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  • aa In the course of twenty-four hours, the fleet at North Aa, instead of nine inches, had more than two feet of water.
  • ab These spirits have created themselves, and have existed ab immemorabili.
  • ac Ac facio hoc certo consilio; non enim volo conscientias perturbare illis inexplicabilibus labyrinthis."
  • ag The hero has just kissed her-he is just going to kiss her ag-" "Mercy-mercy gracious!"
  • ai The Mule smiled slowly, just as he smiled when the people cried "Ai- i-ieah" as he passed them.
  • ak The a in the Bind-rune Ak is probably the termination of the word Fra, from.
  • al A lady should not use her handsome glass or china at these al fresco entertainments.
  • an You were only an-American soldier....
  • ar But it is probably from the Ar.
  • as 1538. Did you get as much for it as you paid?
  • at It was at Sonnenberg.
  • au A few days were spent here, during which Major C.P. James took over the command of the Battalion, and afterwards it marched via Doullens to Amplier, and after a night's rest in some huts there it reached Berles-au-Bois the next day.
  • av Says she, 'a bit av a chicken will do and ye can make a pumpkin pie the day before, so what with a few pertaties and a taste of stewed tomats he'll do bravely."
  • ax Answer: Please, sir-ax yer pardon, sir!
  • az Sa'ad bin Ma'az, who was buried by the Prophet.
  • ba Du ye tak me and Cosmo here for bairns 'at wad fa' a greetin' gien ye tellt them their ba-lamb wasna a leevin' ane-naething but a fussock o' cotton-'oo', rowed roon' a bit stick?
  • ca Secretaries, he knew, did not have half-holidays comme ca.
  • da 1 grandega teotaso da lakto.
  • ea 10. Ea the lord of wisdom conferred with them, and 11. repeated their words to the reed-bed: 'Reed-bed, O reed-bed!
  • ga State abbreviations should be used sparingly when there is a chance of confusion as in the case of Ga.
  • ha Come and see me sometime, ha, ha, ha!"
  • ia I hope when my lady and Miss Julia come things will be put to rights, and that the Miss Pembertons will not be shut out of Texford more than they like."
  • la Tadpoles and metamorphosing young were found at Finca La Paz, Guatemala, in late July, 1960. Two young lacking tails but not having completely developed mouths have snout-vent lengths of 14.2 and 14.6 mm.
  • Ah "Ah, you are wrong, you are wrong," she said.
  • S "Then it's business-" "Yes, business-" put in T-S. "Dat's it!"
  • AF And what would you think of me if I deserted you then, af-after all y-you've done?...
  • AP 4. Ap-peal'ing-ly, as though asking for aid.
  • AW Aw, he won't bite you!
  • AM "I am better now," he said.
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