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  • n. Plural form of iota.


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  • And of course, every time that happens, we move the entire Congress a couple of iotas in the direction of the American people.

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  • Every human interaction creates iotas of drama, and this becomes the black matter that pushes members of a guild inevitably apart.

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  • Should we waste 325 billion in tax dollars on a pie-in-the-sky plan that won't alter climatic conditions even one iota okay, two iotas?

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  • Er, if that doesn't come out right, it's acute accents on both iotas. A PLATE OF GREEK.

  • So there was a scintilla, or perhaps even two iotas, of hope for her.

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  • "Nor wiles nor logic nor rages could move him iotas from his set course, when honor was involved."

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  • Take, for example, the word Dii Philos; in order to convert this from a sentence into a noun, we omit one of the iotas and sound the middle syllable grave instead of acute; as, on the other hand, letters are sometimes inserted in words instead of being omitted, and the acute takes the place of the grave.


  • Mr. Tompsett-King deprecated all dottings of iotas; when Philippa stormed at society he hummed a sad little tune.

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  • Observe, The care of God concerning his law extends itself even to those things that seem to be of least account in it, the iotas and the tittles; for whatever belongs to God, and bears his stamp, be it ever so little, shall be preserved.

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  • I don't hate a sufficient amount of cracka iotas to be allowed to go there ....

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