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What does the acronym Than stand for?
THAN abbreviation definitions:
all-time, relatively, vis-A -vis, Whereas, relative, yet.
as, where, Versus, Beside, most, while.
dictate, so, Elsewise, defy, fairly, per, analogy, bar, grapple, then, thus, most, relation, prescribe, yet, be near, in consequence, enter, therefore, with reference to, leaving out, equate, relationship, Unless, resemblance, Toward, instead, in regard to, emulate, Of, confront, prefer, percentage, enough, If, deceive, while, enjoin, moreover, rate, when, on, as if, or else, associate with, moderately, alongside, connection, for instance, affinity, compete, even, overhear, over against, Omitting, besides, like, as compared with, other than, contend, Into, adopt, in comparison with, else, alias, correspondence, contrast, out of, preference, Excepting, Equivalently, save, aside from, Unto, provided that, as though, enforce, as well as, leaning, as, set, subordinating conjunction, quite, taken with, imbibe, by, Levelly, Whereas, evenly, That, During, tahn, cope, balance, correlation, impose, in other respects, furthermore, Precluding, From, too, likeness, otherwise, ratio, assimilate, by comparison with, rather, similar to, compare, saving, gesture, strive, barring, in other ways, relative, Without, degree, justly, contrasting, lay, nonetheless, Excluding, but, pretty, to, alike, Upon, be comparable to, compare with, comparison, hence, contradistinction, Onto, proportion, outside of, absorb, equation, postulate, except, also, liken, compared with, except for, Beside, Against, consequently, relatively, exclusive of, contrarily, equally.
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