[ US /ˈtɪndəɫ/ ]
  1. English translator and Protestant martyr; his translation of the Bible into English (which later formed the basis for the King James Version) aroused ecclesiastical opposition; he left England in 1524 and was burned at the stake in Antwerp as a heretic (1494-1536)
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How To Use Tindal In A Sentence

  • A No.75 Squadron pilot taxies a Hornet out on to the runway at RAAF Base Tindal for a mission during Exercise Aces North.
  • Tindal Street Press gives the genre a push onto the bookshelves.
  • Also giving heaps of credit to Martindale was co-star Walton Goggins, who, along with series star Timothy Olyphant and guest star Jeremy Davies, also earned a nod on Thursday. Justified Emmy Nominee Margo Martindale: "I Haven't Gotten to Do All the Things I Can Do"
  • (according to the Martindale-Hubbell Legal Register) of the Eastern Development Company: a firm of this name cooperated with Lansky, Hank Greenspun, and others in the supply of arms to the nascent state of Israel. Dandelion Salad
  • My full 18-point platform as well as a complete biographical statement and vita may be found at www.colinmartindale.com/home.htm.
  • Original source article: Written by Suzanne Tindal for zdnet. com.au ACS:Law — copyright breakers
  • In the space of 24 hours 134.6 mm of rain fell at Tindal airbase, Northern Territory. Weatherwatch: Cyclone Grant hits the north coast of Australia
  • He and his three-man team are all qualified electricians responsible for 3300 fittings that comprise Tindal's runway, taxiways and Ordnance Loading Area lighting system.
  • There has been no shortage of volunteers willing to move homes at RAAF Base Tindal lately.
  • Dry Weetbix, children's rusks and Berocca were just some of the substances the iron men and women of Tindal had to swallow.
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