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TNGThe Next Generation
TNGTraining
TNGTongue
TNGTerritory of New Guinea
TNGThe Newspaper Guild (Union)
TNGThe News Group (US and Canada)
TNGTransitional National Government
TNGThe New Guy
TNGTurbo Natural Gas
TNGTelescopio Nazionale Galileo (national facility of the Italian astronomical community)
TNGThe Naked Gun (movie trilogy)
TNGThursday Night Group (various locations)
TNGTrade Network Game
TNGThe New Gallery
TNGTexas National Guard
TNGTechnikon Northern Gauteng (South Africa)
TNGThe Nailco Group
TNGTrans National Group
TNGTerminal Nerve Ganglion
TNGToxic Nodular Goiter (thyroid gland)
TNGTangier, Morocco - Boukhalef Souahel (Airport Code)
TNGTraining Network Group (UK)
TNGTeilzeitnutzungsgesetz (German law)
TNGTexaco Natural Gas
TNGTriangle Networking Group
TNGTransaction Name Group (IBM mainframes, workload management)
TNGTrinitroglycerine
TNGTrinitroglycerol
TNGTouch n Go Flyball Team (Las Vegas, NV)
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References in classic literature ?
Don't remind me that I have just rejected the palace of crystal for the sole reason that one cannot put out one's tongue at it.
It seemed as if the English tongue was doomed to vanish before the conquering Norman, even as the ancient British tongue had vanished before the conquering English.
Romance meant at first the languages made from the Latin tongue, such as French or Spanish.
Cathy is a sufficiently good little scholar, for her nine years; her mother taught her Spanish herself, and kept it always fresh upon her ear and her tongue by hardly ever speaking with her in any other tongue; her father was her English teacher, and talked with her in that language almost exclusively; French has been her everyday speech for more than seven years among her playmates here; she has a good working use of governess - German and Italian.
The little dryad long since fled away weeping,--fled away, said evil tongues, fled away to the town.
Salmon Tongue's hand reached out to him and rolled him over on his back.
He drank until his sun-shrunken sides stood out like the walls of a balloon, although longer were the intervals from the drinking in which, with his tongue of gratefulness, he spoke against the black skin of Lamai's hand.
There they had to walk on tiptoes, for if they tickled the Shark's long tongue he might awaken--and where would they be then?
I did not intend to go into any detail at all, at first, but it is the failing of the true ceramiker, or the true devotee in any department of brick-a-brackery, that once he gets his tongue or his pen started on his darling theme, he cannot well stop until he drops from exhaustion.
Perhaps Sophia might have suffered her maid to run on in this manner, from wanting sufficient spirits to stop her tongue, which the reader may probably conjecture was no very easy task; for certainly there were some passages in her speech which were far from being agreeable to the lady.
By that time, I was staggering on the kitchen floor like a little drunkard, through having been newly set upon my feet, and through having been fast asleep, and through waking in the heat and lights and noise of tongues. As I came to myself (with the aid of a heavy thump between the shoulders, and the restorative exclamation "Yah!
The heroic books, even if printed in the character of our mother tongue, will always be in a language dead to degenerate times; and we must laboriously seek the meaning of each word and line, conjecturing a larger sense than common use permits out of what wisdom and valor and generosity we have.