The collection included t-shirts featuring street wear brand Been trill, jeans, and hoodies.
Even assuming full extension of Bush tax cuts, which add their own $5 trillion or so to the deficit, Romney adds another $3 trill.
The Benedictions ended, the young man began to trill, but in a weaker voice and without charm.
Is the alternation of the thumb and the second finger desirable in the playing of a trill?
It was the clearest little voice in the world, and it spoke with a trill which Boy Hugh seemed to have heard somewhere before.
As I reached it, I heard a trill as perfect as Tetrazzini's.
Auer himself has assured me that I have a trill that runs on and on without a sign of fatigue or uncertainty.
We cocked our ears, but heard not even so much as the trill of a tree-toad.
He is said to have been able to trill in octaves with one hand.
Taking the child on his knee, the stranger showed him how to trill.
1640s, from Italian trillio, triglio "a quavering or warbling in singing," probably of imitative origin. The verb is 1660s, from Italian trillare "to quaver, trill." Related: Trilled; trilling.