thother

thother

(ˈðʌðə)
pron, adj
an archaic contraction of the other
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I longe tyme harkened, what of them shoulde betyde," he writes, "and this to them happened: moste certaynlye, | The gentleman slayne: for knacke of knaverye, | thother Drownde / owte of a gloryous Shippe.
After being beaten 5-0 Down Under last time, I am sure Alastair Cook will feel the same, and if the boot was on thother foot so would the Aussies.
clxxxiiiv--clxxiir; Andrea Cambini, Tvvo Very Notable Commentaries the One of the Originall of the Turcks and Empire of the House of Ottomanno, Written by Andrewe Cambine, and thother of the Warres of the Turcke against George Scanderbeg, John Shute (trans.
And, as the said fortified harboures would be of good use and succour for the inhabitants; so would they prove most safe retraites for that scattered Fleete (in Fishing time) at their woorke in this Cove, that Creeke, yond wilde Bay, thother open Harbour, and all without defence.
Edmund Kerry assessed the advantages and disadvantages of involvement and did more than just speak: he tried to hold one of the players, who threatened him: "kerrie tooke one of the players in his armes & woold haue Stayed hym but one ran at hym with his sworde and he feering some daunger to hym selfe lett thother goe and filed hym selfe" (Galloway, Norwich 72).
Thother the seconde part of the history of kinge Henry the IIIIth with the humours of Sir John Ffallstaff: Wrytten by master Shakespere" (Arber, 3:170).
But particularly telling is his presentation al Theobalds in 1585 of a 'basson and layre [ewer] of mother of pearl garnished with gold the bacsyd of the bassoon silver and gylte enamelled with Skriptures and devyses of Cosmogerefy, the layre having a falcon in the top with a septer' (the queen's personal badge), and around 1588 of a 'plate of golde graven on the one side with Astronomy and on thother side with a Shypp called the Tryumphe'.
The Court of Husting Roll records the indenture made on 20 May 3 Elizabeth "Betwene William Wombwell of Lye in the countie of Kent gent and Elizabeth his wif William Hilton and Alice his wif on thone p[ar]tie and William Blakwell and Roger Coyes of london gentelmen on thother p[ar]tie.
whereof the one was in causa Iniuriarum, and thother was in causa rei vendicacionis'.
ayenst to morowe in Smythfeld for the kynges Counsayll[or]s my lorde mayer & my masters the Aldermen to Sytt in att the execucon' of Anne Askue & thother heretyques whiche shalle then be burnyd att the costes of this Cytie/.
The action begins with the entrance of a 'maske' of ladies consisting of Pallas riding on a unicorn and carrying a standard on which is painted 'ij Ladyes handes, knitt one faste wthin thother, and over thandes written in letters of golde/ ffides'.