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Correct spellings for T5HAN

  • han Others said that they had dreamed that a lo-han had come and lain beside them.
  • tan He carries a guitar slung over his shoulders, wears an old derby hat, tan shirt with a dark tie, well-worn blue suit, the coat of which comes to his knees, and tan shoes, slashed along the sides to make room for his feet.
  • thai "It is Thai tradition that the eldest brother is supposed to keep the inheritance for the younger ones.
  • thane We have held on to Dangan since Harry Fifth's time; and to our name since Guy of Welswe was made a thane by Athelstan.
  • thank "Thank you," replied the girl; "but in this case I think you had better write."
  • thaw Yewy stwange, thaw-inexpwicably stwange!
  • then And what will you say then, I should like to know?
  • thin There was a short man and a thin one.
  • thing The thing had, of course, come about just at the wrong time.
  • thorn D'ye know what he meant when he said he was the Thorn in the Flesh?
  • Than 4614. Can you say anything more about that shop than he did?
  • Thar "I've just dropped out o' that thar window," he paid, pointing to the opening above.
  • That 4748. Why was that?
  • Thine Lift thine eyes to the hills from whence cometh thy help!
  • Chan He is the incarnation of the never-dying Buddha, the representative of the unbroken, mysteriously continued line of spiritual emperors ruling since 1670, concealing in themselves the ever refining spirit of Buddha Amitabha joined with Chan-ra-zi or the "Compassionate Spirit of the Mountains."
  • Ethan Well, I am Ethan Allen.
  • Thad On the west bank of thad Chapin Street there was a row of black oxhart cherry trees belonging to Doctor Behan's widow.
  • Thanh
  • accepts apology