What is the correct spelling for THAHATOS?
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- take On Saturday evening, November 2nd, although no land was in sight, Columbus was so sure of his position that he ordered the fleet to take in sail and go on slowly until morning.
- thanatos Enter from the other side THANATOS; a crouching black-haired and winged figure, carrying a drawn sword.
- though They soon became expert navigators, though their ships were merely small boats made of a few pieces of timber joined together, and covered with the hide of the walrus and the seal. Passion and its brother hate, they come and go Could easily be made to stay for longer though – Love Is No Big Truth by kings of convenience
- takes "In short," I said, in conclusion, "my inclination for once takes sides with my duty, and leaves my sister in undisturbed possession of young Mr. Dunboyne."