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DTHDirect To Home
DTHDaily Tar Heel (UNC/state bulletin; Chapel Hill, NC)
DTHDelayed Type Hypersensitivity (medicine)
DTHDie Toten Hosen
DTHDown to Hang
DTHDown the Hole (drilling)
DTHDecatherm (measurement unit for heat; 1,000,000 BTU)
DTHDance Theater of Harlem
DTHDeck the Halls
DTHDoctor of Theology
DTHDowntown Terre Haute (Terre Haute, IN)
DTHDown the Hall
DTHDown The Hill
DTHDay Training and Habilitation (disablilities)
DTHDays to Harvest
DTHDrôme Transport Handicap (France)
DTHDown to Hell
DTHDMS Transition Hub
DTHDisplacement Time History
DTHDielectric-Type Heating
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References in classic literature ?
"I know that she is married to my cousin," said Will Ladislaw, sauntering down the hall with a preoccupied air, while his German friend kept at his side and watched him eagerly.
But he made no movement as he listened to the slow, dragging steps of a man go by and fade away down the hall.
"We must have left her in the room where the King's throne is," decided Dorothy, and at once she turned and ran down the hall to the door through which they had entered.
She heard him go down the hall, heard the front door open and close.
Half an hour later Gilbert ran down the hall and tapped on the spare-room door.
You in the Service?" he enquired, as they walked down the hall together.
Stop this moment, I tell you!' But she went on all the same, shedding gallons of tears, until there was a large pool all round her, about four inches deep and reaching half down the hall.
Miss Polly turned and walked down the hall toward the attic stairway door.
The count walked up and down the hall in his dressing gown, giving orders to the club steward and to the famous Feoktist, the Club's head cook, about asparagus, fresh cucumbers, strawberries, veal, and fish for this dinner.
Meanwhile, we must wait for the night--I hear my uncle's footsteps echoing down the hall."
She would have been more so if she had seen her reprehensible brother-in-law dancing a triumphal polka down the hall with Rose in honour of having silenced the enemy's battery for once.
He saw the old princess too, flushed and overwrought, with her gray curls in disorder, forcing herself to gulp down her tears, biting her lips; he saw Dolly too and the doctor, smoking fat cigarettes, and Lizaveta Petrovna with a firm, resolute, reassuring face, and the old prince walking up and down the hall with a frowning face.