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tyke

, tike
1. a dog, esp a mongrel
2. Austral slang offensive a Roman Catholic
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After attending their first Tike Hike or Tikes Taking Action program, families are invited to join this closed group, where participants gather, conversations continue, and new friendships strengthen.
Tike is one of the famed gastronomic experiences in the country, and we are delighted to present it to the people of Qatar.
"TIKE gives a succinct picture by taking into account the number of tropical cyclones in the season, the duration of each tropical cyclone and the time history of the wind force over a large area surrounding each tropical cyclone.
Tike simply lost steam and missed important baskets.
When comes to alleviating Third World poverty, micro-loans have helped millions of people start smart businesses, tike setting eggs at the local market.
I found your editorial writer John Halligan's comments of interest and I always tike being updated and informed about NZNO matters and union negotiations, etc.
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"I think that the SAG-AFTRA extension reflects the uncertainty of taking on an issue like DVD at a time tike this," Mitchell adds.
I'd tike to close in a bipartisan manner by quoting from two presidents I greatly admire--one a Republican and the other a Democrat.
Instead of filing for bankruptcy, I would tike to consolidate my bills with a consumer credit counseling service.
If you've ever wondered what it's tike to go to outer space--how it feels to float weightlessly, what the view is tike, how the trip affects the body, or what happens at lift-off--this retrospective answers those questions through the mouths of the astronauts who have flown on the space shuttle during the past 20 years.
BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA (October 13, 2001) -- We, the Brower Youth Award recipients of 2001, would tike to issue a statement in regards to the tragedy of September 11 and the ensuing events.