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  • add In the case of Alfieri, I think we may add that the well was empty.
  • aid Now is not only the time for all good men to come to the aid, etc.
  • an Yes, and an only child?
  • ana Two days afterwards the renegade put to sea in a light vessel of six oars a-side manned by a stout crew, and two days later the galleys made sail eastward, the general having begged the viceroy to let him know all about the release of Don Gregorio and about Ana Felix, and the viceroy promised to do as he requested.
  • ans The traveller by railway between Brussels and Liege passes, soon after leaving the station of Ans, a point of great significance in the study of Belgian landscape.
  • ant "Let us in, let us in, kind ant," they cried.
  • any But it didn't do him any good.
  • band "They clean frightened the Kaffirs that time; and next day-they buried the little chap-the band playing-and all the regiment in full dress.
  • end "And now that's the end of it all, I hope.
  • hand Come and take a hand, Monsieur Gerbault."
  • land Much like land ice.
  • nd {n - 2[root](n^2 + 1)}d + b + nd = 0;
  • rand Rand began, getting out his pipe and tobacco.
  • sand "It's like-it's like sand, mamma.
  • wand Athena touches Odysseus with her magic wand and he changes into an old man, not wishing to be recognized on his return to his own palace.
  • And Tell what you know, and you shall have it all, if you like.
  • Ann Mrs. Markham's under jaw dropped, in the way peculiar to her when at all irritated, but she did not answer at once; she waited a moment, while she held the rod poised over the iron kettle, and with her forefinger deliberately separated any of the eight candles which showed a disposition to stick together; then depositing them upon the frame and taking up another rod, she said: "Miss Plympton was down to Camden three or four days ago, and she said Ann Merrills, the chambermaid at the Stafford House, told her Ethelyn had come to Olney to stay with us while you was away; but she must have gone somewhere else, as we have not seen her here.
  • Ind Thy rams are there, Nebaioth, and the flocks of Kedar there; The looms of Ormus and the mines of Ind, And Saba's spicy groves pay tribute there.
  • Andy "Andy," he said sharply, "you're going to do more than just look at Mr. Drennen's find with us.
  • unamazing
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