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kythe

(kaɪð)
vb
1. (intr) to appear
2. (tr) to demonstrate or make known
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The Defenders won P4 million which will be distributed to their three chosen charities - Kythe Foundation Inc, Tanghalang Mapagpala Immaculada Concepcion Inc and Bahay Pangarap Inc.
Moreover, it has become a source of hope, because what makes this Christmas village special is that proceeds raised from sponsored houses will benefit children battling cancer through the Kythe Foundation.
IHOP locations in Mexico will raise money for AsociaciAaAaAeA n Mexicana Ayuda a NiAaAaAeA~os con CAaAaAeA ncer while those in the Philippines will ben The Kythe Foundation.
Though the title carries the term Bierbach Conjecture, says Kythe, it really should say the de Branges Theorem, after the mathematician who proved it in 1984, 68 years after Bierbach mentioned it in a footnote to a 1916 paper.
Now kythe thyn engyn and might [Now make known your skill and power]
Organized by renowned local photographer Pilar Tuason in cooperation with the Kythe Foundation, the "Portraits of Love" charity event held in June gave the children a magical day of laughter.
In addition to Gawad Kalinga, Teleperformance continues to support the Philippine Blood Center for blood-donation activities, the Philippine Red Cross in aiding typhoon victims, the National Children's Hospital and Kythe Foundation in attending to sick children, White Cross Orphanage and Bantug Day Care Center in caring for orphans, and Mary Mother of Mercy Home for the Elderly and Abandoned in nursing the elderly.
Puri and Kythe [13] have studied the influence of generalized law of heat conduction, using the Maxwell-Cattaneo-Fox (MCF) model, on Stokes' first and second problems for Rivlin-Ericksen fluids with non-classical heat conduction.
Had thow knawen hym, sir kyng, in kythe thare he lengede, His konynge, his knyghthode, his kyndly werkes, His doyng, his doughtynesse, his dedis of armes, Thow wolde hafe dole for his dede pe dayes of thy lyfe
The ability to kythe is repeatedly presented as contingent on the ability to love--not only to recognize sentience of a being one wants to "talk to," but actually to love this being through recognizing him/her/it as part of oneself.
HERODES REX: Now, kene knyghtys, kythe youre craftys, And kyllyth knave chylderyn and castyth hem in clay, Shewyth on your shulderys scheldys and schaftys, Shapyth amonge [selcouthys] ashyrlyng shray (28-31).
ye most feill the wecht of that worthy calling, and be holdin under with the sens of your awin waiknes, that he may kythe his strenth in dew tyme;--a waik man and a strong God, who will not faill nor forsaik you, bot will furnish strenth, and gifts, and grace, according to that imployment that he puts in your hands .