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Thing
Thing
Thing



Thing
noun
▸an object, or an item. This word is used when you cannot or do not want to refer to the object or item in a more specific way
▸the objects that belong to a particular person or that are used for a particular purpose
▸an object that you are not familiar with or do not know much about
▸used when you are angry, or used for referring to an object you do not like
▸an action, or an activity
▸a situation, or an event
▸a fact or a condition related to a particular situation, activity, person, etc.
▸used for referring to a particular aspect of a situation that you are making a comment about
▸all of the aspects of a particular situation
▸used for talking about life in a general way
▸an aspect of life
▸an idea, a comment, or a piece of information
▸used for referring to other examples or details, especially when you cannot or do not want to refer to them in a more specific way
▸a young person or animal that you like. This word is used for saying something nice to them or about them

See Also

1.18 - The Origin of Things
18.06 - Thought as a thing - Cayce
18.07 - Thought as a thing - Hubbard
Faith by Science - The Dawn of a New Order of Things
Figure 2.6 - Non-Point nothingness becoming All that Is
Figure 4.15 - From One Comes all seeming things through Refraction or Differentiation
Object?
Substance
Sympsionics



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