Thee

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Meaning of The Sangh Prarthana (prayer) in English, Hindi and Marathi
... Forever I bow to thee, O Loving Motherland! O Motherland of us Hindus, Thou hast brought me up in happiness ... I bow to Thee again and again ... We the children of the Hindu Nation bow to Thee in reverence, O Almighty God ...
Sagesse High School - Alma Mater
... O most pure and loving heart Of my mother and my queen Grant that I may love thee Love thee daily more and more Grant that I may love thee Love thee daily ...
Saint Louis De Montfort's Prayer To Jesus - Words of The Prayer
... O most loving Jesus, deign to let me pour forth my gratitude before Thee, for the grace Thou hast bestowed upon me in giving me to Thy holy Mother through the devotion of Holy Bondage, that she may be my ... that she may appease Thy just wrath, because I have so often offended Thee that she may save me from the eternal punishment of Thy justice, which I deserve that she may contemplate Thee, speak to Thee, pray to Thee ... anything that does not belong to this august Princess, I pray Thee to take it and cast it far from me, for whatever in me does not belong to Mary is unworthy of Thee ...
St. John's College Panadura - School Anthem
... Our Alma mater well beloved To thee we bring this song All thy children far and near To honour thee we throng On bended knee we bow to thee Johnians since of your May ...
Live At Thee Pyramid
... Live At Thee Pyramid is a live album by Psychic TV released in 12" vinyl and 12" vinyl picture disc formats ... A note on the back cover reads "This album is dedicated to thee living spirit ov Thee Diggers" ...

Famous quotes containing the word thee:

    Time, the avenger! unto thee I lift
    My hands, and eyes, and heart, and crave of thee a gift.
    George Gordon Noel Byron (1788–1824)

    Oh, give me again the rover’s life—the joy, the thrill, the whirl! Let me feel thee again, old sea! let me leap into thy saddle once more. I am sick of these terra firma toils and cares; sick of the dust and reek of towns.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)

    O that those lips had language! Life has passed
    With me but roughly since I heard thee last.
    William Cowper (1731–1800)