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Tottled
Totly Tot"ly, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Tottled; p. pr. & vb. n. Tottling.] [See Toddle, Totter.] To walk in a wavering, unsteady manner; to toddle; to topple. [Colloq.]

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- Douglas Tottle (born 1944, believed to have died 2003 or earlier) was a Canadian trade union activist and the author of a book about the Holodomor entitled...
- Tottles was a character from Lewis Carroll's novel Sylvie and Bruno Concluded (1893), the second volume following on from Sylvie and Bruno (1889). It...
- Party approached the Canadian Communist Party to engage journalist Douglas Tottle to prepare counter-propaganda materials under the title "Fraud, Famine and...
- Gordon Tottle is an American retired ice hockey defenseman, who pla**** 456 games in the American Hockey League with the Springfield Indians. In his career...
- Paul Tottle (born January 1958) is a justice on the Supreme Court of Western Australia as of August 2015. Prior to this, Tottle founded the commercial...
- Jack Tottle (born November 24, 1939 in Baltimore, Maryland) is an American bluegr**** musician, singer, mandolin player, songwriter, music teacher and author...
- Trade-union activist Douglas Tottle wrote Fraud, Famine and Fascism: The Ukrainian Genocide Myth from Hitler to Harvard in 1987. Tottle claims that while there...
- The Monthly Magazine, October 1834. "A P****age in the Life of Mr. Watkins Tottle" (SB 54), originally "Chapter the First" and "Chapter the Second" in two...
- by-election. Information about that candidate has been included on this page. Tottle worked in West Kildonan at the time of the election. He received 102 votes...
- not intentional state policy. Notable nonscholars Grover Furr and Douglas Tottle hold that the famine was not genocide and portray it as Ukrainian nationalist...
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