Thrist


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n.1.Thrist.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Stori ryfeddol a thrist am eithafiaeth a fanteisiwyd arno gan y byd teledu.
He said the party will alleviate hunger, thrist and despair.
Be nobody else - but you." (Dyna ysgrifenodd Sarah Lizzie) Un arall braidd yn od a thrist i eneth 18oed, ond mae'n siwr fod y sawl a'i hysgrifennodd yn ymwybodol fod Mam wedi colli ewythr yn y Rhyfel Byd 1af (sef Robert Hughes, Bryn Tangor, Bryneglwys) Aberth - "Ei aberth nid a heibio, A'i wyneb annwyl nid a'n ango', Er i'r Almaen ysteinio, Ei dwrn dur yn ei waed o.
O Diagrama de Venn combina tres dos marcadores simples da hidratacao: peso (weight), urina (urine) e sede (Thrist): (WUT), cuja manifestacao de quaisquer dois marcadores indica que o atleta provavelmente esta desidratado e a presenca de todos os tres marcadores indica que e muito provavel que haja desidratacao (Cheuvront e Sawaka, 2005).
Thirst vel thrist, Cogere in unu<m> (...) ['to compress into one'] See DOST thrist v.2, 4a., 'force downward or down, to press to push, to drive'.
Dymuna Anne a'r teulu ddiolch am bob arwydd o gydymdeimlad a charedigrwydd a ddanghoswyd iddynt yn dilyn eu profedigaeth sydyn a thrist. Diolch i bawb am y rhoddion hael tuag at yr Ambiwlans Awyr er cof annwyl am David.
Root bitter with an unpleasant taste; used in spleenic trouble; tonic, a good febrifuge; intestinal astringent; good for cough, chest and throat troubles, eye-sores and itching of the eye, piles, and manorrhagia; useful in chronic diarrhea; always thrist; as a gargle strengthens the gums; a good application to boils.
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Thrist is an unreliable indicator of your need for fluids.
No wonder the Missionaries of Charity inscribe "I Thrist" on their chapel walls.
Diagnosis would be performed in one of three ways and confirmed on two separate occasions: 1) FPG [greater than or equal to]126 mg/dL, 2) casual plasma glucose [greater than or equal to] 200 mg/dL with symptoms of increased urination and thrist and weight loss, or 3) OGTT value of [greater than or equal to] 200 mg/dL.