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“So far, there is no ebidence to support this high-poth-esis.”
“Co-generation is a systems approach for producing poth power and heat.”
“Hymeneal (hi'me-ne'al), referring to marriage; from Hymen, the Greek god of marriage. hypothesis (hi-poth'e-sis), something not proved, but taken for granted for the purpose of argument. hyssop (his'up), a fragrant plant whose leaves have a strong taste.”
“The captain an 'the tocktor poth said they wadna eat a pit, an' perhaps Meester Stevey's gone pack to ta ship or the poat pecause she was tired.”
“Ant ta whusky'll mak 'us poth try," cried Tavish, laughing.”
“She would rather not pe knowing, for ta man might pe a Cam'ell poth.”
“I asked Gott dat He vould take us poth togedders to Himself!”
“And why call the thing in p. 79 (see p. 380) a translation, where 'two' words [Gr.] ( 'thel_o legein') of the original are expanded into four lines, and the other thing in p. 81 (see 'ibid'.) where [Gr.] 'mesonuktiais poth h_orais' is rendered by means of six hobbling verses?”
“Those of us in the know, call this a Hy-poth-e-sis.”
“Many poth holes are there and MPPJ has not taken care about that even tough complaints was made.”
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