But four opponents of the project, contacted independently, each said that mischaracterizes the proposed toms River Walmart.
Yoshiyuki was spying on the Peeping toms while they were spying on the unsuspecting lovers.
Nor did anxiety over toms fate interfere with their appetites.
The box is probably at the bottom of the lake, was toms opinion.
Wait a minute, suggested Frank, as he saw that the others were likely to fall in with toms idea.
toms mind flashed to the card he had picked up at the shack.
toms astonishment at meeting this stranger, instead of Officer Randolph, showed in his face.
toms voice was still indifferent, but Boswell did not notice it.
They had to do directly with toms startling announcement, and who said which or what does not matter.
Talking it over by daylight they decided that toms plan might not be so bad.
familiar shortening of masc. proper name Thomas, used by late 14c. as a type of a nickname for a common man. Applied 17c. as a nickname for several exceptionally large bells. Short for Uncle Tom in the sense of "black man regarded as too servile to whites" is recorded from 1959. Tom Walker, U.S. Southern colloquial for "the devil" is recorded from 1833. Tom and Jerry is first attested 1828 in many extended senses, originally the names of the two chief characters (Corinthian Tom and Jerry Hawthorn) in Pierce Egan's "Life in London" (1821); the U.S. cat and mouse cartoon characters debuted 1940 in "Puss Gets the Boot." Tom Thumb (1570s) was a miniature man in popular tradition before P.T. Barnum took the name for a dwarf he exhibited.