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Thy

Abbreviation for thymine.

Thy

thymine.
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IF THOU shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised Him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.
TO THINE own self be true and it must follow, as the night follows day, thou canst not be false to any man.
Zeus (appearing above the stage): Executioner, stay thine hand, for I will not Have stranger's blood upon this ancient spot.
Among the best of ABT'S multisoloist works has been Mark Morris's witty, snappy Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes (1988), which offers meaty individual roles for its twelve dancers.
And in all three gospel versions of the Gethsemane prayer, Jesus made this statement of apparent deference to his father after he requested the removal of the cup: "Yet not what I will, but what thou wilt," or "Nevertheless not my will, but thine, be done.
We feel that the collaboration between Nassda and Paragon promises to provide a strong and successful analog EDA solution," stated Jun-ichi Okamura, business unit director, THine Electronics Inc.
THOU openest thine hand, and satisfies the desire of every living thing.
Thou art Durga, Lady and Queen, With her hands that strike and her swords of sheen, Thou art Lakshmi lotus-throned, And the Muse a hundred-toned, Pure and perfect without peer, Mother lend thine ear, Rich with thy hurrying streams, Bright with thy orchard gleams, Dark of hue O candid-fair In thy soul, with jewelled hair And thy glorious smile divine, Loveliest of all earthly lands, Showering wealth from wells tored hands
For the inaugural season, that history will be represented by Clark Tippett's Some Assembly Required and Bruckner Violin Concerto, James Kudelka's Cruel World, Mark Morris's Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes, George Balanchine's Theme and Variations (which premiered at City Center in November 1947), Agnes de Mille's Fall River Legend, Jerome Robbins's Fancy Free, and Antony Tudor's Pillar of Fire.
He who rejoices in his portion,as it is said: When thou eatest the labour of thine hands,happy art thou,and it shall be well with thee (Psalm cxxviii, 2),happy art thou in this world and it shall be well with thee in the world to come.
The 1780s work is an adaptation of Handel's oratorio Judas Maccabaeus, source of the hymn Thine Be The Glory.