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  • aa And I tarried one day in the country of Aa in order to transfer my possessions to my children.
  • ab Its electrons start off from one condenser plate to the other and before they have much more than got started the stream in ab tries to call them back to go in the other direction.
  • ac 21 ut homines dispersi ac rudes, eoque in bella faciles, quieti et otio per voluptates adsuescerent, hortari privatim adiuvare publice ut templa fora domos exstruerent....
  • ai While the father was mourning, Ai Powlo moved his mother and the house to a new place and then sought his father, saying, "I saw a woman in a new house by the stream who resembles my mother.
  • ak I'll nevah git to see you ak, Massa Joe.
  • al Al was a pretty good sort, too, but tight.
  • ar An' he gathers his Archery Club ar-round him, an' says he: 'Fellow-pathrites,' he says, 'we've been betrayed,' he says.
  • au We parted with an "Au revoir" and a "Good luck!"
  • ba The real answer therefore is "Ba corn-u fool."
  • ca We might also allude to Puccinia malvacearum, Ca.
  • da "We knew each other at Padua, at Dr. Gozzi's," he added; "my name is Joseph da Loglio."
  • ea But there is an important and significant difference between Osiris and Ea.
  • fa He also serves once each year in the fa-kil' ceremony for rain.
  • ga Southern Cultivator Augusta, Ga.
  • ha Of course, he could hear Filipson's "Thought you drove your own car, ha?"
  • ia Julia arose and went to the Major's side again.
  • la 1. La Saisiaz: and The Two Poets of Croisic, vol.
  • ma I wrote ma that all the old hens in his house were his cousins, and I spoke of his wife.
  • na Na, I never asked him whar was to be our bed-whar we were to get our dinner.
  • ra And in spite of them thou art clean in the sight of Ra!
  • sa The Moosefoot-they angry-Aim-sa stay away.
  • ta The party alighted, and another attack being made upon the rear, it met with better success; for a little boy now presented himself at a narrow opening of the door, and in a strong Highland accent demanded "wha ta war seekin'?"
  • va I rose from the table and everybody thought I was going to beat a retreat, but I took out another purse and put a hundred sequins on one card, going second, with paroli, seven, and the va.
  • wa My female friends," I continnered, as they were indignantly departin, "wa well what A. Ward has sed!"
  • Ah Ah, there is more than that, Leo!
  • Ya I thought of Marya in the hands of the robbers.
  • AF Af-ter an instant's pause, she said: I don't think it's fair, Ken, for you to quiz me like that.
  • AP His spade's gone too, and his ap- Oh, mercy!
  • AW "Aw, give us 'Old Dog Tray,'" cut in Sonora, impatiently from his seat at the card table.
  • AM I am sure of that."
  • unamazing
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