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  • nisan On the afternoon of Friday, the eighth day of the Hebrew month Nisan, Jesus' once more reached the friendly home at Bethany, and there, where His welcome was always sure, He spent His last Sabbath upon earth.
  • pusan
  • san'a
  • sana Illic iuvenies, quidquid, conducit utrique: Relligio hic sana est, aura, ager, atque lucus.
  • sane Then a sense that they are coming back into a sane, dry world, and must be a lady and a gentleman again.
  • sen 18, 21. 2204 Sen.
  • sin The individual, it is true, may sin against the state and escape the full measure of this penalty himself.
  • sn Scribner's Magazine S.E.P. Saturday Evening Post Sn.
  • son I'll feel as if I done it-for my-son.
  • sun With the going down of the sun the wind, too, would probably die away.
  • thane Thane had never particularly liked Garth, but, now, he felt a touch of sympathy with him.
  • then Then why not us?
  • thespian They at first made overtures for an accommodation; but Cleonymus of Sparta having ventured with some troops to their assistance, and having made his way into Thebes, and Pisis, the Thespian, who was their first man in power and reputation, animating them to make a brave resistance, they broke off the treaty.
  • thin Looking up, he saw stars through the thin, broken clouds of smoke.
  • thing This is the thing that I can't do.
  • thomson They have hindered the popularity of pessimistic poets like Leopardi and Thomson.
  • thorn To the man on 'change this would doubtless seem a feather in the cap of the F.B.C.; only a few knew that before long it would prove a thorn in their sides.
  • thousand Less than the twenty-two thousand we can't expect he'll take.
  • thus Thus her mother, with decision in her voice.
  • tyson Of course you did, mister," replied Tyson.
  • Sean Sean Ruadh drove the cattle up to the giant's land, pushed down the wall, and let them in.
  • Than She can do it better than I can.
  • These These I've not looked at.
  • Thine His disciples remembered that it was written, The zeal of Thine house shall eat me up.
  • This But tell me this.
  • Those Those that he had were taken away from him.
  • Susan "We ought not to give you the trouble to come for your little girl, Mistress Halliburt," observed Miss Jane; "Susan can escort her if you do not think her old enough to go by herself."
  • Thais Colman 1768 He and his gift together-But till now I never knew this Thais was our neighbour.
  • San Though, had not the Conde San Vincente drawn the answer from me now, I should have preferred giving it through my father.
  • thorns One fell in impenetrable thorns, and we could not get nearer than about ten yards, and I missed another sitting.
  • thins "Our case becomes rounded off, and difficulty after difficulty thins away in front of us," said Holmes as we stood waiting for the arrival of the express from town.
  • thaws She might at least save 'em till the ground thaws-it's colder than Greenland out today."
  • thanes And Sigurd the Bishop said, "The old gods are not dead, For the great Thor still reigns, And among the Jarls and Thanes The old witchcraft still is spread."
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