I mean, I do end up writing, but in a twelve hour writing day, I have about four hours of actual writing.
"We've identified about twelve people so far, and we've gotten a hold of one of the people we have a photo of," he explained.
He'd become a pimp as soon as he could, after his parents had thrown him out of the house twelve years earlier.
By the time they had their first burst of success in 1964, in fact, they had performed live an estimated twelve hundred times.
My common-law husband and I have been nauseatingly in love for twelve years.
By 1912 the number had grown to twenty-three thousand girls in twelve States.
On the 26th we arrived at Salisbury, twelve miles from Adelaide.
We reached Worcester about twelve, and went to the Star and Garter.
The clock struck twelve, and it seemed as if it struck a thousand.
Pores irregular, roundish; twelve to sixteen on the radius of the phacoid shell, two to three on the breadth of each ring.
Old English twelf, literally "two left" (over ten), from Proto-Germanic *twa-lif-, a compound of the root of two + *lif-, root of the verb leave (see eleven). Cf. Old Saxon twelif, Old Norse tolf, Old Frisian twelef, Middle Dutch twalef, Dutch twaalf, Old High German zwelif, German zwölf, Gothic twalif. Outside Germanic, an analogous formation is Lithuanian dvylika, with second element -lika "left over."