But those who undergo expensive procedures such as organ transplants are a burden to the company as well.
There are also those who prefer shredded potatoes versus ground-up potatoes.
Without your so much as lifting a buffed pinky, those with dishonorable intentions are exposed by seemingly supernatural forces.
And no more renting one of those weird cellphones when you visit; 3G now works here.
We should no more tolerate a “religious exemption” for those who oppose same-sex marriage than on race.
Some of those queries, which have been propounded, have not yet been answered.
Here we see but a few of the last links, and those imperfectly.
I wish I could match up some of those pieces of White Canton, captain.
Phœbus protect me, but this is an awful place to speak of those who sleep.
What have I or those I represent to do with your national independence?
Old English þæt, neuter singular of the demonstrative pronoun and adjective (corresponding to masc. se, fem. seo), from Proto-Germanic *that, from PIE *tod-, extended form of demonstrative pronomial base *to- (cf. Sanskrit ta-, Lithuanian and Old Church Slavonic to, Greek to "the," Latin talis "such"). Cf. the.
Emerged c.1200 as a demonstrative adjective with the breakdown of the Old English grammatical gender system, perhaps by influence of French and Latin, which had demonstrative adjectives (Old English did not). Slang that way "in love" first recorded 1929. That-a-way is recorded from 1839. "Take that!" said while delivering a blow, is recorded from early 15c.