a society formed in England after World War I to fight loneliness and hate and to encourage Christian comradeship
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A Brief History of the Letter H
Though it’s a high-value letter in Scrabble and Words with Friends, H is a relatively common letter. Statistically speaking, it is the eighth most commonly used letter in the English language. That’s because H is usually paired with other consonants like wh, ch, sh, and gh. H is found in the most common two-letter pair (th) and in the most common three-letter combination (the). (The letter …
Word Origin for Toc H
C20: from the obsolete telegraphic code for T.H., initials of Talbot House, Poperinge, Belgium, the original headquarters of the society
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