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  • noun Alternative spelling of theine.


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  • For example, this government goes to great lengths to negatiate WTO based open trade, but none of the protections thein seem to apply to the rights of free labor organization.

    High income and Wealth, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty 2009

  • The launching and hewing of the timber compelled thein to work up to their waists in water.

    For the term of his natural life 2004

  • "Because that's the rules, and the guards, they know the rules, yes sir, they know them because they make thein."

    Killing Floor Child, Lee 1997

  • In thein, community leaders appear to be showing a genuine commitment to the peace process and are distancing themselves from those elements who are bent on destabilisation.

    ANC Daily News Briefing 1994

  • The Tukar'rmnin made the spectacle unfold before thein.

    Tides Of Light Benford, Gregory, 1941- 1989

  • He looked up at the troupers surrounding the fire and pointed his finger at thein.

    Elephant Song Longyear, Barry 1982

  • And this is expressed by the legislator in the name, which is a compound of thein (running), and allesthai (leaping).

    The CRATYLUS Plato 1975

  • If they'd used sense, they'd have flown thein back to Beta and turned them loose.

    The Fuzzy Papers Piper, H. Beam 1962

  • But our friend with Scotch foresight and economy, has told us to make the servants of the Company do thein work.

    The Recreations of a Country Parson Andrew Kennedy Hutchison Boyd 1862

  • And this is expressed by the legislator in the name, which is a compound of thein

    Cratylus 427? BC-347? BC Plato 1855


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