The popularity of the word “tf” is the second-most popular in the world, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, trailing only English.
A lot of people know this word because of the popular anime series Naruto, which was created by the original creators, and is set in a world where humans are still able to speak.
The word is also used in a variety of settings, such as in computer programming and music, but its popularity is still growing.
The Oxford Dictionary says it’s most commonly used in the US, Europe, Australia and Canada.
In 2016, a study found that the number of Americans who use the word in a day rose from 6.7 million to 9.3 million.
This is not a bad thing, as it’s easier to keep track of a wide range of people’s languages than one person speaking every language.
However, when it comes to people who are more familiar with English, the popularity of tf drops.
The average usage of tf in 2017 was 6.3%, according to a report by the British Library.
According to the study, this means that an average person could speak at least three languages in their lifetime.
This means that it’s likely that people are using tf more often than the average person, meaning that tf is more widely used in 2017.
A similar report from the University of Pennsylvania’s Language Research Center found that about 10% of people have used tf in their lives, and another 14% have used it frequently in the past five years.
The other 14% said that they have not used tf at all.
If you have used a word in the last five years, it may have a higher frequency than a person who’s never used tf.
If it’s your first language, it’s possible to figure out what it means by looking at how many people have spoken it.
The first person to say tf in the English language was a girl named Emily.
She had just turned 12 when she said it.
She’s the first person in the history of the Oxford Dictionaries to use tf in a dictionary.
The second person to use it was a boy named Sam.
Sam is the first boy in the Oxford Dictionary to use the words tf and fave.
It’s a word that is not found in any other dictionary.
It may be one of the most common words, but it’s not the most important one.
People use tf for everything, and it’s a relatively recent addition to English.
People used tf to describe things that didn’t actually exist.
In 1848, English inventor and scientist Isaac Newton said tf was “one of the earliest and most important of the new inventions of nature,” according to an article in the Cambridge Dictionary of National Biography.
Today, tf is used in many everyday situations, including a word for “the weather,” as in the phrase, “It’s getting warmer outside.”
The term tf has a long history.
In the early 1900s, it was used to describe “the process of raising and lowering the humidity of the air.”
It was also used to mean “to make a noise or whistle” or “to sound like a dog.”
However, it wasn’t until the late 20th century that tf came to mean something more.
The term was coined by an American economist named Alfred Wegener, who wrote a book called The First Twenty Years of the English Language.
In this book, Wegener argued that the word tf was actually a contraction of “the noise made by animals, birds, insects, and other animals,” according the Oxford dictionary.
He also said that tf was used in “a variety of contexts.”
In an article published in the journal Applied Linguistics, the Oxford University Press published a study that showed that tf has been used for thousands of years.
This was in part because it was easy to translate.
If a person said tf, it meant that they had said something.
If someone said a different word, it would have been interpreted differently.
This meant that people used tf for a wide variety of things.
In some contexts, it can mean “anything you like,” according as the Oxford Language Log.
For example, in the United Kingdom, “tf means anything that is different from itself, and can be anything from a small piece of cloth, a large number of birds, or a small fire.”
The word tf also has a different meaning in different languages.
The study found an example of the usage of the term in Spanish.
In a speech made in Argentina in 2012, an Argentine man said, “Todo tener las frases de niveles de tema, más, de nieves, teneras, en esa esa, tu también esta, título el trabajo.”
“He said, ‘Todo esta nivele, tu más más es, témbró de tu es.'”
It’s also possible to hear the word used in another language