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  • aa Then Unc' Billy would chuckle to himself and wait a few minutes longer for the voice of Mrs. Feathertoes, saying: "Cut, cut, cut, cut, cut-aa-cut, cut, cut, cut!
  • ab Ab-sorb'ing, engaging the attention entirely.
  • ac 18, vigentem se ac parem negotiis ostendit.
  • ai "Ai," a muffled mouth ejected.
  • ak Both Kurho and Mai-ak knew it.
  • al Al must be pretty near my age, ain't he?
  • ar He was librarian to the Mazarin College, but lost his place by his Book Escaped from the Deluge, Psalms, by S. Ar .
  • au I told him that I believed it contained the despatches sent from Port-au-Prince; and that my companion, Larry Harrigan, unknown to me, had brought them away.
  • av Wake up, for love av Heaven, or we'll all be overtaken be th' Injuns!"
  • ba Believe me, dearest Mrs. Martin, your affectionate E.B.B. Oh that you would call me Ba !
  • ca Then he went on to the letter C, "C, a, ca !
  • da See Gama, Vasco da .
  • ea Quod nimio ac nihil aliud sapit quam ea , quae carnis sunt."
  • fa Here, without any reasonable intention of ever becoming in any way personally congenial to her, he was in a position occasionally to see the distant outline of Fa Fa i's movements, and when a day passed and even this was withheld he was content that the shadow of the many-towered building that contained her should obscure the sunlight from the window before which he worked.
  • ga Thay leif rich nocht, quhair ever thay ga ; Thair can na thing be hid thame fra; For gif men wald Thair housis hald, Than waxe thay bald, To burne and slay.
  • ha "Ah, ha -that would be telling," and Mr. Zanti winked his eye.
  • ia The fair Julia made her appearance leaning on her lover's arm, and looking extremely pale and interesting.
  • la It was La Touche.
  • ma It's his ma entirely.
  • na "Na," says I, "I don't."
  • ra I examined the bed of the Marra downwards for about two miles, without seeing therein the least indication of water, and returned to the camp fully resolved to proceed next day to the Macquarie, so as to reach it a little way below Mount Foster, a distance in that direction ra ther too great for the cattle to travel over in one day.
  • sa This lethal, lethal sa , was recessive and behaved like the former lethals, being transmitted by half the females and causing the death of half the sons.
  • ta Action lay with the military and with the Cuban Junta in the United States.
  • va Va te distraire, ma petite.
  • wa I am going to fight with the tattooed Igorot," said Ibago wa Agimlang to them, and they talked for nine months, in the place where the stone bench wa s.
  • Ah Ah, but that isn't the reason.
  • Ya I walked after him and was taken to an inn called Minato-ya.
  • AF And I won't be af-raid.
  • AP 48; by Llewelyn ap Gruffydd, 58 Glamorgan, Edward Somerset, Earl of, vi.
  • AW "Aw," he said in apology for his difficulty, "the ladies, they like the pretty rings."
  • AM Why am I so mean?
  • unamazing