Tie-rod

Tie"-rod

(?), n. A rod used as a tie. See Tie.
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Tiers` `tat"

(?). [F.] The third estate, or commonalty, in France, answering to the commons in Great Britain; -- so called in distinction from, and as inferior to, the nobles and clergy.
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The refusal of the clergy and nobility to give the tiers tat a representation in the States-general proportioned to their actual numbers had an important influence in bringing on the French Revolution of 1789. Since that time the term has been purely historical.
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