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  • hr Agnew's time in the bath-room was 1 hr.
  • ru If at the end of the week he can pronounce it Feb-ru-ary we shall give him the word "address."
  • th They were a part of the New York Division of the -th, all supposed to be New York men.
  • theory Her theory is that we must all die together; the children haven't been at school since the strike began.
  • there You can ask any of the professors there about me.
  • tho Tho' the night be black as pick and tar, I'll guide ye o'er yon hill sae hie; And bring ye a' in safety back, If ye'll be true, and follow me.
  • thor By Sir John Tenniel 465 Sketch for the Pocket-Book: "Thor."
  • thoreau The lines "No speed of mine avails To hunt upon their shining trails" Thoreau evidently utilized as text for his well-known fable in 'Walden' of the lost hound, bay horse, and turtle-dove.
  • thou Some said, "Thou must first go to Loughborough."
  • three All that will take at least three days.
  • throb Then came another throb of terror.
  • throe She gasped with a throe of the old memories.
  • through An' all through you!
  • throw To throw themselves into it!
  • thrum His hands trembled as he continued to thrum upon the strings.
  • thrush As she went about her daily tasks, the good dame seemed to have forgotten her old woes and troubles and Freyo whistled like a thrush as he sat working at his bench.
  • thud I heard something strike the corner of the house above me, with a dull thud, and then I saw Plummer plunge down into the flood beneath.
  • thug Each had a hand clapped over his mouth, whilst he was securely gagged and bound by men who evidently had the arts of the Thug at their fingers' ends.
  • thus Thus it was that from being a master he found himself a servant.
  • true "Marry," said they, "that is true indeed."
  • Thar Suppose they go thar?"
  • The It was the way he did it.
  • Threw Charlotte threw herself into the silence that followed.
  • Thy "But now," said she, "I will be too hard for the king's son, for I will kiss thee, and he's to show thy lips."
  • Thu I munched hum un thu Unchster Bunk un Munchday.
  • TR See, I tr-ry to comfort myself in this question: Perhaps you did not know it was I whose horse you heard?"
  • THUR Thur bean't none as good as thaim.
  • THURS In Tholley dwells that Thurs, that dog-wise Jotun, of all rock-dwellers the worst: he is a fitting man for thee.
  • they're They're all one to me."
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