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  • arno Will you see my Franz, Arno?
  • chino After disinfecting his little hospital he executed, with the aid of Tionko, the Chino mestizo, whose oily good will and linguistic ability were fast becoming indispensable, a plot hatched during the sleeplessness of the night.
  • juno The elder Duchess, Georgiana, was the Juno of the Whigs.
  • keno Of course his mother could not have hitched Keno to the old buggy and driven here, but she might have telephoned to Tom Walsh and asked him to find out what had become of the missing hunter.
  • lino Argentina chief of mission: Ambassador Lino GUTIERREZ embassy: Avenida Colombia 4300, C1425GMN Buenos Aires mailing address: international mail: use street address; APO address: Unit 4334, APO AA 34034 telephone: [54] (11) 5777-4533 FAX: [54] (11) 5777-4240
  • mono For example, compounds of oxygen are oxides, of chlorine, chlorides, and so on. If more than one compound be formed from the same two elements, the difference is shown by prefixing such words as mono-, di-, tri-, sesqui-, per-, sub-, &c., to the last part of the name, or the suffixes -ous and -ic may be appended to the name of the first element.
  • ono After the Beatles had taped the track, Ono and Pattie Harrison added backing vocals.
  • reno Part 7. Sons of the Sagebrush: A few short biographical sketches of men I met, read about and heard about during my stay in Reno.
  • rhino As rhino generally fight shy of elephants, they did not think there was much use continuing the beat after lunch.
  • tan I held the tan-yard in abhorrence-to enter it made me ill for days; sometimes for months and months I never went near it.
  • ten Wasn't it just about ten o'clock?"
  • tenor From the general tenor of their conversation it was obvious that they all agreed.
  • th I am, with great and sincere attachment, Dear Sir, your affectionate friend and servant, Th: Jefferson.
  • thai On this wis thame convoyit he, 585 Quhill at the Kyng and his menyhe To Wynchburch all cummyne ar. Than lichtit thai, all that war thar, Till bayt thar hors that war wery; Then Douglas and his cumpany 590 Baytit alsua besyde thame neir.
  • thane In all their barbarism there was a certain nobility; their courage was unflinching; the fidelity, even unto death, of thane to lord, repaid the open-handed generosity of lord to thane; they honored truth; and even after we allow for the exaggerated claims made for a chivalrous devotion that did not exist, we find that they held their women in higher respect than was usual even among many more enlightened peoples.
  • thank
  • thaw
  • thc
  • thea
  • then
  • thin
  • thing
  • think
  • tho
  • thong
  • thor
  • thou
  • throe
  • throw
  • thud
  • thug
  • thunk
  • thus
  • tin
  • tine
  • ting
  • tiny
  • tn
  • ton
  • tone
  • tun
  • tuna
  • tune
  • vino
  • zeno
  • Leno In his youth, then, Aristotile delighted, as the others of his house have done, in the matters of architecture, and he therefore gave his attention to measuring the ground-plans of buildings and with great diligence to the study of perspective; in doing which he was much assisted by a brother of his, called Giovan Francesco, who was employed as architect in the building of S. Pietro, under Giuliano Leno, the proveditor.
  • Than I want it more than anything else in the world!
  • Thar
  • That
  • The
  • Thee
  • Them
  • Thew
  • They
  • Thine
  • This
  • Thy
  • Tony
  • Bono If, then, it is only an escape from one incomprehensible position to another, cui bono to make a change?
  • Dino And Dino seemed so far off. She knelt before her bed, in the little inner chamber, and pressed her hands hard before her face in the effort to recall the very sound of his voice when he spoke to her. She tried to feel again the warm strong pressure of his hand upon hers.
  • Gino Gino told a story about a friend of his who had struggled through a university degree in engineering.
  • Kano At the beginning of 1905 Katagum was incorporated as a sub-province with the province of Kano, and the administrative organization of a double province was extended over the whole.
  • Thu
  • Tina
  • Toni
  • Thad It was an odd match: Floretta, pale, polite, impractical and intensely romantic; Thad, florid, rough and to the point.
  • Thanh
  • thins
  • HON R., 140. Stanley, Lord, 9; supports Metcalfe, 37. Strachan, Bishop, established Trinity college, 95; refuses compromise on land question, 150, 154, 159; meets with defeat, 169. Sullivan, Hon.
  • THUR
  • WINO
  • TENN BLUE CUT, TENN., May 2, 1885.

9 words made from the letters thno

3 letter words made from thno:

tho, nth, not, ton, hot.

4 letter words made from thno:

tohn, noth, nhot, thon.

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