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Meaning of 'hither and thither'



 
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Meaning of 'hither and thither' #1 (permalink) Mon Jun 06, 2005 23:33 pm   Meaning of 'hither and thither'
 

Has anybody heard this: "heather tether" or the like I just overheard it.
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Meaning of 'hither and thither' #2 (permalink) Tue Jun 07, 2005 11:34 am   Meaning of 'hither and thither'
 

actually it rings a bell.... i hope sb will give an answer
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Meaning of 'hither and thither' #3 (permalink) Tue Jun 07, 2005 19:06 pm   Meaning of 'hither and thither'
 

Let's wait and see...thks...
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Meaning of 'hither and thither' #4 (permalink) Tue Jun 07, 2005 19:26 pm   Meaning of 'hither and thither'
 

maybe it was " hither and thither" ??
(in many directions at the same time)
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Meaning of 'hither and thither' #5 (permalink) Wed Jun 08, 2005 22:25 pm   Meaning of 'hither and thither'
 

Em.. it might be what I heard, I owe one.
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