awakened man; and the tittling and tattling, and the sneering and gossiping, all over Clapham, and the talk on ‘Change, and the pokes in the waistcoat administered by the wags to Newcome, — “Newcome, give you joy, my boy;” “Newcome, new partner in

    The Newcomes

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