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- add 8633. Have you anything to add to what he has said?
- aid It was not Pocahontas whom Wansutis wished to aid , but the white Captain.
- an 8264. Had you an account at the shop at that time?
- ana Running the ana -branch down for four miles, the camp was pitched, after a tedious and fatiguing day's march.
- ans Towards Usseau, and halfway to Marans, level highlands, red, mixed with an equal quantity of broken chalk; mostly in vines, some corn, and pasture: then to Marans and halfway to St. Hermine, it is reclaimed marsh, dark, tolerably good, and all in pasture: there we rise to plains a little higher, red, with a chalky foundation, boundless to the eye, and altogether in corn and maize.
- ant Say, you be'ant one of them movin' picter fellers makin' a fillum be yer?
- any If you should see him, at any time, let me know, Mrs. Goudie.
- band The band might thunder its hardest, but it could not drown the publisher's voice in my ears, which repeated over and over the words I had heard that morning.
- end "I don't see any end of it.
- hand 429. He does not hand you the money?
- land 4611. You don't hold land ?
- nd In the older languages the termination was more marked, being -nd.
- rand Assuming the present growth of the Rand to continue, it may have in ten years about 500,000 whites, which will be not much less than a half of the then white population of the whole country.
- sand And he asked the man whether he would want any more sand , but the man said that he wouldn't for some time.
- wand My wand , my wand !
- And He did not know what to do; and he did nothing.
- Ann "I knew a man once, Miss," said Ann , "as used to prefer to 'ave it in a wash-hand basin.
- Ind He came in a mysterious sort o' way that I didn't like: looking be'ind 'im as though he was afraid of being follered, and speaking in a whisper as if 'e was afraid of being heard.
- Andy "You struck my brother Andy because you thought you could," he said.