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- n. Obsolete spelling of heather.
- adv. Obsolete spelling of hither.
- adv. Obsolete spelling of helder.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A simplified spelling of heather.
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Related These Families Shop When Aid Arrives The ability of companies to sustain such price increases may sway how the Federal Reserve views the health of the economy, and potentially figure in its decision on w hether another big round of stimulus is needed.
Turning points in history, in the life of a nation, are created by those who show up. hether we like them or not, the people in these Occupy camps around the country, are showing up and asking for us to join them in fighting for the soul of our nation.
The court went on to say that “[w] hether using uncertified products was an ‘honest mistake,’ is not a representation of fact upon which consumer reliance would be induced.”
[W] hether a form of cap will now apply to all forms of housing benefit.
W hether or not I'm on the subcommittee, we wouldn't know until December.
I have to admit, hether success or failure, Favreau knows how to play this game pretty well.
"[W] hether or not today's and other recent reports overstate the case, the improving trend of the labor market after the autumn/winter carnage cannot be denied."
In any case, it is left to the reader's judgment "[w] hether Alcide was as irresistible a conqueror as his namesake, or whether he was simply crazy" (226).
The real duty of the umpire is to decide pure questions of fact, — whether A or B first reached a certain point,w hether the ball was caught or dropped, etc.
Rokita nonetheless insisted the ID law is sound policy "[w] hether you want to believe fraud exists or not."