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  • thunderbird But it was in the twentieth century that primitive men, their bodies streaked with black paint, fasted and danced, overcoming an enemy as they danced, compelling the Thunderbird to release the rain.
  • thundershower The lightning- I heard it from the butcher boy who brings the meat, he learned it from his master's wife herself, and now every child in the city knows it-the lightning struck the knight's casque during the thundershower yesterday; it ran along his armour, flashing brightly; the horse sank dead under him without moving a limb, but he himself escaped unhurt, and the mark of a cross can be seen in the place where the lightning struck his helmet.
  • undershirt The red's my old undershirt, the blue I found thrown up in the surf one day and the white is a bit of sail I had with me when I dropped in to take my throne.
  • undershoot
  • undershot Why an undershot bulldog is a peacock, 'long side of you.
  • Thundered A huge black shape thundered into view, seemingly of mammoth proportions in the dim light.
  • Thunderhead A web of white laced across the thunderhead.
  • post-structuralism It is used as an opportunity to discuss and examine issues concerning analytical feminism, in part to contrast the more prevalent influences of postmodernism and post-structuralism, and also to demonstrate that analytic philosophy is neither inherently or irredeemably male-biased.
  • day-night Throughout the day-night cycle the lakes and oceans rise and fall like tides in the Bay of Fundy, due to the heavy nightly rainfall and the easy evaporation of the liquid water (its heat of vaporization stands close to zero under Tenebran conditions).
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