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No sooner was he safely at the Trib, however, than his name was taken in vain by those he left behind.
Nor does it particularly care that his latest bout—with a Sun-Times editor who used to work at the Trib—was a loss.
Trib′ute-mon′ey, money paid as tribute; Trib′ūter, a miner paid by a proportion of the ore raised.
Tribble, trib′l, n. a horizontal frame for drying paper, having wires stretched across it.
The victim recovered his hat, with the angry look of a New Yorker who has suffered an outrage and intends to write to the Trib.Strictly Business|O. Henry
"Now I lay me and byelow in the trib," answered Tilly, stretching herself over his arm with a great yawn.Moods|Louisa May Alcott
Wait, I gotta clippin' from the Trib in my clothes somewheres that gives all the dope.The Mucker|Edgar Rice Burroughs