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- n. Alternative form of theave.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as theave.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See theave.
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There she splashed about frantically and implored her companions to "thave" her until helped to terra firma by
It's a stupid choice to have to make, but I'd rather thave a spineless do-nothing Democrat than a greedy pro-corruption Republican.
Simak, Simak, Simak! thave I said Simak enough yet?
Had Bush not gone with Cheney, we might not thave had the near-police state the country morphed into post 9/11.
"People don 'thave those kinds of hang-ups in Maine."
Once you have established that the move to the second company is the right one, you thave two options: to write or call the hiring manager at the original company.
It migh thave been funny to a 5 year old, but the overly simplified puns and bad acting were just too much.
Did senator Mcain believe the Iraqi UN representativeat that time when the latter told the world we do no thave WMD'S.
Is your point that they don't thave to defend themselves and that they should unilaterally disarm?
I did this to save myself transferring the balances again if I didn' thave to.