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  • Hendry stopped to have what he called a tove with any likely person he encountered, and, indeed, though he and I often took a walk on

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  • He may be misguided in thinking too highly of me too soon, but at least he is not afraid of the word tove, "she hurried on, realizing it would have been just like him to misinterpret her definition and begin arguing semantics.

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  • But for that punishment to apply, Millar would have had tove been on duty at the time he was killed.

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  • A slithy tove is a slithy tove, wherever you encounter it.

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  • But for that punishment to apply, Millar would have had tove been on duty at the time he was killed.

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  • A slithy tove is a slithy tove, wherever you encounter it.

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  • But for that punishment to apply, Millar would have had tove been on duty at the time he was killed.

    Roadside Crosses

  • But for that punishment to apply, Millar would have had tove been on duty at the time he was killed.

    Roadside Crosses

  • But for that punishment to apply, Millar would have had tove been on duty at the time he was killed.

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  • The arrogance of bringing this slithy tove back for political advantage is mind boggling.

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  • Tove – A combination of a badger, a lizard, and a corkscrew. They are very curious looking creatures which make their nests under sundials and eat only cheese. Pronounced so as to rhyme with groves. Note that "gyre and gimble," i.e. rotate and bore, is in reference to the toves being partly corkscrew by Humpty Dumpty's definitions.

    July 15, 2009