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  • a hand at
  • a top ten
  • aa So long as it was fighting its way forward the excitement kept him up; but the long delay near the village of Aa, and the deep despondency caused by the probable failure of their hopes of rescuing the starving city, again brought on an attack of the fever that had already seized him before starting, and when the Prince of Orange paid his visit to the fleet Boisot told him the young officer he had recommended to him was down with fever, which was, he believed, similar to that from which the prince himself was but just recovering.
  • ab The relatives have a fish feast, called "ab-a-fon'," at the hour of the evening meal.
  • ac This, of co'se, was thess projeckin' 'fo' the new boa'der ac-chilly arrived, He not bein' here yet, we didn't have much to do but speculate about him.
  • AF Kate's home was at the sea-side, and their drive this af-ter-noon would take them for a time on the beach.
  • ag Compare this with the preparation of Ag.
  • Ah Ah, here we are.
  • ai The church of Ai Servi, built 1393, has a fine interior, with thin columns.
  • ak One of the striking figures of the North is Oo-vai-oo-ak, headman of the Kogmollycs, living in dignified happiness with his children and his two wives.
  • al The second night out the boys noted a change in Al Howard; the third night they asked one another 'what had come over the old man.
  • AM Tell him who I am, and what I say."
  • an He was to be shot down in an hour.
  • AP Tul-ap-in is the real tortoise of Linapi meaning strong-manly-thing: the water soft turtle is called Unami.
  • ar The caravan behind stopped also, while the arrieros snorted "Ar-re!"
  • as I have just as much right here as he has.
  • at 8440. You always had an account at Hillswick?
  • au Au revoir, little sister!"
  • av For several mornings he had studied the gaunt, striding figure of a fellow-passenger, who appeared to be religious in the matter of his constitutional; or, as a sailor softly remarked as he glanced up at Charter from his holy-stoning, "He seems to feel the need av walkin' off sivin or eight divils before answerin' the breakfast-gong...."
  • AW "Aw, I don't know-" he began.
  • ax Well, jist ax sometimes that Anna an' me be together, will ye?
  • az Or if I should meet with a country called Azania, I may in like manner derive it from Az-An, a fountain sacred to the Sun; from whence the country was named.
  • ba "Ba-si," under various names, is found widespread throughout the Islands.
  • ca "Ca suffit," said Connal, lightly.
  • da She calls Conrad and Rudolph and Max da-da, and this morning in the back window she applied the same handsome compliment to your Mr. Poopendyke."
  • ea 93, 'Mater est terra: ea parit corpus, animam aeter adiugat'; ll.
  • ga While beads stand for copper coins in Africa, cloth measures for silver; wire is reckoned as gold in the countries beyond the Tan-ga-ni-ka.
  • ha In the ha-ha wall, at that part of the orchard where the highway hedge comes up, is the square mouth of a rather large drain.
  • ia "Oh, do you speak to him," exclaimed Julia.
  • la La Touche pressed me to take a third.
  • S "Friends," by Mrs. S.
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