How to spell WTHAT correctly?

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  • chat He's always wanted me to ask for him when I went to the bank, and I've done it more than once, and we've had five minutes' chat.
  • ghat I related to the Bashaw the story of the Governor of Ghat, having the sword of his ancestors amongst the trophies at Constantinople.
  • hat He also had his hat off and was wiping his forehead and face with a red handkerchief.
  • tat Then seeing the words, "Do not knock unless absolutely necessary," printed on a card nailed to the "Hermit's" door, he lingered behind to give such a resounding rat-tat-tat to the knocker as woke the echoes to life.
  • teat A teat, or nipple, is the flexible part of the bottle that the baby will suck from, and contains a hole through which the milk will flow.
  • thai And till renownyt erllis twa, Of Glowcister and Herfurd war thai, He gaf the vangard in ledyng, With mony men at thar bydding, 165 Ordanit in-till full gret aray.
  • thaw Miss Mellish began to thaw slightly towards Benson.
  • theta {x^2 + (h - [alpha])^2} [:theta] + gh[theta] = 0, (18)
  • thud Thud, and a cloud of stars!
  • wheat 434 18 0 37,360 " Wheat .....................
  • whet The audience was expectant; but did not wholly understand it. And this was as it should be; the intent of that little prologue was merely to whet the appetite for the real play.
  • whit All virtues, too, of faith and hope, Of love; and every whit 14. Of all that man hath done or said, Or did intend to do; Whether they sinn'd, or were afraid Evil to come into.
  • Than No one knows better than yourself that I have not heard from him."
  • Thar But things in Boston kep' him flyin' round thar.
  • That It was only that they knew.
  • What What is a sjambak?
  • Thad "Will we make it, Jim?" Thad found himself just forced to ask, in order to relieve the terrible sensation of suspense that gripped him.
  • PHAT The Assemblies of God in Vietnam began through the relief work of Don Warren and his wife, who in 1970 opened an orphanage with the help of Cao Tan Phat.

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