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  • aa When one went into the garden, the other would stand on the terrace, and, looking towards the trees, call "Aa-oo, Genya!"
  • ab Having fished enough the party went ashore, where they found Ab .
  • ac I took up the words from the holy priesthood, and I said, as they say: Munda cor meum, ac labia mea, Omnipotens Deus, qui labia Isaiae prophetae, calculo mundasti ignito!
  • ai After each line came the chorus twice repeated, "Ai, yea, yae!
  • ak Good-bye, Prince Junak, start without loss of time.
  • al Shall I guess the name of Al -Mansor's vase?
  • ar 3. Ar -tic'u-late, to utter the elementary sounds.
  • au She's not a bad little thing, au fond, when you get to know her.
  • av "Av course it does.
  • ba How early it started we cannot say, but when the Portuguese arrived in the fifteenth century, there had existed for centuries a large state among the Ba -Congo, with its capital at the city now known as San Salvador.
  • ca Senter was at the battle of Tippe-ca-noo, scalped twelve Injuns and wrote a treatise in Horse-shoeing!
  • da Stained glass window by Giovanni da Udini.
  • ea 154. for Ea understands all kinds of wisdom.
  • fa As to certain pages, like those which describe the strange inner life of the Tsarina Marfa Matveyevna, "living by the light of candles, in an old house savouring of the oil of night-lamps, the dust and the putrification of centuries," these pages are a veritable tour de force if only because of the plasticity and richness of the author's vocabulary.
  • ga Comparing the syllables ga and ka, we see the affinity between the sounds, and we see it at the first glance.
  • ha "The circumstances were so unusual, and in a way-ha, ha !
  • ia "Take care, Harry," exclaimed Julia, "the bull might run at you if he sees you in the field."
  • la Since at least at Finca La Paz, Guatemala, P. s.
  • ma "'Its ma is went off,' I told 'em apologetic, 'an' I thought ma ybe you'd look after it awhile,' I told 'em.
  • na And this was Tir-na-n-Oge.
  • ra G. Marra, W.C. Campbell, Mons.
  • sa La Marquise demanded not Madame Pace; but sa id very distinctment 'Madame Brune et sa fille'."
  • ta Tia Marta had failed to get the day's washing she had expected to have.
  • va He closed his useful life at his residence in Culpepper, Va .
  • wa "Wa, wa , Ra-bun-ta," they shouted, pointing at the discomfited runner as he picked himself out of the fire, "knocked over by a girl!"
  • Ah Ah, I know, I know!
  • Ya "Ya, baas, lookee da!
  • AF "Two hours af-noon, every day," ducking and giggling like a mechanical toy.
  • AP 37. See also Vespasiano, Federigo Duca d' Urbino; ap.
  • AW "Aw, lots of things," he evaded, with a short, embarrassed laugh.
  • AM "So am I," I said.
  • unamazing