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Thy

Abbreviation for thymine.

Thy

thymine.
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The Delphic imperative to know thyself (gnothi seuton) means discerning what you are, what you are to be, and what you are to do.
In Shrink Thyself, a character study masquerading as black humor, author Bill Scheft tosses enough troubles in Charlie Traub's path to send a lesser man running home to mother.
Three posters (right) promoting the new beauty section at the department store's Liverpool branch used the images alongside text reading: "Love Thyself.
Thou shalt schedule time for thyself and thy supportive network.
Fix thyself A new lithium-ion battery capable of healing itself may improve the life span and safety of today's energy-storage technologies (SN Online: 2/21/11).
And saying, If thou be the king of the Jews, save thyself.
Honor Thyself," he repeats to himself even still, One Day at a Time, the Lone Eagle now Vanished from the outside world, with only his own Malice as familiar solace.
Know thyself, and God will supply the wisdom and the occasion for a victory over evil.
Oh come, desire of nations, bind All peoples in one heart, one mind; Bid envy, strife and discord cease, And be thyself our source of peace.
In the face of prejudice, Meminger sends the clear message that there is no greater weapon than to 'know thyself.
He defends Abraham Lincoln's understanding that the historically Christian precondition of charity, often expressed as 'love thy neighbor as thyself,' is a necessary condition of American democracy, while emphasizing the difficulty of exporting this ethic to countries that don't share America's Christian heritage.