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  • n. Plural form of theta.


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  • I see lost of psis and thetas, but at what point do you plug actual numbers into these things and get some sort of result?

    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Quantum Mechanics, But Were Afraid to Ask

  • Since its simple locative haθe ~ hanθe is found elsewhere in the same document, the only explanation I have for the unexpected -r- in haθrθi is that it is from earlier *e which has been sandwiched between the two thetas and subsequently shortened to a schwa.

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  • All of those alphas, thetas, and X-bar thingies seem pretty silly when you think language is really simple.


  • He riveted them together like scissors and filed cutting notches in thetas.


  • There is a natural standing court within us, examining, acquitting, and condemning at the tribunal of ourselves; wherein iniquities have their natural thetas [56] and no nocent is absolved by the verdict of himself.

    Christian Morals

  • Not only do their 2s become zeds, but their thetas become phis and their phis become rhos:

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  • Yes, Ms McLean wants to take your money for teaching you 'had any thetas.

    mgk: Machine Gun Keyboard

  • “I mean, this isn’t Greek, though it’s Greek to me, but there are a goodly smattering of thetas and alphas.”

    A Letter of Mary


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