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  • Txoj cai txwv tsis pub nres tsheb thaum muaj te los hlob heev yuav si rau thaum 9 Teev tsaus ntuj hmo no.

    Again, Canadians ahead of US

  • Txoj cai txwv tsis pub nres tsheb thaum muaj te los hlob heev yuav si rau thaum 9 Teev tsaus ntuj hmo no.

    March 13th, 2006

  • Txoj cai txwv tsis pub nres tsheb thaum muaj te los hlob heev yuav si rau thaum 9 Teev tsaus ntuj hmo no.

    A Dance to the Music of Life

  • Txoj cai txwv tsis pub nres tsheb thaum muaj te los hlob heev yuav si rau thaum 9 Teev tsaus ntuj hmo no.

    2008 December « A Dance to the Music of Life

  • Just be happy that there is a chance that out universe does not exist because HEX needed somewhere to output the thaumatic energy of thaum fission.

    Science versus ID: Message in the sky - The Panda's Thumb

  • Thaum: Hnub vasxaum lub 3 hlis tim 20 thaum 8 teev sawv ntxov txog 3: 30 yav tavsu

    The Appleton Post-Crescent Latest Headlines

  • I suspect that I’m forgetting some works that openly mock their magic or that analyze it to the last thaum, but my brain’s fried from overtime and so not up to coming up with a better example.

    Laughing at the magic «

  • I suspect that I’m forgetting some works that openly mock their magic or that analyze it to the last thaum, but my brain’s fried from overtime and so not up to coming up with a better example.

    2009 September «

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  • A unit of magical energy, as featured in the Discworld novels by Terry Pratchett.

    Wikipedia says this: "The Thaum is a measuring unit used in quantifying magic on the disk. It equals the amount of mystical energy required to conjure up one small white pigeon, or three normal-sized billiard balls. Several SI-modifiers have been applied to it (e.g. millithaum, kilothaum) in the books. Magic can be measured with a thaumometer, which looks like a black cube with a dial on one side."

    October 10, 2008