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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • Edward

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  • After another moment he said, “I wonder what Tracy Thatch is thinking about right now.”

    Whitmore, 1969

  • After another moment he said, “I wonder what Tracy Thatch is thinking about right now.”

    Whitmore, 1969

  • Elton is as welcome in comedy circles nowadays as Nick Griffin at a royal tea party, but his "Thatch" - bashing on Saturday Live (a show on which Denis Healey did guest slots) inspired a generation.

    Talk politics, lose a crowd

  • If, to paraphrase Thatch, the gentleman is not for turning, then there is no force that can make him do so.

    A victory for Gordon Brown

  • If, to paraphrase Thatch, the gentleman is not for turning, then there is no force that can make him do so.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • The ninth-most expensive private island on the market, a stunning example off the coast of St. Thomas known as Thatch Cay, clocks in at a tough-to-reach $24 million.

    Most Expensive Private Islands 2006

  • For facts on the most repressive regime in the UK in modern times I suggest you read any newspaper on any day and you will find many examples of the type of policies that if "Thatch" had tried to implement you would have been screaming your protests on the streets.

    Gordon Brown and the suspension of normal politics

  • He can be forgiven, after all it was only 'Thatch' they were after

    It's a scandal

  • The old lefty right-on artists only functioned when they had "Thatch'" to sneer at.

    STAND DOWN JEREMY...

  • This questioning became a favourite piece for the BBC to repeat as often as possible so as to attack "Thatch" and something that Tam Dalyell and Anthony Wedgwood Benn wold bang on about as often as possible during the 1980's and much of the 1990's until 1997.

    General confusion

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