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  • bed And now you'll let me go back to bed ." Then as I carless on the Bed Of gelid Straw-berryes do tread, – Upon Appleton House, to My Lord Fairfax by Andrew Marvell
  • cd In June 1990, Rhino Entertainment reissued the album on CD as part of the box set The Jack Kerouac Collection, also featuring Poetry for the Beat Generation, Blues and Haikus and The Last Word. She Said it was the place she needs to be, Where the cocaine is fair-trade, and frequently displayed, is the Buena Vista Social Club CD, – The Light At The End Of The Tunnel (Is The Light O by half man half biscuit
  • dd 13/18th Hussars, equipped with M4 Sherman DD amphibious tanks, would accompany the initial assault on Sword by 3rd Division's 8th Brigade Group, while the rest of 27th Armoured Bde would support the divisions follow-up attacks towards Caen.
  • de Madame de Castelnau knew the truth at once. Day by day sou aruiteku Flyer kimi no soba de Flyer ai wo utaou Flyer kimi to towa ni Sing a song for shinjiteku – Flyer by Sowelu
  • ec In enzymology, carbon monoxide dehydrogenase (EC 1.
  • ed Peter let him have a look; in fact, they exchanged; and Peter read in the one apparently intended for Ed : "Please come home day after to-morrow.
  • edp
  • em They do say they're terrible dangerous things, and fer my part I can't see what good they'll be, fer nobody'll ever be willin' to ride behind 'em, but I'd like to see it start well enough.
  • end In the end she went.
  • er "The colonel-er-sent for me just at retreat," Gleason stumbled on; "I assure you I had nothing to say to him to bring about such a thing.
  • es Marabout El-Haj Ahmed Ben El-Haj, Es -Sadeek, Governor of the town of Ghat.
  • fed He was pretty well fed up.
  • i'd "I think I'd better, yes.
  • led There he sat down to think, and thinking led to something else.
  • med
  • qed
  • red
  • ted
  • wed
  • zed An unreality there, as the zed -light faintly strove to penetrate the metal room-side.
  • D My name had evidently been cut from the California Reports, but the words "Washington, D .C.," and "Per steamer," had been taken from a newspaper.
  • Ged
  • EDS
  • ETD
  • Jed
  • Ned
  • RD
  • EDT
  • ET
  • he'd
  • we'd
  • ID
  • unamazing
  • easy-going He stood looking at the now frightened woman, with a strange, surprised look, like one just emerging from a semi-conscious state; and in that moment, as Doris seemed to perceive, the traditions of his birth and breeding had returned upon him; something instinctive and inherited had reappeared; and the gentlemanly, easy-going father, who yet, as Doris remembered, when matters were serious "always got his way," was there-strangely there-in the degenerate son.