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  • be I told her it would be all right."
  • ce And ce say dot ce vill die, if he not let my fader go, and ce cry; and ce tell ze man vot sit vay high in ze chair, dot he vill let him go?
  • de Miss De Voe looked puzzled. si sabe de una cosas que ni una – Como Te Digo Una "Co" Te Digo La "O" by Joaquin Sabina
  • ea Accesserunt De metallicis rebus et nominibus observationes variae et eruditae, ex schedis Georgii Fabricii, quibus ea potissimum explicantur, quae Georgius Agricola praeteriit.
  • ec In enzymology, an aculeacin-A deacylase (EC 3.
  • ed Tall Ed Kelley, on his long trip across "the big flat," as he called the valley between the Continental Divide and the Cascade Range, stopped at Cinnebar to see what was going on.
  • em "I put a lot ob odd concerns up here,-foun' em in de place when we come,-and dey ain't no good, and I want de room.
  • en En route she made me acquainted with many points of interest, which are so numerous in the "Forest City."
  • er Do you - er - happen to know if she is of the nature one can offer money to?"
  • es On entering she gave the attendant her card, asking him to take it to M. Jules.
  • eu Those who had the good fortune to visit Eu before the fire of 1902 will not have forgotten the flight of Loves on the ceiling of a chamber situated above that belonging to Mademoiselle.
  • ex Ex-Congressman Wigginton also testified concerning this visit to Terry.
  • fe "There is a gringo woman missing from Santa Fe and we are seeking her.
  • ge Each of the four Pratt & Whitney JT3C-7 engines had a "degrader" built and installed by General Electric (GE) to break down and return the AMK to near Jet-A quality.
  • he No, no, he must go to sleep now.
  • le
  • me
  • ne
  • re
  • se
  • te
  • xe
  • Eh There's no harm in talkin', eh?
  • We
  • Oe
  • R
  • W
  • Ye
  • ET These, with few exceptions, are by no means so completely constructed as in England; but, owing to the cheapness of land, timber, et cet.
  • ie
  • easy-going Pen laughed merrily, his comrade's easy-going, reckless way having its humorous side, and cheering him up at a time when their helpless condition made him ready to despair.
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