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Lessons from Edison's Mother by Scott Teel
Helen Tosch is a special education advocate based in Wheaton, and is serving greater metropolitan area of Chicago, Illinois, including DuPage, Will, Cook, DeKalb, and Lake counties.
A New and Original Work Presenting for Convenient Reference the Orthography, Pronunciation, Meaning, Use, Origin and Development of Every Word in the English Language ... by Thomas Henry Huxley
* tosch, □ toschc, * tuach, * tux, a, [A.S. tusc, tux; cogn. with O. Fries, tusk, tosch ; prob. for ( wise = with the notion of double tooth, or very strong tooth, from A.rt. tvtis = double .
Including Scientific Terms : to which are Added Walker's Key to the Pronunciation of Classical and Scripture Proper Names, Much Enlarged : and a Pronouncing Vocabulary of Modern Geographical Names by Joseph Emerson Worcester
Tosch, (tüch) r. n. To be in contact. — To touch at, to come to with only a very short stay. — To touch on or upon, to mention slightly; to go to for a very short time ; to light upon in mental inquiries. Totch, (tiich) n. [touche, Fr.] The sense of feeling; ...
tos, tosch, tosk, tooth. Gael. tosg, tusk. Tussock. A rough tuft of grass or sedge. The simple form is preserved in the provincial tuz, a knot of wool or hair; tuzzymuzzy, tutty, a bunch of flowers or nosegay. Tuske of haire, monceau de cheveulx ...
A Dictionary of the Scottish Language, comprehending all the words in common use in the writings of Scott, Burns, Wilson, Ramsay, and other popular Scottish authors (1845)
TOSCH, TOSH, TOSHE, adj. Neat, trim. TOSIE, adj.
by Thomas Brown
TOSCH, TOSH, TOSHE, adj. Neat, trim. TOSIE, adj. 1. Tipsy. 2. Intoxicating. TOT, s. A term of endearment used to a child. TOTHER,' adj. The other.
Volume 19 - Energy: Costing Thermal Electric Power Plants to Ethanol by John J. McKetta Jr
Tosch, "Miscible Type Waterflooding: Oil Recovery with Micellar Solutions," J. Pet. Technol., December 1968. 33. F H. Poettmann and W. R. Hause, "A Practical Look at Micellar-Polymer Flooding," Pet. Eng., November ...
by Samuel Johnson, John Walker
Tosch,. (punsh) v. a. To bore or perforate by driving a sharp instrument ...
by Joseph Wright
TOSCH, TOSE, see Toslt, ndj., Toze, v.' TOSH, sb.' th. Cum . Lin. th. e.An. [to].] A tusk; a tooth of an animal; a projecting or unseemly tooth.
by Jay Robert Nash
Agathia Tosch, whose establishment was located near the sausage factory.
In which the Words are Explained in Their Different Senses, Authorized by the Names of the Writers by Whom They are Used, Or the Titles of the Works in which They Occur, and Deduced from Their Originals by John Jamieson
TOSCH, TOSCHE, adj. Neat, trim, S. Douglas, O. Fr. touzé, clipped; Belg. doss-en , to clothe. TOSCHEODERACHE, s. 1. The deputy of a Mair offee. Reg. Maj. 2. The name given to the office itself. Skene. Gael. Ir, teachdaire, a messenger; teach ...
by John Jamieson
TOSCH, TOSCHE, adj. Neat, trim, S. Douglas. O. Fr. touxe, clipped ; Belg. doss- en, to clothe. TOSCHEODERACHE, s. 1. The deputy of a Mair of fee. Reg. Maj.
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