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  • accepts loan of
  • accouches
  • all owing
  • Hath Except half a dozen pages in Dugdale, I know of no author who hath professedly treated of Birmingham.
  • kith I am a lonely man; no kith nor kin.
  • pith Has written in Secular Thought, the Truthseeker and the Freethinker's Magazine, and published rational lectures under the title Pioneer Pith, '89. In '89 he was elected President of the Canadian Secular Union.
  • That "Oh, that was nothing," said Albert.
  • thatch This house is made of mud-that is, sun-dried clay, with a roof of thatch, and shows how houses were made and looked in Bible times.
  • thigh A bullet hit him in the thigh: he fell, and was making ready to let himself be killed on the spot, rather than surrender, when there suddenly interposed between him and his assailants a kind of very thick mist which covered everything-the ground, the trees, the keepers, and the wounded man himself.
  • thighs Instantly the blamed thing increased,-five or six of them on my legs, two or three on the thighs, one crushed beneath my hip and another clear up to my belly.
  • thin "Why, it's quite a month since I've seen you, Mr Linnell," she said, "and-and you look quite pale and thin."
  • thirty 9924. How has the rent been usually paid to the landlord during the last twenty or thirty years?
  • This If this was true ...
  • thither Thither he was followed by Holtspur and Gregory Garth, when all three commenced re-examining the tracks.
  • thoth Hermopolis, the town of Thoth.
  • tithe Every single house, from that of the landowner, through the rent; that of the clergyman, through the tithe-down to the humblest cottage, is directly interested in the crop of corn.
  • With "But why-why did he not come with you?
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