TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «TATT'S»
The term «Tatt's» is regularly used and occupies the 100.102
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TATT'S»
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The New sporting magazine
3 THE BETTING ROOM AT TATT'S. The buds of spring are blossoming On tree,
and shrub, and flower; The sun's bright rays in ardour blaze With fifteen-London
power. Full shines that sun on " green" and " dun," On naturals, sharps, and flats,
Song of the Guns at Sea. By Henry Newbolt . . . Stars, Migrating. By H. H. Turner .
. . . . St. Andrew's Eve. By W. J. Batchelder . . . . St. Mary's Yard. By John Lazarus '
Sunday Dinner-Table, A. By Cure de Campagne Tatt's Difliculties, President .
Cassell's Dictionary of Slang
Tat's ft see Tatt's n. (1). tats n. (also tarts) 1 [late 17C+] dice, esp. crooked dice. 2 [
1910s+] (Aus./N.Z.) teeth. 3 [1960s+] (Aus./N.Z.) a set of false teeth, (ety. unknown
; ? the rattle of the dice as they hit the table; (2) and (3) refers to the ivory in dice ...
Tatt's. All. Folks! My husband, Bruce, and I were invited to a friends house for a
barbecue this past weekend. It was a small informal get together, but still I wanted
to look my best, so I slipped into a nice pair of jeans and a T-shirt. To complement
Tatt's dreadful fear may not be realised. I will write as soon after I arrive as
possible. " Yours, « H. H." But honest Tatt's manuscript proved an inscrutable
mystery to Helen's husband. In Nurse's tender youth popular education had not
Mary Isabella I. Brotherton, 1863
Letellier is at Tatt's. There is Jack." Reversby's groom spied them, picked them up
, then handed over the reins to Reversby. "Tatt's, then?" Rev- ersby asked. 'Tatt's,"
Benedict said. "Spring them, would you?" They drove toward the Hyde Park ...
The Autobiography of John Shaw Neilson
In 1904 he became Premier and in 1908 was knighted. 22 ' tats': Tattersall's
Consultation (universally known as 'Tatt's'), and set up by George Adams (1839-
1904) who was born in England and migrated to Australia in 1855. He was a
Bettg. g>tatt's. <3om$. OLLOWING the death of our good archbishop there is
social desolation in Roman circles. Proper Catholics mourn rigorously. Balls,
theatres, even small dinings are abandoned with a perseverance worthy of their
The Corporation Plate and Insignia of Office of the Cities ...
wmuut'tatt's. : 112. : ueuhttrgb. : Date, late fourteenth or early fifteenth century.
Attached to the bronze matrix is a label inscribed: “ This seal is not to be
delivered up without payment of 51 5:. od., due from the corporation to R. P.”
These are the ...
Llewellynn Frederick William Jewitt, Sir William Henry St. John Hope, 1895
The Bibliography of Australian Literature: P-Z
TICKET IN TATT'S, A FICTION A Ticket in Tatt's [sic] Hobart: Fathers' Association,
. Although the words 'Story with a Grip' precede the title they are not part of
the title but are included for marketing purposes. There is a subtitle on p.3: ...
John Arnold, John Hay, 2009