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  • aa Some day or other, after a long time spent in measuring space, or in accumulating Xs under Aa -Gg, they succeed in analyzing some natural law, and resolve it into its elemental principles, and all on a sudden the crowd gapes at a new machine; or it is a handcart perhaps that overwhelms us with astonishment by the apt simplicity of its construction.
  • ab Now Todd has been industrious enough, and gone ab out his business quite as faithfully as Ab , but instead of putting his head down like a dog on the scent of a rabbit, he has had some thought of the people he passed.
  • ac Loue Quod controuertentes dicunt bonum perinde ac omnes.
  • ag Everybody wants to get into Ag Culture."
  • ai Then, darting out for a moment, he yells "Ai!"
  • ak "Prince Junak," said the steed, "I have waited centuries for such a knight as you; here I am, ready to carry you and serve you faithfully.
  • al The ebb-tide soon began, and in 1739 Kartabo was deserted, and thirty years before the United States became a nation, the old fort on Kyk-over-al was demolished.
  • an "I am an Almeida," he an swered.
  • ar 4 yamoncobre, evidently formed from yamosa, as Ar .
  • as If we can only know nothing about it, and be as we are!
  • at "You don't understand at all.
  • au Then I shall say au revoir.
  • av For women's shoes see Av .
  • ax But, the story went, on the day the ax was to drop, what wouldn't that ceremonial ox give to change places with that haggard struggling, underfed wild ox?
  • az Thare iz lots ov folks in this world whom yu kan blo up like a bladder, and then kik them az high az yu pleze.
  • ba Asa ba cutub naca-adto caniha sa buntag ang mga ba tanar diutay?
  • ca Usa ca binuhat sa Dios.
  • da The Grotto close to the Pitti entrance, which contains some of Michelangelo's less remarkable "Prisoners," intended for the great Julian tomb, is so "grottesque" that the statues are almost lost, and altogether it is rather an Old Rye House affair; and though Giovanni da Bologna's fountain in the midst of a lake is very fine, I doubt if the walk is quite worth it.
  • ea 1. The diphthong ou, ow corresponding to O. N. ou, O. E. ea .
  • ga David W. Anthony, Jr., first lieutenant, St. Louis, Mo. James C. Arnold, first lieutenant, Atlanta, Ga . Russell C. Atkins, second lieutenant, Winston-Salem, N. C. Henry O. Atwood, captain, Washington, D. C. Charles H. Austin, second lieutenant, U. S. Army.
  • ha Ha, he's coming down to it now!
  • ia [101] The title of the Franciscan Juan de Torquemada's book, is as follows: Ia (-IIIa) Parte de los veynte y un libros rituales y monarchia Indiana con el origen y guerras de los Indios occidentales de sus poblacones, descubrimiento, conquista, conversion y otras cosas maravillosas de la misma tierra (Sevilla, 1615; in three parts).
  • la At a small writing-table sat the beautiful La Meronville.
  • Ah Ah, my dear sir!
  • S Poor S . was in despair.
  • AF Regions with this climate typically feature tropical rainforests, and it is designated Af by the Köppen climate classification.
  • AP The other was Morgan ap Seissyl, the hereditary custodian of the staff of Cynwyl, and sacristan of the church, enjoying certain lands which went with the baculus, or staff, as well as certain dignities.
  • AW "Aw, my dear life," chuckled Mary.
  • AM Only I must know now where I am.
  • unamazing