The

The intransitive verb See Thee . [ Obsolete] Chaucer. Milton.
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The

The (&thlig;ē, when emphatic or alone ; &thlig;e, obscure before a vowel ; &thlig; e , obscure before a consonant ; 37) definite article. [ Anglo-Saxon ðe , a later form for earlier nom. sing. masc. , formed under the influence of the oblique ...
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The

The adverb [ Anglo-Saxon ðē , ðȳ , instrumental case of sē , seó , ðæt , the definite article. See 2d The .] By that; by how much; by so much; on that account; -- used before comparatives; as, the longer we continue in sin,
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The

• (adv.) By that; by how much; by so much; on that account; -- used before comparatives; as, the longer we continue in sin, the more difficult it is to reform. • (v. i.) See Thee. • (definite article.) A word placed before nouns to limit or individualize their meaning.
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[Victorian] The Manchester School of Painters was formed by a number of disgruntled young vanguard painters in the 1870s. They were deeply influenced by the artist, Joseph Knight who was a successful painter, etcher and photographer. He was the founder member of the Manchester School of Painters. Knight painted how `he” desired and refuse...
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[Cyrillic] The is used in the alphabets of the Bashkir and Chuvash languages. ==Computing codes== ...
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The

[Almost] L&B enamel sign used to head poster boards. Photographed by: Martyn de Young 20 July 2006 ...
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The

[Almost Graduate] A hut built by Indigenous Australians (such as the Kuku Yulanji tribe). These huts are commonly made of rattan, palm leaves, ginger and banana leaves. Paperbark is used to line the floor of the hut. Beds in the hut from grasses and ferns. Source - Flecker Botanical Gardens, Cairns. Photo taken by Frances76. fghberghfiervgr...
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The

[Almost] Mizugami patch, the international symbol of Isshinryu. I have the permission of Phil Little, the head of the United States Isshinryu Karate Association to use this image. ...
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[206] ], a new Seattle-based sketch comedy show starring Almost Live! alumni John Keister, Pat Cashman, and Chris Cashman. Wilson has also appeared on-screen in two sketches. ...
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The

[Original] The (Original) Church of God is a Pentecostal Holiness Christian denomination located mostly in the Southeastern United States. Its origins can be traced to a small meeting of Christians at the Barney Creek Meeting House in Monroe County, Tennessee in 1886. This church is often denominated the Church of God (Cleveland TN) to dist...
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[206] James McKenna KONG-TV (Repeats) The (206) (styled `The [206]” on-screen) is a local sketch comedy television show in Seattle, Washington, broadcast by NBC affiliate KING-TV, that premiered on January 6, 2013. The show is broadcast on Sunday at 1:00 AM (Pacific), following Saturday Night Live. It is the successor to Almost Live! and ...
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Thé

tea.
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