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He was playing with his father, Tim “Coach” Oshie, in his heart.T.J. Oshie’s hat trick gives Capitals final say in fight-filled win over Rangers|Samantha Pell, Scott Allen|May 6, 2021|Washington Post
The driver reaches out and grabs Tim by the face, shoves him backward.
As Tim takes one step back, Maeve is sure she sees the imprint of the driver’s hand flare red on Tim’s skin before it fades.
There’s also an old flame of Maeve’s, as well as Tim, the guy who took her to the junior prom.
Tim has been covering the media and advertising industry since 2011.Digiday announces new senior editors for media, marketing, news|Mike Madarasz|November 2, 2020|Digiday
Tim Russert and I are driving back to the Albany airport after taking our kids to the baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.
The Real-Life ‘Downton’ Millionairesses Who Changed BritainBy Tim Teeman Lady Grantham of ‘Downton Abbey’ is far from an anomaly.Six Must-Read Stories About Gay Mormon Husbands and Iranian Drug Wars|The Daily Beast|January 3, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Still, for all of this, South Carolina is now represented in the U.S. Senate by Tim Scott, a Republican and an African-American.Steve Scalise Shows There’s a Fine Line Between Confederate & Southern|Lloyd Green|January 2, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Bob Cratchit, the clerk who is the father of Tiny Tim and who meekly serves Scrooge, is paid fifteen shillings a week.
United States goalkeeper Tim Howard on why soccer struggles in America and how he essentially chose his career over his wife.
"He's been counting the days till you got home, Mark," said Tim, holding a burning match over my pipe.
Tim says more by the vigor of his smoking than Perry Thomas could express in a year's oration.
They heard how in the early spring in the meadow by the mill-dam Tim and I had stopped our ploughs to draw lots and he had lost.
We did plan a great trip—father and mother and Tim and I—we were going to England together when the farm showed a surplus.
When Tim hesitates he loses his temper as a sensible man should lose it—he buries it, and his indomitable good humor wins.