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n.1.A fit of pettishness, or slight anger; a tiff.
After all your fatigue you seem as ready for a tift with me as if you had newly come from church.
- Blackwood's Mag.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The Curious Voyage is the brainchild of Arkady Spivak, artistic director of TIFT. There were eight separate three-day performances, each with a capacity of 36.
Ms Cunningham said: "The Andrew Tift portraits attracted huge attention, were highly praised and proved a perfect complement to Leonardo's work."
Diana's niece, Jemma Tift, said: "This is fantastic news.
Tift started in bands like the Carbines and Two Dollar Pistols before Ryan Adams helped her secure a recording contract.
The day of culinary exploration will commence in the morning, when guests will be collected by Chef a tift and taken to one of the best farmers' markets in Prague.
He is an active performer at the Tift Theatre and chairman of the Tift Theatre Advisory Board.
For example, Bessie Tift College, a Baptist women's college in Forsyth, Georgia, began to emphasize the structure and work of the Southern Baptist Convention as strongly as it did the liberal arts.
The new control method, called time-independent functional training (TIFT), allows the patient to learn the desired movement in joint space at his or her own pace, while still requiring the patient to actively complete the movement.
She later worked for a doctor in Rugby before marrying her first husband John Tift, with whom she had one daughter.
BP Portrait Award winner Andrew Tift will create the new portrait, which will take pride of place in an exhibition at the museum next September.