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  • n. Plural form of to-day.


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  • As you know Hizbollah emerged from the debris of the 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict as a pivotal player in to-days Middle East and I think it would be wrong for this factual recognition to be interpreted as empathy with its policies.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Be warned ... this book isn't about politics, wars, conflicts as such, but the best expose of to-days mainstream media available.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Some of to-days papersI'm not going to name them for obvious reasons - people can do their own research if they wantare giving a possible hint and if you've read the ABC item you can put 2 and 2 together and get a good idea of whom the police may be after but let's just allow the police to catch them before we start the inquest shall we ?

    ABC News Blog Says Police Have 'Crystal Clear' Pics of Bomb Suspect

  • It was to-day, with the same disappointment, the same pains, the same racking cough, which he had endured on so many other to-days that had come and gone before it.

    The Alchemist's Secret

  • We live in the midst of a perpetual conflict between our yesterdays and our to-days.

    The Threshold Grace

  • She tried to guard against these nervous recurrences by resolutely permitting no thought of her yesterdays to crop into her to-days.


  • She was wide-awake at once, as are those whose yesterdays, to-days and to-morrows are all alike.

    Cheerful—By Request

  • Why, yes, to-day, like all to-days in the removed and placid light of all to-morrows, would be shown needlessly hectic.

    If Winter Comes

  • Sent package having surpassed my expectations I beg to remit by to-days post-office-ordres Mk. 100.

    The Joyful Heart

  • All our to-days are spoiled by reminiscences about yesterday and sorrows about tomorrow.

    The Agony of the Church (1917)


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