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Correct spellings for THEMEN
- did on one's own volition
- hymen Give way to my prayers, my lovely friend, and then you shall know the difference between Love and Hymen.
- sub sections
- thames This garden to which I went led down to the Thames.
- Them For them there was nothing else.
- theme She was not alone as I entered,-the Countess Palfi was with her,-and I scarcely knew how to approach my theme in presence of a third person.
- themes This volume of new studies on old-time themes, chiefly concerning the social and domestic life of England, is sent forth with a hope that it may prove entertaining and instructive.
- then "What are you, then?
- therein It is customary to begin with the words, "This force will", followed by a statement of the general plan and, unless secrecy or other considerations forbid, by the purpose of the effort embodied therein.
- thereon This gives a chance to examine fully the financial policy-but only the financial policy-of the government; without, however, any corresponding means of expressing the judgment of the House thereon.
- Theron Perhaps when he wrote Theron and Aspasio some years later his views were somewhat changed.
- Thurman At the election on November 6th Harrison and Morton carried twenty States, with their 233 electoral votes, and Cleveland and Thurman carried eighteen States, with 123 electoral votes.
- thyme Oh, I know, Aunt Maggie will give me a little sage-bush, she has lots; and p'raps she'll be able to give me some lemon-thyme too!
- yemen I may forget all else, but never shall I forget her as she stood, As I stood, that hour of parting; heart to heart in speechless anguish; Then she turned her to Thoreyya, to her sister, sadly weeping; Coursed the tears down cheek and bosom, till her passion found an utterance; "Tell him, sister, tell him; yet be not as one that chides or murmurs, Why so long thy distant tarrying on the unlovely shores of Yemen?