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- alt 1964–1970: Winters Ranch area (junction Carson–Reno Highway / US 395 and Old Highway 395 / SR 429) south to Washoe Valley—Washoe County—Carson City line 1973: Reno—Panther Valley (Exit 72) south to East 2nd Street / Glendale Avenue (Exit 67) 1978: Reno—East Second Street / Glendale Avenue (Exit 67) south to Mill Street (Exit 66) 1979: Reno—Mill Street (Exit 66) south to Plumb Lane / Villanova Drive (Exit 65) 1981: Reno—Plumb Lane / Villanova Drive (Exit 65) south to South Virginia Street (at the Exit 63 half-interchange) 1986: Reno—South Virginia Street (Exit 63) to Del Monte Lane, now Neil Road (Exit 62) 1989: Reno—Del Monte Lane, now Neil Road (Exit 62) south to South Virginia Street (at Exit 61) 1996: Reno—South Virginia Street (Exit 61) south to SR 431 / Mount Rose Highway (Exit 56) 2006: Carson City—Washoe County—Carson City line: North Carson Street (Exit 43) south to US 50 east / East William Street (Exit 39) 2009: Carson City—US 50 east / East William Street (Exit 39) south to Fairview Drive (Exit 38) 2012: Steamboat Hills—Winters Ranch area: SR 431 / Mount Rose Highway (Exit 56) south to US 395 Alt.
- chalet Her shop was decorated in imitation of a rustic chalet.
- halt My thoughts Cried halt unto me ever as I came And wheeled me to return.
- hilt For the first time Cunningham noticed the fine European workmanship on the sword-hilt, and realized that the Rajput's usual plain, workmanlike weapon had been replaced.
- malt This precaution is essentially necessary, in order to make clean bright malt, and should never be omitted.
- salt The historians of De Soto's expedition mention Indian merchants who sold salt to the inland tribes.
- thales Theophrastus writes that it was first presented to Bias at Priene; and next to Thales at Miletus, and so through all it returned to Bias, and was afterwards sent to Delphi.
- thalia The Mannheim people had not treated him handsomely, the subscribers to the Thalia were delinquent, and so forth.
- theft Not that Grave Street would have frowned upon a theft, but that he would have been forced to reveal his identity, and Grave Street was not a healthy neighbourhood for solitary detectives.
- thole Being in want of a thole-pin, I substituted a large jackknife in its stead, with the blade open and sticking up.
- thule Here, at a later day, Rollo the Dane had that memorable dream of leprosy, the cure of which was the conversion of North Gaul into Normandy, of Pagans into Christians, and the subsequent conquest of every throne in Christendom from Ultima Thule to Byzantium.
- thwart Do not thwart him, Sir Fulke," added he, to the baronet, who began to frown: "let him enter the lists with the boldest of us; faint heart never won fair lady!
- tilt On the walls were two looking-glasses in old black oak frames carved with knights at tilt and angels' heads hovering above them.
- Dealt But as yet he knew not of his father; for Merlin had so dealt, that none save Uther and himself knew aught about him.
- Holt His sisters humoured him in everything: so that if it had not been for Holt, Hugh might have had more trouble with his faults than ever, on going back to Crofton.
- Shalt Thou shalt be called no longer the Forsaken, Nor any more thy land the Desolate.
- That Oh, is that all?
- Thad But, Thad, if the time should ever come when we're up against a hard proposition, with defeat staring us in the face, and one of our team was injured, I'd grab at Nick like a drowning man does at a plank floating near.
- Walt What was yours, Walt?"
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