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  • ail What should ail her?
  • al "Ross and Suraci are enough to guard Mac Alarney and Al on their way to the lock-up," the detective responded quietly.
  • ala Ala, Aponitolau, it is best for you to follow me and I will show you the way to the place where Asibowan lives.
  • alb Yes, a priest in alb and chasuble not only can dispense with the blessings of his Pope, but-and here is the rub-he can also withhold such blessings from Khalid.
  • ale So he went in to luncheon on bread and cheese and small ale.
  • ali He had undoubtedly intended to convey a friendly warning to Ali, but he felt now that it would be dangerous and useless, and he was completely convinced that Ali's fate was sealed.
  • all All of 'em are.
  • ally "Come on, baby," Ally said.
  • alp After seeing what Alp did do, and feeling sure of what he could have done had circumstances called forth his powers, I am ready to believe the accounts I have heard of the wonderful performances of others of his race.
  • alt Her Majesty hastened down on foot to the head of Loch Muich, and rode back in the rain to Alt-na-Giuthasach to write to Lord Derby and Lord Charles Wellesley, who had been with his father in his last hours.
  • asl
  • awl In this genus the fruiting surface is on spine, or awl-shaped processes, which are either simple or in some cases the tips are more or less branched.
  • ball I don't know if it's alarmed or not, but that's the ball game."
  • call 6367. Why do you call them money articles?
  • ell "We-ell, not exactly," she demurred.
  • fall 2351. In a bad season do they not fall behind, and require credit to some extent from the merchant?
  • gall The liver has on its under side a little pear-shaped pouch called the gall bladder, in which the bile is stored before it is poured into the bowel.
  • hall Here, look here, Hall!
  • ill "You can't tell me all these things now, and you'll be ill; so lie down on the bed there, and I'll sit by you till you go to sleep.
  • mall Paddington, the private detective, was found in the Rhododendron Alley, just off the Mall in the park, stabbed to the heart!"
  • pall Six young women in white would be a suitable number to act as pall-bearers for a young woman.
  • tall "A tall, dark gentleman.
  • wall She seemed to want to speak, but her mother, who was in bed at the time, was thoroughly frightened, and turned her face to the wall.
  • LL Why in h-ll should I want you to go to Grafton?
  • AOL
  • Y'all
  • all by ones self
  • am of same mind
  • am of significance
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