TOY


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AcronymDefinition
TOYToys R Us Inc. (stock symbol)
TOYTime of Year
TOYThinking Of You
TOYTrademark of Youth (band)
TOYToyama, Japan - Toyama (Airport Code)
TOYTheater of Youth (Buffalo, NY)
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It was carried out, with extraordinary thoroughness and severity, by very well-organized officials over a small and familiar area, and, so far as human strength and science can be absolutely certain of anything, Prince Otto was absolutely certain that nobody could introduce so much as a toy pistol into Heiligwaldenstein.
It may be that his brain gave way under the opportunities given by his illusion of the entity of the toy and its power of separate thought.
But the boy had learned in that brief second a use for his sharp and shining toy, so that, as the tearing, striking beast dragged him to earth he plunged the blade repeatedly and to the hilt into its breast.
It was a toy, a plaything, a scientific wonder, but not a necessity to be bought and used for ordinary purposes by ordinary people.
What he was in toys, he was (as most men are) in other things.
It was because the engaging toy had been redecorated by loving hands; there were fresh gowns for all the inhabitants, and the paint on the furniture was scarcely dry.
In the Land of Toys, every day, except Sunday, is a Saturday.
declared Santa Claus, who loved toys and pretty things.
But as to its use in the absence of the box, there is only one brief sentence, namely: "When his arms are laden with toys and no box is there, the word-habit arises and he calls 'box.
He saw the same children, and the same toys on the table; and there was the same grand castle with the pretty little Dancer.
She sent him into the nursery to gather up his toys, and in a little while he was playing happily.
Were they made of gold they would look like trinkets, like ornamental toys, no bigger in proportion than a jewelled drop in a woman's ear.