Not every estate owner was responsible; inheritance often entailed no more business sense than a Bertie Wooster or Mr. toad.
It is a combination of the words cesso (toilet) and rospo (toad).
"Even though you are feeling very strong I can pull you into the sea," said the toad.
It might easily be mistaken for a toad, though it is a veritable frog.
And within were flights of printed notes, and the words of the "toad Pome" in cold black and white.
One day the toad received an invitation to attend a party in the sky.
She herself had one day been refused a piece of bread and cheese by a neighbor's child and had invoked the toad's help.
Not far from the toad's house there lived a big black buzzard.
Specimens should be killed by chloroform as described for the toad, p. 5.
He had his violin with him, of course, because the toad had asked him to bring it.
Old English tadige, tadie, of unknown origin and with no known cognates outside English.
A technical knockout, declared when one fighter is judged unfit to continue, although still conscious (1940s+ Prizefighting)
: He was TKO'd in the fourth round