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  • aa Aboriginal Affairs NSW (AA) is an agency of the Department of Education in the Government of New South Wales.
  • ai During the night Ai heard the hpea grumbling to himself several times and promising himself the pleasure of killing them on the morrow, so he pretended to be asleep so that he could hear what the hpea said and if possible thwart him.
  • air Then it was that I walked on air.
  • ar Th' people ar-re goin' ahead, garnerin' th' products iv th' sile, sindin' their childher to school, worshipin' on Sundah in th' churches an' thankin' Hiven f'r th' blessin's iv free govermint an' th' pro-tiction iv th' flag above thim.
  • au General Beruyer took up a position at the Place Victoire, and General Bonaparte occupied the Pont-au-Change.
  • bi We had two or three weeding-outs, and it got along toward the middle of October, and Bi was still with us.
  • ci II, xi, xvi, xvii, xxviii, xxix, xxx, lxxxix, ci, cii, cxl; 1, 3, 11, 14, 19, 20, 39, 98, 280, 288, 293, 301, 305, 306, 316, 317, 318, 323
  • ea ea = open E as in mere, but this with exceptions, as heather = heather, wean = wain, lear = lair.
  • er Have you-er-thought that over?"
  • eu Exports - partners: EU 63% (Germany 16%, UK 10%, Spain 9%, Italy 9%, Belgium-Luxembourg 8%), US 8% (1999)
  • gi His experiences changed his goals and, after the war, Bellocchi returned to graduate school on the GI Bill to prepare for an international career.
  • hi He went to town this morning, and I looked for hi back long before now.
  • ia English: Hand Mafulu: bodo(le); bodol' u'-tobo (palm) [156] Kambisa: ia; ia'tobo (palm) Korona: yaro' uba Afoa: galatopute [kalaopue] Kovio: mala-kapunatch; [mala=tu portosi]
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  • iii 52. Pliny's service with the iii.
  • io Both groom and bride are important people, and along the streets there is many a decoration; many a window and doorway is filled with spectators; shouts, not always of the most discreet, are heard from all sides, and loud above all rings the regular Io Talasse-whatever that may have meant, for no man now knows, and almost certainly no one knew then.
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  • Ah Ah, how he had loved her!
  • Eh Wants to get married, eh?
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  • AW "Aw, my dear, yew mun't starve, or you'll get decline.
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  • easy-going Evidently, that is the head of an easy-going, pleasure-loving man, who has waxed warm with good living, and performs the duties of his office with an unctuous grace as something becoming and decorous to be gone through with.
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