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  • Thus the Greek word for universe (κόσμος) carried both a scientific and an aes - thetic meaning.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Thus, the English word "overcharge" may mean many things to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, but they are all translated into Russian by completely different words that are not interchangeable.

    Russia Blog

  • Thus, the English word "overcharge" may mean many things to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, but they are all translated into Russian by completely different words that are not interchangeable.

    Russia Blog

  • Thus the Greek word "phosphoros" means Light-bearer or Light-bringer.

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  • Thus, the English word "overcharge" may mean many things to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, but they are all translated into Russian by completely different words that are not interchangeable.

    Pajamas Media

  • Thus the Greek word "phosphoros" means Light-bearer or Light-bringer.

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  • Thus, the English word "overcharge" may mean many things to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, but they are all translated into Russian by completely different words that are not interchangeable.

    Russia Blog

  • Thus a Spanish word uttered by one man at one time, overthrew, or at the leastwise hindered sundry privy practices of many at another. "

    Industrial Biography, Iron Workers and Tool Makers

  • "Thus" is already an adverb, so adding an "ly" to the end of it is unnecessary and incorrect.

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  • "Thus" is already an adverb, so adding an "ly" to the end of it is unnecessary and incorrect.

    Strunk and Light Addendum

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