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  • there He was standin' there lukin' at me.
  • thereby And it is a grave truth we here meet, that every one of us who has received life from Christ has thereby in possession what may give life to many other human souls.
  • therefor The conclusion is thus his Decision, which provides the general plan, or the basis therefor, from which he will, in the second step, develop a detailed plan of operations for his force.
  • therein Harry King, who had never witnessed a trial in his life, began to grow interested in these details quite aside from his own part therein.
  • thereof The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the voice thereof, but knowest not whence it cometh, and whither it goeth: so is every one that is born of the Spirit.
  • thereon I will question Betty thereon.
  • theresa The Austrian Empress, Maria Theresa, interested in everything that could prove to be for the benefit of her people, invited the distinguished pupil of Boerhaave, Van Swieten, to become her family physician, and encouraged him in the foundation of a clinical medical school at Vienna.
  • thereto The Herald had some very nice things to say of the new doctor; in fact, he and his actions took up a goodly portion of so much of the Herald as was printed at home, because the fire had to be told of, with all things relating thereto.
  • thieve I have my eye on them when they thieve, but I do not appear to be seeing them; then I thrust a judgment down their throat as it were a feather, and force them to vomit up all they have robbed from me.
  • three When the three men went off he followed them.
  • thrive So they went to the parson and were married; but they fell out so extremely that they scolded all the summer season; and Tom drank good ale, and told old tales all the winter time, and so they could never but thrive all the year through.
  • wherever But I will go first with you, Sir Kildene, wherever you wish me to go.
  • Thereat Her husband, seeing her combing her head in the morning, marvelled thereat.
  • Therese At last, our conversation falling upon a concert given a few days before by Imer, the actor, and in which his daughter, Therese, had taken a brilliant part, Juliette turned round to me and inquired what M. de Malipiero did for Therese.
  • they've And to think you have to play on the team with Mignon, Muriel and Susan, after the way they've treated you.
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