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

  • See Tisza.

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  • proper n. Alternative form of Tisza.

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Examples

  • Long Jr. of Florida; two sisters, Patricia "Tisa" Casey of Manchester and Susan Perry of Charlotte, N.C.; and two grandchildren, Alexzander James Aldridge and Cheyenne Skye Long.

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  • Tisa asked, catching her just as she was picturing silver dollar areolas.

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  • Tisa could barely contain her own desire as her lady began to swell in her hand.

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  • “Oh, Stormy,” Tisa said, freeing her hand from the grip Stormy had on it, wiping her tears with her thumb.

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  • Tisa smiled at Stormy and dropped the cell phone into the kitchen trashcan.

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  • Tisa proudly opened her legs to let Stormy see her flower and she kept them open when Stormy climbed on top and gave her the rollercoaster ride of her life.

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  • “Wow, Tisa, you make me sound really great,” Stormy said.

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  • But in the end, it was just Stormy and Tisa on a rollercoaster ride laid on a track of truth and trust.

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  • “Oh, I think I have the bottom of this covered,” Tisa said.

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  • Tisa said, smiling, with a jar of Smuckers in her hand.

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