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  • accepts apology
  • accepts gladly
  • chat "I shall do very well, as long as I can have a chat with you now and again.
  • ghat The oases of Ghat and Ghadames furnish more children, in proportion, who can read and write, than any of our English towns.
  • hat They were taking their time, certainly, those people; so she would put her hat on and go to meet them.
  • PHAT And phat do they cost?
  • ta The great expedition sent by the patriots to Bolivia was overwhelmingly defeated in the battle of Huaqui, and the Buenos Aires Junta, horribly alarmed for their own safety, ordered all the troops under their control to return and help defend that city.
  • tat 2. Pre-cip'i-tat-ed, urged on violently.
  • teat Pratts Self-Retaining Milking Tube can then be inserted until teat is better.
  • th Then, with disappointment depicted in every line of his suddenly weary body, he gloomily stammered: "Th-th-th-they've gone home!"
  • Thad Here, that'll do for you, Thad.
  • thai "Tha' niver says it's thai, does ter?
  • Than Sally recognises the boy more than ever.
  • Thar But I'd done been on top o' him-an' I'd a got thar ergin.
  • That How can you know that, and not know...."
  • thaw I could find nothing wrong with her in this way, though what a thaw might reveal I could not know.
  • thea "It's because I'm so wet," said Thea.
  • theater You didn't aarpen t'see it on the boards outside the theater?
  • theta There is, however, a third star, known as 20 Cancri, near the same place, and this Watson probably mistook for Theta.
  • threat I don't know enough to be a threat to him.
  • throat His throat was dry.
  • thud A heavy thud sounded to the left of Dorn.
  • thwart There, sure enough, he was, seated on the after-thwart, with the fiddle at his chin, working away with right good-will.
  • What 7959. What do you deal in?
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