TWIGS


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AcronymDefinition
TWIGSTo Work in Gaining Skills (youth arts outreach; Baltimore, MD)
TWIGSTogether We Initiate Growth and Sharing (est. 1978; LeBonheur Children's Hospital; Memphis, TN)
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The stallion was last, and with a prodigious leap, the lion catapulted through the air to seize him; but the snapping twig had robbed Numa of his dinner, though his mighty talons raked the zebra's glossy rump, leaving four crimson bars across the beautiful coat.
He wrote with terrible rapidity, the twig in his fingers rilling blood without renewal; but in the middle of a sentence his hands denied their service to his will, his arms fell to his sides, the book to the earth; and powerless to move or cry out, he found himself staring into the sharply drawn face and blank, dead eyes of his own mother, standing white and silent in the garments of the grave!
At first they could not break it, but when they took it twig by twig they broke it easily.
A twig cracked sharply under Pollyanna's foot, and the man turned his head.
She kept her eyes on the ground to make sure that no twig nor stone tripped her hurrying feet.
For the twigs in a bottle, you will need what you see: a bottle and some twigs you can pick up anywhere.
Although some believe there is a possibility that Pattinson and FKA Twigs could get back together, his latest outing with the mystery woman may derail their chances of a reconciliation.
MATERIALS NEEDED: 5 equal-length and equal-size bundles of twigs Florist wire Scarf, ribbons, flowers, and battery lights
Use mud to attach a straight twig to the hull which can be your mast.
Skipper George William Anderson said: "We first noticed some twigs up there and on the deck.
He ended up chomping on twigs, which blunted his beak.
a twig cup, half-hewn boat its hold, like his, unraveling, remote.