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thank you

1. A set phrase expressing gratitude to someone for something. A: "Here is the report you asked for, Mr. Lubbock." B: "Thank you, Tom." Thank you, New York—you've been an amazing audience! Thank you for being such a good friend, Billy.
2. An expression of gratitude. Let's all give a big thank you to Mr. Jenkins for coming to speak with us today.
See also: thank

Thank you.

I am grateful to you and offer you my thanks. Bill: Here, have some more cake. Bob: Thank you. John: Your hair looks nice. Mary: Thank you.
See also: thank
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Thanks To U asks users to roll back the days, weeks, months and even years to acknowledge and appreciate a kindness or action, and reach that person by publicly saying thank you.
Thank you for your posture, bolt upright, when I was so mad I declared
"Thank you for the peace efforts of the Israeli government, and particularly those of the prime minister.
Psalm 21 is one long "thank you" to God for His help in time of dire need.
Thank you to Bobbi Pasternak and Stephanie Schueler, who have spent many years quietly assisting us with our website.
So then they say, "We open our hearts to all the people, and we wish to thank you for all you have given us." I would say in the Tuscarora, "Three times three times three big time thank yous, now in our life energy divine consciousness we are like one."
And thank you, John Lewis, for the beatings you took and the heart you kept wide open.
Thanks Mike and Thank you again to Richard Green of England for the photograph of this pair of moccasins in his collection.
The collaboration of author Charlotte Lundy and illustrator Miriam Sagasti, Thank You, God is especially recommended for young readers ages 4 to 8, and features a prayer which was written by former president Jimmy Carter and is a wonderful picturebook about Patrick, who dreams of one day flying airplanes.
Our next thank you, therefore, is to men and women in the tax community who have worked tirelessly to advance the organization.
"Future only stands a chance if children develop an understanding for each other." Thank you Rainer.
To each of you who have contributed to the overall work of your association, I say "THANK YOU!" Your reward is the satisfaction of a job well done, satisfaction of a smile on each student's face as each one makes music and satisfaction of parents/friends' applause at the student's accomplishment.
Thank you so much for "72 Spring Beauty Tips, Tricks and Surprises!" [A/M '03].