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- dat Whar you git dat?"
- hart He strode across the little space that divided them still, and stood over the Rusty Knight and the white Hart-Royal. Tommy vond mij zo apart Maar ik denk toch alleen aan Johnny Johnny stal voorgoed mijn hart Dikwijls dacht ik blij – Johhny by Annie De Reuver
- hat Denver's face was black under the shadow of his hat. Ev'ry lonely city where I hang my hat Ain't as half as pretty as where my baby's at. – Amarillo by neil sedaka
- hate "Well, I should hate to have anything happen to Peter, because I have lots of fun quarreling with him and should miss him dreadfully. Not prone to lust, revenge, or envious hate. Nor busy meddlers with intrigues of state; – The Choice by John Pomfret
- heat The death-struggles of those unhappy English people crowded in that narrow space, without air, in the fearful summer heat, stir the profoundest pity, the profoundest anguish. Not such as scorn the loitering street, Or waste, to earth its praise, Their noontide's unreturning heat About their morning ways; – The Wage-Slaves by Rudyard Kipling
- hot The fortune of that great day, the 14th of October, 1806, was decided early; and the awful event was announced by a hot retreat and a murderous pursuit through the streets of the town. Being blonde and being hot That got me exactly squat! – Positive by Unknown Author
- hut "No skeptic could explain just how, nor could one oft rebut The wonderous deeds that went on in that little Alpine hut – The Yodeling Veternarian Of The Alps by Veggie Tales (Related Recordings)
- tad His companions succeeded in getting Tad out, but they were utterly ignorant as to how to go to work to restore him to consciousness--and so my boy died.
- taft Mr. Taft had long been a member of Mr. Roosevelt's cabinet and had also been a very close personal friend.
- tahiti We hope to so manage that we shall stop at Tahiti and see Rui once more.
- tart When I thought myself ill-used as a child, I used always to refuse tart and cream, which I loved, and eat rice pudding, which I hated.
- Had Oh, yes, he had one.
- HIT Oliver raised his arm as though to hit him, then without a sound fell senseless.