thilk

thilk

(ðɪlk)
adj
pertaining to the thing or person mentioned
pron
this or that person or thing
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12312 ITAIL (a city in Bangladesh) 12412 -- 13213 INLIA (a place in Mozambique) 13413 INWIA (surname) 14214 IMLIE (surname) 14314 IMKIE (first name) 23123 THILK 23423 LYETH 24124 TWILE (obs.
But nothing such thilk shepherd was Whom Ida hill did bear, That left his flock to fetch a lass, Whose love he bought too dear.
The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi announced that Alexia Thilk, of Berlin, was recently initiated into Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.
According to Advertising Age magazine, Catherine earned pounds 11 million from T-Mobile and industry insider Chris Thilk was quoted as saying that this particular campaign as "the most useless celebrity usage ever".
it is not inconuenient but it is conuenient ynowrj that God at sumwhile make thilk ymage swete, and that the ymage be moued from oon place into an other place with oute mannys labour, and that the i3en of the ymage be turned hidirward and thidirward, and that the ymage semyngli speke, that is to seie, that speche and soun be mad in the ymage bi an aungel of God, as it was doon in the asse of Balaam.
Here is the first segment, with line groups noted by spacing: Thilk same shepheard mought I well marke: He has a Dogge to byte or to barke, Never had shepheard so kene a kurre, That waketh, and if but a leafe sturre.