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Tingley

[ ting-lee ]

noun

  1. Katherine Augusta West·cott [wes, -k, uh, t], 1847–1929, U.S. theosophist leader.


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Working with neuroscientist György Buzsáki at New York University Grossman School of Medicine and colleagues, Tingley, now at Harvard University, fitted continuous glucose monitors onto the backs of rats.

Here in California is Madame Tingley, with a colony and a host of followers in a miniature paradise.

Just think of troubling ones self with a parcel of ill-bred children like those orphanage kids, added Belle Tingley.

Bobbins on one side, and Ralph Tingley on the other, ran into the roadway and caught the runaway by the bridle.

Well, this is bad enough, I should hope, said Belle Tingley.

More particularly did she think of him because of the invitation Belle Tingley had extended to her the day of their arrival.

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