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How can we classify categories of latitude?
go to the ancient world of tis find the ancient warrior of the tis follow him thru the temple of tis tis go down into the cave of tis and fight the tis monsters get the tis sword enchant it with tis that is how The above answer is false. The tis is actually a lie and not even real. There are only 3 ways to classify latitude. Kill the tis, slay the tis, and destroy the tis.
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What is the meaning of TIS in Tis more brave to live than to die?
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What is the meaning of 'tis?
'tis is a contraction of it is One of America's patriotic songs uses the expression: America ( sometimes called, My Country, 'Tis of Thee) opens this way: "My country,' tis of thee, sweet land of liberty, of thee I sing...." Additionally, a well known example of using 'tis (it is) is in the Christmas song: 'tis the season to be jolly Note: Jolly in this context means happy
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What does 'tis mean?
It is a contraction of the words "it is". In a contraction, the missing letter is represented by the apostrophe symbol, as in "Don't". "Don't" is a contraction of "Do not", with the "o" replaced by the apostrophe. " 'tis" is thus "it is" with the "i" replaced by the apostrophe. "It's" is also "It is". " But the phrase " 'tis" always refers to the "it is" contraction. " 'tis" is now considered to be slightly archaic. I am 61 and have NEVER used "tis" as a contraction for it is. I was taught "it's" is the contraction for it is. "tis" as archaic is an understatement to say the least. (You have if you've ever sung the "Fa la la la la" song! " 'Tis the season to be jolly!") It is
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What word has been shortened into 'tis in shakespeare?