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- An expression of gratitude, expressing greater gratitude than thank you or thanks.
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So many thanks are due to Melanie Votaw, who transcribed every interview for this book, and from about a hundred tapes put my words down on paper with meticulous accuracy.
As well, many thanks to Nick Burd, Literary Awards Program Manager at the PEN American Center, and the PEN staff for making my time in New York lovely.
Thay ar indeed very well chose things of all sorts: and I give you many thanks for the troble you have had with them: I sent you Tomey's scurt and long slevs of his ould cott; I hope you have them.
With many thanks to the members of your Honorable Board for the uniform kindness and attention that you have always given to my wishes, and for the care with which you have watched over the best interests of the Institution.
Sunday 23d [Winter '62] A great many thanks my dear Emmie I owe you for such a long cheerful letter which I sincerely hope was an index of your real improvement -- and not attributable in any way to the "medicated" beverage you had been taking at breakfast.
And many thanks to Joan Irwin, for rescuing me from the huskies.