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Definitions

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  • phrase obsolete Contraction of at his.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Still, compared with the challenges facing the developed world, th at's unlikely to cause much more than a hiccup.

    'HIIC' Nations Are Acting Like Backwaters

  • Just look at the ingenuity evidenced by wheretheladies. at's use of gender based location filtering to create the Holy Grail of nerd dating:  an app that tells you where tech savvy women are.

    An Open Letter to @Ev and @Biz

  • Well MozCC of course, the add-on which scans each page you look at's metadata and informs you if it is under a Creative Commons licence;

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Och.. at's a properly adorable little dug, if I've ever seen one..

    Hello, Fallon

  • T.at's trillions with a T. Bill Gross told Bloomberg T.: "T.ere's a potential catastrophe if the U.S. government continues to focus on billions of dollars."

    CNN Transcript Feb 6, 2009

  • T.at's with a T. CNN is digging deeper, challenging -- channeling our global resources to bring you weeklong reporting on America's "Road to Rescue."

    CNN Transcript Mar 19, 2009

  • T.at's far from a record: A Minnesotan named T. Edison Smith, a retired physical-education professor, has shot his age or better nearly 2,700 times.

    The Wonders of Shooting Your Age

  • T. HAGGARD: T.at's why these two that have come forward about their experiences with me back in 2006, I understand their pain.

    CNN Transcript Jan 29, 2009

  • T. HAGGARD: T.at's what I'm going to therapy about.

    CNN Transcript Jan 29, 2009

  • T. HAGGARD: T.at's the question on our blog at cnn. com/larryking.

    CNN Transcript Jan 29, 2009

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