Re: ti(d/t)bit

Subject: Re: ti(d/t)bit
From: Andreas Ramos <andreas -at- NETCOM -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 8 Mar 1994 19:01:15 -0800

In British, it means a tiny bit, as in "I'll have a tit of that" or "just
a tit, please".


Andreas Ramos, M.A. Heidelberg Sacramento, California

On Tue, 8 Mar 1994, Bonni Graham wrote:

> I'd always heard tid, but have noticed tit in writing, usually British. Any
> other thoughts?

> Bonni Graham
> Technical Writer
> President, San Diego STC
> BonniG -at- aol -dot- com

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