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  • n. Plural form of timple.


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  • 'Fr-rance' d soon perish if Georgia shud thransfer its intherest fr'm Fr-rinch coorts to its own sacred timples iv justice.

    Mr. Dooley: In the Hearts of His Countrymen

  • "Hould his head hard," says he, "and clap a wet cloth over his timples.

    Stories of Comedy

  • It was as full av payple as it could howld, an’ cities wor on it wid palaces an’ coorts an’ haythen timples an’ round towers all covered wid goold an’ silver till they shone so ye cudn’t see for the brightness.

    Irish Wonders


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