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TICK, contracts. Credit; as, if a servant usually buy for the master upon tick, and the servant buy something without the master's order, yet, if the master were trusted by the trader, he is liable. 1 Show. 95; 3 Keb. 625; 10 Mod. 111; 3 Esp. R. 214; 4 Esp. R. 174.

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As the minutes ticked past, some people in a crowd that had been hostile from the start became increasingly abusive and had to be kept at bay.
As the game clock ticked past three hours, it was the Japanese player who struck first in the final set, breaking serve in the first game, only for Murray to level things up three games later.
However, there was more drama as the clock ticked past 90.
The conversion was missed but, as the clock ticked past 80, South Leicester had a five-metre scrum, spreading the ball wide for Andrew Gates to go over in the corner, replacement Rickie Aley kicking the conversion to deny Broadstreet with the game's final act.
The clock had ticked past 11 hours since the Manchester City thrashing with only one to show for it - Moussa Sissoko's in that second half against Arsenal that now feels like a mirage - but Jack Colback was about to end that run.
MELBOURNE, Australia -- After the clock ticked past midnight, Andy Murray became aware that it was officially Australia Day and he already knew from the crowd reaction what to expect in the quarterfinals.
To view the photo gallery, click here From Hong Kong to London and New York to Rio, millions around the world celebrated when the clock ticked past midnight, ringing in 2015 with massive fireworks displays, concerts and light shows.
He steadily climbed up the order as the laps ticked past, and running fifth with six laps to go, with all the drivers ahead yet to make their stops.
But credit to Barnsley, they stuck at it and as the clock ticked past 90 minutes I would have taken a point.
However, they were simply overpowered and outthought, a massive scrum in the right corner putting Rory Lawson away from an eight-nine set move as the score ticked past 30.
A few seconds ticked past, and I watched Renee grab the back of her neck, and run her fingers through her hair while suspiciously looking over both shoulders.
The clock, however, ticked past any deadline and the race result was allowed to stand, giving Webber the eighth win of his career and second around the streets of the principality.