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  • accepts apology
  • Chan I gaue ye Power, as he was a Counsellour to try him, Not as a Groome: There's some of ye, I see, More out of Malice then Integrity, Would trye him to the vtmost, had ye meane, Which ye shall neuer haue while I liue Chan.
  • Ethan Ethan Allen was in this Towne last Winter, and returnd disgusted on his being informd that we were determined to support our Claim.
  • ghana Ghana had gained its status as an independent nation.
  • hahn "Then I answer: I prefer remaining Frederica Hahn.
  • han Han yo' never yerd that childer's angels awlus behold th' face o' their Faither aboon?
  • NAAN
  • Shana
  • tan Several males have a round, orange-tan glandular area on the chin, as does P. ignicolor.
  • tarn Elected deputy of Tarn in 1792. Afterwards became a member of the Council of Five Hundred.
  • Thad You see, Thad, there are a great many things about running a house that neither you nor I are familiar with yet, and it seems to me that maybe we'd better wait a little while before we impose these rules on the girls; it would be awkward to have to make changes afterwards, you know.
  • thai "This is Nawin Biadklang, a nice enough Thai, I suppose," said the Laotian to his sister.
  • Than "I am sure I should remember all you tell me, and then I might teach Jacob to read better than he does now.
  • thane Thane had strode past Garth's secretary and into the inner office without a word.
  • Thanh
  • thank "Very much, thank you," she said, at last.
  • Thar Thar hain't no fashion I could fail."
  • That What can that be?
  • thaw Afterwards thaw, and place the same test-tube in lukewarm water.
  • thea "But, Thea," Prince Nimbsch interrupted his cousin, "we none of us agreed to wager with you."
  • then Then you have heard.
  • thin How strange and thin and old you have got!
  • Thine O Lord, correct me, but with judgment; not in thine anger, lest thou bring me to nothing."
  • thing 9835. When you get a thing out of the shop, do you always know the price of it?
  • thorn He is a great thorn in the side of the Squire, who is sadly afraid that he will introduce politics into the village, and turn it into an unhappy, thinking community.
  • thorny Narrow, thorny little fences separated these huts from each other and from the streets.
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