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Timmins

[tim-inz] /ˈtɪm ɪnz/
noun
1.
a city in E Ontario, in S Canada: gold-mining center.
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  • We have seen this unique book (now the property of Mr. Sam: Timmins).

  • Finally he suggested that if Timmins was "no stuck on his Methodisticals," he might join the kirk.

  • But if stolid, Timmins had his fair share of a certain slow pugnacity.

  • Timmins thoughtfully scratched his head ere he came back to the charge.

  • His manner, however, made no impression on Timmins's stolidity.

  • Unaware of his funeral, Timmins himself stood scratching his poll.

  • Meanwhile Timmins was making his way through the woods to his own place.

  • Assured that it was only a wife that Timmins lacked, he sighed relief.

  • It was then voted, that what Mr. Rowe and Mr. Timmins had offered, was satisfactory to the body.

    Tea Leaves Various
  • “Then he did not tell you to speak us in particular,” said Timmins.

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