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  • aa Dr. Lemarchand of the island of Mauritius gives the following anthelmintic prescription: Juice of papaya and molasses aa 1 tablespoon.
  • ab Dum stabit motus nullis Obeliscus ab Euris Sixte tuum stabit nomen honosque tuus.
  • ac 3, seque ac majores et posteros municipali adultero foedabat.
  • ag They stood about a map table, Homer and Bey-ag-Akhamouk at one end, the rest clustered about.
  • ai All these appellations are from the same object, the edifices which they erected: even Hetruria seems to have been a compound of Ai -tur; and to have signified the land of Towers.
  • ak The valley-rim yawned, and there Mai-ak made his stand and made it well.
  • al There's no use having any of mine except Al get wise.
  • an 6164. Have you an account there?
  • ar Quhais luifing praysis, maid trewlie, Efter that simple tyme, Ar sung in monie far countrie, Albeit in rural rhyme.
  • as I will certainly do as you wish.
  • at She had not seen Newhaven at all.
  • au Until I return, au revoir."
  • av He is like he was, only they have fixed him a bit av a shelther from th' sun.
  • ax When Baron Battle Ax , back in the fifth or sixth century, knocked all his rivals on the head and took their wealth away from them, I suppose there was here and there an advanced thinker who said the thing was unjust, but I am quite sure the great majority of people said things had always been that way and always would be that way.
  • az If you ain't took it summun else az .
  • ba Dear Aunt Nina,-Ba has said something for me, I hope.
  • ca 6. Ca -reer'ing, moving rapidly.
  • da The old walls, the rasping iron drawbridge, the iron doors, the sentinels and patrols, the hoarsely-angry "Wer da ?"
  • ea "Ke-ea," stammered the child, smiling at his friend.
  • ga And so they have increased from this one harquebuse which they ga ve to the prince of Tane-ga-shima, until every hamlet and city in the empire in a short time were supplied with them.
  • ha "Yes, yes-ha, ha -laying it on a bit, isn't he!
  • ia 6745. Take Maria Sandison, who was spoken of today?
  • la I had been looking about for Dubois and La Touche, when I saw Lieutenant Silk.
  • Ah Ah, I know what you think.
  • S Put in your Note-Book: G.S.T. and R.A.M.G. are one and the same thing.
  • AF "It isn't as if I was af-afraid to go and live among strangers-I'm used to it.
  • AP 58; alliance with Montfort, 67, 76; raid upon Chester, 85; defeats Mortimer at Brecknock, 88; submits, 89; refuses homage to Edward I., 108; submission and marriage, 109; last revolt and death, 119, 120 Llewelyn ap Jorwerth, prince of North Wales, ii.
  • AW Aw, course they'll git 'em, Tom.
  • AM "So I am, Will.
  • unamazing