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“One of four paintings depicting different times of day, it shows four adults laying out in a garden playing tric trac a variant of backgammon.”
“Which is exactly like misspelling bike as bic, or trike as tric.”
“But before heading back across the Atlantic to New York, I was presented with a tric ky little excursion down to Johannesburg where I won the title, beating”
“We came straight to Los Angeles and played the Shrine Auditorium with the Who, Pacific Gas and Elec - tric, and Arthur Brown.”
“I call it the "men-tric" system -- which is the application of out-sized male ego to the measure of all things, which naturally brings us back to Super Bowl, ugh, XLIII.”
“Filly widdle hoomens. ‘cours all o’ de katz kno datz joust uh hoomen tric.”
“After dinner my father and mother played at tric-trac or piquet, or, to speak more truly, pretended to play, that they might have an opportunity of saying a few words to one another.”
“The inventor of the tric light and the motion picture wasted years on abortive mining schemes and only tried by "dynamism of will power (conducted via rubber tubes extending from his forehead) to move a pendulum.”
“The unlikely muse for Tom Stoppard's play Hapgood was the late Richard Feynman, the eccen-tric American physicist and Nobel laureate whose books introduced Stoppard to the world of quantum physics.”
“Dwi'n meddwl mod i'n iawn i ddweud eu bod nhw wedi chwarae tric gwael yn cael Aled Eurig i siarad hefyd, tro diwethaf i mi ddod ar draws Aled oedd yn 'steddfod 2006 a bryd hynny roedd en 'special advisor' i Dafydd Ellis-Thomas, ydy e'n parhau i ddal y swydd honno?”
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