Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • See this and that.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • pronoun The plural of that. See that.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • determiner Plural form of that.

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[Middle English thos, from Old English thās, these; see these.]

Examples

  • When fans logged on to request tickets at face value, however, Ticketmaster, redirected those requests to TicketsNow, an alternate site owned by Ticketmaster where  those who already have tickets can resell them for whatever the market will bear.

    ‘Boss’ bummed out by Ticketmaster

  • I've always wondered how she would expect to win in the general election after treating her own supporters that way, insulting as 'insignificant' any state in which she subsequently lost, never bothering to publicly thank those who worked for her in those states (tho she flew to Florida to thank * those* supporters), and - apparently - leaving bad debts in her wake.

    Hillary: "Shame On You, Barack Obama"

  • Especially as in some of those universes it happened by sheer outrageous chance, or because aliens with superpowerful technology were messing with us, or whatever, so *those* universes don't need any sort of god on that account.

    An Infinite God vs. An Infinite Maker of Infinite Numbers of Gods

  • Have to say - those meals you call uninspired..well, ohh..those are my lifesavers when I come home late from work :

    Spinach and Avocado Sandwich

  • I wish i new where to buy those REALLY cool tiny men, that you put on one of your cupcakes..those are very cool. hehe :

    Holiday Give Away! Two Autographed Copies of Julie Hasson's Cupcake Book!

  • Moreover, nothing is more certain than that the preamble alluded to never included, in the minds of those who framed it, _those who were then pining in bondage_ -- for, in that case, a general emancipation of the slaves would have instantly been proclaimed throughout the United States.

    The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 4 of 4

  • But our object is not to analyze the social influence of Monachism in the middle ages: much might be said against it, and many evils traced to the sad workings of its evil spirit, but still withal something may be said in favor of it, and those who regard its influence in _those days alone_ may find more to admire and defend than they expected, or their

    Bibliomania in the Middle Ages

  • Moreover, nothing is more certain than that the preamble alluded to never included, in the minds of those who framed it, _those who were then pining in bondage_ -- for, in that case, a general emancipation of the slaves would have instantly been proclaimed throughout the United States.

    The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus

  • Moreover, nothing is more certain than that the preamble alluded to never included, in the minds of those who framed it, _those who were then pining in bondage_ -- for, in that case, a general emancipation of the slaves would have instantly been proclaimed throughout the United States.

    The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 3 of 4

  • Moreover, nothing is more certain than that the preamble alluded to never included, in the minds of those who framed it, _those who were then pining in bondage_ -- for, in that case, a general emancipation of the slaves would have instantly been proclaimed throughout the United States.

    The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 3 of 4

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