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  • proper noun A desert in India and Pakistan

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Examples

  • The president may not have known it, but the first test case of what will happen after the surge is about to occur right outside Assad, in Thar Thar.

    The First Test of the Surge

  • The president may not have known it, but the first test case of what will happen after the surge is about to occur right outside Assad, in Thar Thar.

    The First Test of the Surge

  • Long ago -- or away, or whatever -- there was a world called Tharé and another called Erath.

    The Sky Is Falling

  • Thaung Sein, also known as Thar Cho, and Kyaw Thwin, more widely known by his pen name Moe Tun, were placed at Yemethin Prison in central Burma, according to the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners in Burma, a prisoner assistance group based in Thailand.

    Committee to Protect Journalists

  • Oddly enough, we don't seem to have progressed far beyond the Salem witch-hunt stage, 'Thar's demons in them-thar games!'...

    The air that we breathe

  • Oddly enough, we don't seem to have progressed far beyond the Salem witch-hunt stage, 'Thar's demons in them-thar games!'...

    April 2008

  • This come from the belief that once Drek'Thar's two wolves die, they'll only reset and therefore have to be killed again if someone loots the items off their corpses.

    Superstition

  • 'Thar's a call fur you, Bony,' said the young planter to the story teller; 'some young woman with designs on your landed possessions; ha! ha!'

    The Continental Monthly, Vol 2, No 6, December 1862 Devoted to Literature and National Policy

  • "Thar," he sighed, after a few moments, taking off his hat to mop the perspiration from his forehead, "I've made another bargain with luck, an 'mebbe this time I'll win."

    The Outdoor Girls in the Saddle Or, The Girl Miner of Gold Run

  • "Thar," whispered ancient Gideon fairly weeping, as they closed in on

    Judith of the Cumberlands

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