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  • proper n. A diminutive of the female given names Tisha and Letitia.


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  • The only relationship he's had with Tish is professional because he worked with Miley on 'Every Rose.'

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  • Within a year of her divorce, she called Tish and Cindy.

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  • Later on, as I have said, he showed Tish how to do it – not, of course, that she meant to smoke, but Tish is fond of learning how to do things.


  • Tish is imaginative, and is always influenced by the latest book she has read.


  • When Aggie heard it she simply took the pins out of the map and stuck them in Tish's cushion.


  • In view of later developments, however, it is a pity we did not investigate Hannah's story; for Aggie, going home from Tish's late one night in Tish's car, had a similar experience, declaring that a small machine had followed them, driven by a heavy-set man with a mustache.


  • Tish is fond of mayonnaise, and, besides, considers olive oil most strengthening.


  • Hutchins, who was waiting in Tish's car, saw him, too, and went quite white with fury.


  • "Where to?" asked Tish from the driving-seat, looking straight ahead and pulling on her gloves.


  • "We shall make our own fire and our own shelter," said Tish from the floor.



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