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  • proper n. Timothy, the companion of Paul.


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  • There were many Greeks, in his lifetime, who became great, and did great things, such as Timotheus, and Agesilaus, and Pelopidas, and

    Plutarch's Lives, Volume I

  • "Lemme tell ye what my Timotheus is a doin 'these days.

    Randy and Her Friends

  • Financial chief Timotheus Hoettges , however, said that a recent agreement with Greek unions over a reduction in the work week and wages would boost OTE operating profit by €160 million over the next three years.

    Deutsche Telekom Net Profit Up Despite Weak Europe

  • Deutsche Telekom's chief financial officer, Timotheus Hoettges, told Bloomberg in an e-mailed response that "all options are open in the U.S. -- the sale of the whole business or of parts."

    Sprint reportedly in talks to buy T-Mobile

  • Timotheus H ttges said that an initial public offering "could be an option, among others," but isn't a necessity to push the business forward.

    Deutsche Telekom Chief Defends U.S. Unit

  • Timotheus Hardballs: That is why it is so great to be a Jones.

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  • Timotheus, from shift to shift — struck arpeggios and harmonic tones, but without exciting any of the astonishment which I had expected.


  • Anastasius, who had just deposed another Macedonius, and placed in his stead Timotheus, by whose order this addition was ordered to be chanted.

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • It is written that Timotheus the Athenian, after he had, in the account he gave to the state of his government, often interlaced this speech, and in this, Fortune had no part, never prospered in anything, he undertook afterwards.

    The Essays

  • Athenian, and as Timotheus refused to put out to meet him, the



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