from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A trill or shake.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A trill or shake. See trill.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A trade-name for the ‘beard’ which covers valonia, the acorn-cups of Quercus Ægilops. This beard, which is easily separated in handling, is richer in tannin than the cup itself. See valonia.
- n. Same as trill.
And under merit pay … Who wants that specialization? trillo says:
So public perception of defense spending may be taking into account a more broad perspective on what is considered “defense”. trillo says:
If you want a Republican, how about TR? trillo says:
He learned to sing, and walked about Gray's Inn Fields "humming to myself (which is now my constant practice) the trillo."
All of a sudden, as he still trips dexterously enough among the dangers of a double-faced career, thinking no great evil, humming to himself the trillo, Fate takes the further conduct of that matter from his hands, and brings him face to face with the consequences of his acts.
The third is the _Mezzo-trillo_, or the short _Shake_, which is likewise known from its Name.
Myself humming to myself (which now-a-days is my constant practice since I begun to learn to sing) the trillo, and found by use that it do come upon me.
The people in my family who are teachers get paid for the work they did in during the school year in the summer because they reduce the amount of money in the payments during the summer to pay them a whole check in the summer. ie: They’re getting paid for work already rendered if they aren’t doing any summer school work. trillo says:
Still, they now have over 2 million people in prisons, and the sort of thing you see in, say, Cool Hand Luke, or a PBS documentary I watch recently, it doesn’t really strike me as any less cruel and barbaric. trillo says:
There are many ways to screen and they can’t all be banned. trillo says: