So now he's telling us through his spokespeople that he's not going to see it, which I find kind of silly.
All those cardinals and clerics get through an average of 73.7 liters each a year.
Perhaps the most compelling way is through family history, as David Laskin does in his fascinating new book.
The war was fought in villages, on farmland, in cities, and through homes.
Karzai outlined a renewed contract for Afghanistan through concrete steps promoting anti-corruption, reconciliation, and security.
He had been chasing her for his answer, and she had escaped him through a gate.
through the teaching of Moses he was to become the sole Master of the Jewish race.
The realization of the good of all in and through the act of each is the social ideal.
When the boy got through, he cast a speculative glance at the carpetbag.
No, spears and blowpipes, through which they send poisoned arrows.
c.1300, metathesis of Old English þurh, from West Germanic *thurkh (cf. Old Saxon thuru, Old Frisian thruch, Middle Dutch dore, Dutch door, Old High German thuruh, German durch, Gothic þairh "through"), from PIE root *tere- "to cross over, pass through, overcome" (cf. Sanskrit tirah, Avestan taro "through, beyond," Latin trans "beyond," Old Irish tre, Welsh tra "through").
Not clearly differentiated from thorough until early Modern English. Spelling thro was common 15c.-18c. Reformed spelling thru (1917) is mainly American English.