As vice president of theta, I was tasked with figuring out how to get members more involved.
In Scientology parlance, good news is theta news; entheta is the opposite.
Next to Aldebaran in the V is the interesting double star theta, which we can see as two distinct stars without a telescope.
Under the signature of theta, he has since been a regular contributor of verses to that journal.
The Latin language, wanting both the sound of the Greek theta, and the sign to express it (θ) rendered it by th.
"theta" he called this piece of canvas, which was a large square painting representing, in the foreground, the death of Socrates.
A tree in a prairie on a celestial body, as far as theta of Orion is from Capella, is perfectly visible to us.
The theta Gammas wrote her down as material for a quaint little, quiet little dig,—not of sorority interest.
The Gothic alphabet, in fact, as used in this country, had a theta for expressing in one letter our present t and h conjoined.
You understand me—you know what is lacking; finish my 'theta' and tell the world I died at work upon it.
eighth letter of the Greek alphabet; in ancient Greece, written on ballots to indicate a vote for a sentence of "death" (thanatos), hence occasional allusive use for "death."
theta the·ta (thā'tə, thē'-)
Symbol θ The eighth letter of the Greek alphabet.