from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A river of central Scotland rising in the Grampian Mountains and flowing about 190 km (118 mi) through Loch Tay to the Firth of Tay, an inlet of the North Sea.

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  • n. a branch of the Tai languages


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  • "Tay is not going to say anything about his back," Curry said.

    LeBron nears triple-double as Cavs drop Pistons for 3-0 lead

  • In a 2 story maisonette with a beautiful view over the river Tay from the upstairs bedroom.

    2009 December « Mad Dave and Lil

  • Tay is so athletic and so long that he gives Andre Iguodala problems, and when they bring in (Kyle) Korver, we make a conscious effort to get Tay the ball, '' Pistons coach Flip Saunders said. - Basketball - Philadelphia vs. Detroit

  • "When Reggie was running downcourt and I saw Tay getting his steps, I was like, 'Reggie better dunk it, because Tay is going to get it.'"

  • "I said to myself: 'Reggie better dunk it, because if he doesn't dunk it Tay is going to get it.'" - Pistons get even with block party

  • Major Tuoi spent much of his Viet Cong military career in Tay

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  • Tuoi repeatedly stated that many U.S. gravesites in Tay Ninh were destroyed beyond hope by B-52 bombing of the graveyards.

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  • The other picture showing Nolan shaking hands with a Vietnamese was presented and Tuoi said he recognized the Vietnamese as a member of COSVN staff but could not recall his name, rank, or position, saying that the picture had been taken immediately after Nolan's arrival at the headquarters in Tay

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  • But if Nolan is dead, who did Smith see in Tay Ninh in 2005?

    Nolan, McKinley

  • Cambodia, Smith wonders who, exactly, he saw in Tay Ninh, and the

    Nolan, McKinley


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