What is the correct spelling for 100O?
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Correct spellings for 100O
- co But he was the friend, the inseparable associate and co -patriot of Tom Slade, the Dispatch Rider.
- go Why should he go back at all?
- io In a sudden burst of emotion they all shook hands with each other and, as it were, congratulated themselves on hearing the Diva's glorious song or Mario "soothing with the tenor note the souls in purgatory."
- ko Indeed neither Shakespeare nor the Old Testament itself contains an adequate rendering of ko , our conception of filial piety, and yet in such conflicts Bushido never wavered in its choice of Loyalty.
- mo Hassendeubel; seven companies of the 5th Mo .
- ob He would hold a half-washed dish suspended minutes at a time while listening to one "ob de young missys at de pianny.
- oh Oh, this is too much!
- on Shall I go on ?
- or Have I done it or have I not, Pen?
- os He would lead them back, he said, by another route, and it could not be but that they should meet somewhere with those abundant regions of which they had os so often heard.
- so So Dr. Cabanis was here.
- Jo I believe Jo likes him a lot more than she knows she does.
- Lo "I supposed it more than probable that the young lady had gone to visit her sick-lo-friend, over yonder.
- O's I knows you of old, honey-you's up to dese 'ere things-you know you allus was mighty 'chevious, and I isn't gwine to b'lieve dat dat ar little speck makes all the difference-no such thing, case it don't-deys either both O's or both Q's.
- Oe Italics are surrounded with and Greek words are transliterated and marked with # #. The oe ligature has been replaced in this version by the letters oe.
- Of I know nothing of Mr. Tranter, sir.
- DO Tell us of Mr. Chorley's play, do.
- OI "Oi ought t'known better than t' give him an openin'.
- BO Columbus then showed them some gold and pearls; and "certain old men" replied that in a place they called Bo -No there was any amount of gold; the people wore it in their ears and on their arms and legs, and there were pearls also, and large ships and merchandise-all to the south-east.