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  • Why do we even allow theym to tell us 30 mpg is good?

    Live Blogging: Automakers on the Hill, Day 2 - The Lede Blog - 2008

  • We†™ re sending the message to theym that they are on their way out!

    Think Progress » The Cover-Up of Alito’s True Opinion on Roe 2005

  • And whan he shold depart fro theym, thenne he tolde theym what he was, and sayd, 'I am JOHAN THE

    Coronation Anecdotes Giles Gossip

  • The cardinal thereupon advised them to agree to give the king £2,000 in order to be discharged of their oaths "or ells every of theym to be sworn of and uppon the true value of their substance within the sum of 100 marks."

    London and the Kingdom - Volume I

  • And he was gladde to here theym talke of the welfare and holynesse of theyr kynge Saynt Edward.

    Coronation Anecdotes Giles Gossip

  • Thenne thys olde man comforted theym goodly, and brought theym in to a fayre cytee; and whanne they had well refreshed theym, and rested there alle nyhte, on the morne, this fayre olde man went with theym, and brought theym in the ryght waye agayne.

    Coronation Anecdotes Giles Gossip

  • ¶ For yf he so theym toke lost they we {re} for euer

    The Assemble of Goddes Anonymous

  • There was one other, perhaps not unnecessary, direction to be followed, which was to the effect that if by any chance the strangers should be overcome by the hospitality of the city, or, in the words of the record — "yf eny oversyght be wt moche drynke of the strangers" — the citizens were to "lett theym alone and no Englishemen to medyle wt theym."

    London and the Kingdom - Volume I

  • Thus they refe [30] us oure rest, Oure Lady theym wary [31]!

    The Growth of English Drama Arnold Wynne

  • Among the Chamber Accounts of this period we find an item of a sum exceeding £4 paid for "Cusshens to be occupied at Powles by my L. Maior and thaldermen, vz: — for cloth for the uttorside lyning of leather feathers and for making of theym as by a bill appearth." —

    London and the Kingdom - Volume I


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