In an interview with The Daily Beast, Halter sounded at least a tad reluctant to take on the mantle of the Great Progressive Hope.
But most important, it made unveiling the cover a tad more fun.
If being treated like a criminal makes some journalists just a tad less self-righteous, maybe that's OK.
The surprised presenter, Simon Mayo, tweeted that Watts had “seemed a tad uncomfortable with the questions”.
Revenue grew 5.9 percent to $182.5 million, but was a tad shy of expectations.
tad had turned his attention to the tree that Chunky tried to climb.
And tad, who was the kindest of them all, proposed to carry her home to her parents.
Joe worried about Barbara and tad, but the least likelihood of attack was from either side.
But while he sang he was keeping a tense lookout for tad Warren.
Like a flash the animal was on its feet again, but with tad riding in the saddle, a satisfied smile on his face.
1877, "young or small child," probably a shortened form of tadpole, which is said to be the source of Tad as the nickname of U.S. President Lincoln's son Thomas (1853–1871). The extended meaning "small amount" is first recorded 1915.
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[origin uncertain; perhaps a shortening of tadpole; perhaps fr British dialect tadde, ''toad'']