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- be No, no; pray don't be long.
- ce Zen ce not talk, and I tink ce be sleep; and I sake her and I sake her, but ce not move.
- de The-the truth is, Mademoiselle de Longarde is not yet here. Yuunami ni senaka mukete futari de Sorezore no yume wo katatta ne – "Mata Ne." by Hitomi Shimatani
- ea Utinam DEUS OPTIMUS MAXIMUS ea nationi tam praeclare de orbe universo meritae beneficia retribuat, quibus veram, solidam, absolutamque numeris omnibus felicitatem consequatur.
- ec Adenosine deaminase (also known as adenosine aminohydrolase, or ADA) is an enzyme (EC 3.
- ed "I have figured out the code and it reads as follows: "'Ference eld erecon urday h atch h oysat ed w arsh b adian t cific M eftcan erepa en l am h alledsev ome y c ther h pect b emo ssus n h ay i ee o trong w haps s as s persper ay h eekpa formation m atchin s w.
- em You've seen 'em all, though, haven't you?
- en Ardworth's second letter was as follows:- En iterum Crispinus!
- er One hundred and fifty dollars-er-one hundred and fifty?
- es He would do what Jules had paid him to do, and no more.
- eu Exports - partners: EU 78% (Germany 26%, Belgium-Luxembourg 12%, France 12%, UK 11%, Italy 6%), Central and Eastern Europe, US (2000)
- ex Leipzig, 1853. O. Korn, P. Ovidii Nasonis Ex Ponto Libri Quattuor.
- fe Some one had glided noiselessly into the back room; a figure in a blue blouse; a Chinaman, their house servant, Ah Fe.
- ge Examples of IP access controllers are GC01n by Simac/SimacQuadCore, PAC-512-IP by PAC/Stanley Security Products, DirectDoor by GE Security Products and VertX V2000 by HID Global.
- he Inwardly he was puzzled.
- Eh "And is it all right, eh?
- ET "Well, he et a lot.
- easy-going Done found this indisposition to interfere in 'other people's business' very marked amongst the diggers; and their toleration of notorious evildoers was a pronounced feature of their easy-going character, encouraged, no doubt, by their contempt for the law, which appealed to them only as an instrument of oppression.