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  • Thith ith little Gwynne, and thith ith Minnie, and we call thith one Dot, and baby ith in the nurthery.

    Gladys, the Reaper

  • If you want thith Doctor Proctor fellow to hear you, you need thomething loud.

    Bubble in the Bathtub

  • “Like thith?” he said, his tongue pushing the seed against the roof of his mouth.

    PERSEPHONE THE PHONY

  • "I have thith terrible toothache, and thinth there'th no waiting right now, you could ..."

    Stalling

  • Use it in a sentence - Pleathe write all your soughths down in thith here journal and we will dithcuth them later.

    Guess Who!

  • It makes for a nice sound bite "they can speak their mind" and it doubtless makes his loony, deluded Fox fans throb thith patriotic hearystrings, but like all that emerges from his mouth it is filthy lies.

    The Dixie Chicks, "Shut Up and Sing" and the Cost of Dissent

  • This can be a problem when I sit down to write something pithy for thith column.

    Multi-Entry Blogging: Something for Everyone!

  • Stand silent as he asks, with his lisp, if he can have thith danth.

    The Worst Years of Your Life

  • My latht wordth to you ith thith, Thtick to the termth of your engagement, be obedient to the Thquire, and forget uth.

    Hard Times

  • If my dog leth thith young man thtir a peg on foot, I give him leave to go.

    Hard Times

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