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  1. Daniel D., 1774–1825, U.S. politician and jurist: vice president of the U.S. 1817–25.

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Example Sentences

Tompkins at Poynter said the disclosure included might not be enough in situations where the advertiser is not the owner or creator of the link being advertised.

Only by challenging these ideas and discussing them, Tompkins argues, can we make playgrounds more welcoming for everyone.

Tompkins flips between perspectives, including the harrowing thoughts of one of the boys before his death, to reveal the heartbreaking intersections of her characters’ lives.

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Brinsley came from behind a police cruiser parked on a busy street in the shadow of the Tompkins Public Houses.

They were racing toward the corner of Tompkins and Myrtle avenues with Johnson at the wheel when another call came over the radio.

Several of them make direct eye contact with Tompkins while others gesture suggestively toward their crotches.

She was released last summer and is taking classes at Tompkins-Cortland Community College in Dryden.

He couch-surfed for a while and (quite infamously) even spent time sleeping in a box in Tompkins Square Park.

For a long time after Mr. Tompkins left the house Mrs. Ashton remained in deep thought.

He voted with the other New York electors for Tompkins for the vice-presidency.

Then he dropped in upon his neighbour Tompkins, to whom he made known his errand.

Is that what you did before the flowers came your way from Mrs. Tompkins?

Mrs. Tompkins told me that they would bud in two weeks at least.





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