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theow

(ˈθeɪaʊ)
n
a slave in Anglo-Saxon Britain
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Chan Chia Theow's article, on a puzzling 1937 Chinese-language short story by Lin Cantian, shares with Pante's a concern with the social significance of space or place.
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