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  • 21To tumble home — Tumble Tum ble, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Tumbled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Tumbling}.] [OE. tumblen, AS. tumbian to turn heels over head, to dance violently; akin to D. tuimelen to fall, Sw. tumla, Dan. tumle, Icel. tumba; and cf. G. taumeln to reel, to… …

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  • 22Rough and Tumble Engineers Historical Association — The Rough and Tumble Engineers Historical Association puts on the second or third oldest Threshermen’s Reunion in the United States. It is held in the middle of August each year, from Wednesday through Saturday, in Kinzers, Pennsylvania, about… …

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  • 23Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble — Infobox VG title = Kirby Tilt n Tumble developer = HAL Laboratory Nintendo R D2 [Calderon, Anthony. [http://www.n sider.com/articleview.php?articleid=482 The Nintendo Development Structure] N Sider Retrieved on March 13, 2008] publisher =… …

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  • 24rough and tumble — also rough and tumble 1) N UNCOUNT: oft the N of n You can use rough and tumble to refer to a situation in which the people involved try hard to get what they want, and do not worry about upsetting or harming others, and you think this is… …

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  • 25thrash about — Synonyms and related words: agonize over, be at sea, be uncertain, beat about, blunder, careen, career, doubt, falter, feel unsure, flounce, flounder, grope, labor, lurch, pitch, pitch and plunge, plunge, puzzle over, question, reel, rock, roll,… …

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  • 26There's Something About a War — Infobox Television episode Title = There s Something About a War Series = Desperate Housewives Caption = Gabrielle and Sister Mary go to war. Season = 2 Episode = 13 Airdate = January 22, 2006 Production = 213 Writer = Kevin Etten Director =… …

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  • 27To roll about — Roll Roll, v. i. 1. To move, as a curved object may, along a surface by rotation without sliding; to revolve upon an axis; to turn over and over; as, a ball or wheel rolls on the earth; a body rolls on an inclined plane. [1913 Webster] And her… …

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  • 28To turn about — Turn Turn, v. i. 1. To move round; to have a circular motion; to revolve entirely, repeatedly, or partially; to change position, so as to face differently; to whirl or wheel round; as, a wheel turns on its axis; a spindle turns on a pivot; a man… …

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  • 29Newtonian motivations for general relativity — Some of the basic concepts of General Relativity can be outlined outside the relativistic domain. In particular, the idea that mass/energy generates curvature in space and that curvature affects the motion of masses can be illustrated in a… …

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  • 30roll — I. v. a. 1. Turn, make revolve. 2. Whirl, wheel, revolve. 3. Revolve, turn about (in one s mind). 4. Wrap round (one part on another). 5. Bind, involve, inwrap, infold. 6. Press, level, smooth, flatten …

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  • 31flounder — v 1. struggle, wallow, welter, flop; stagger, stumble, tumble, tumble about, toss about, plunge around, thrash. 2. blunder, bungle, muddle; fail, come to grief, meet with disaster, take a bad turn, collapse, Inf. come a cropper. 3. hesitate,… …

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  • 32Monkey-baiting — The Westminster Pit: A Turn up between a Dog and Jacco Macacco, the Fighting Monkey by Samuel Alken Illustration, circa early 1800s Monkey baiting is a blood sport involving the baiting of monkeys. Contents …

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  • 33Welter — Wel ter, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Weltered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Weltering}.] [Freq. of OE. walten to roll over, AS. wealtan; akin to LG. weltern, G. walzen to roll, to waltz, sich w[ a]lzen to welter, OHG. walzan to roll, Icel. velta, Dan. v[ae]lte, Sw …

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  • 34Weltered — Welter Wel ter, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Weltered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Weltering}.] [Freq. of OE. walten to roll over, AS. wealtan; akin to LG. weltern, G. walzen to roll, to waltz, sich w[ a]lzen to welter, OHG. walzan to roll, Icel. velta, Dan.… …

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  • 35Weltering — Welter Wel ter, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Weltered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Weltering}.] [Freq. of OE. walten to roll over, AS. wealtan; akin to LG. weltern, G. walzen to roll, to waltz, sich w[ a]lzen to welter, OHG. walzan to roll, Icel. velta, Dan.… …

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  • 36welter — v. n. 1. Wallow, tumble about, roll. 2. Rise and fall (as waves), tumble over (as billows) …

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  • 37toss — I. v. a. 1. Throw (by the hand and upward), throw up. 2. Lift up suddenly, throw up, raise violently. 3. Fling, pitch, cast, hurl, throw. 4. Agitate, shake, rock. 5. Try, harass, disquiet, make restless. 6. Keep in play, tumble over. II …

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  • 38welter — v 1. roll, toss, tumble; heave, surge, swell, billow; wallow, writhe, tumble about. 2. be entangled or snarled, get snarled up, flounder, lose one s way, get bogged down, get mired, get over one s head. n 3. jumble, muddle, tangle, mishmash,… …

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  • 39welter — welter1 /wel teuhr/, v.i. 1. to roll, toss, or heave, as waves or the sea. 2. to roll, writhe, or tumble about; wallow, as animals (often fol. by about): pigs weltering about happily in the mud. 3. to lie bathed in or be drenched in something,… …

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  • 40welter — wel•ter [[t]ˈwɛl tər[/t]] v. i. 1) to roll, toss, or heave, as waves or the sea 2) to roll, writhe, or tumble about; wallow (often fol. by about): pigs weltering about in the mud[/ex] 3) to lie bathed in or be drenched in something, esp. blood 4) …

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