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  • ab "Call him Ab ," suggested Sir Henry Morgan, with an ill-concealed sneer, for he was deeply jealous of Ab euchapeta's preferral.
  • bb This began many years of intense competition between Plymouth and Markham, who responded by introducing their metal "Chicago" (1888) and "King" (1890) model BB guns.
  • be How unhappy they must be !
  • db Oracle added support for SQL in 11g R2 release based on the popular SQLite API by including a version of SQLite in Berkeley DB (it uses Berkley DB for storage).
  • deb Up, and I did by a little note which I flung to Deb .
  • ea Ob Ingenii acumen, Literarum Scientiam, Morum Suavitatem, Rerum Usum, Virorum Amplissimorum Consuetudinem, Linguae, Styli ac Vitae Elegantiam, Praeclara Officia cum Britanniae; tum Europae Praestita, Sua aetate multum celebratus, Apud Posteros semper celebrandus; Plurimas Legationes obiit Ea Fide, Diligentia, & Felicitate, Ut Augustissimorum Principum GULIELMI & ANNAE Spem in illo repositam Nunquam sesellerit, Haud raro superavit.
  • ebb Around it, on a day of battle, you will find encamped great armies of the lower class of Madrilenos, who, being at financial ebb -tide, cannot pay to go in.
  • ec In enzymology, a p-benzoquinone reductase (NADPH) (EC 1.
  • ed Price, in paper covers, $2.00. Library Ed .
  • em He not only told her that she was not such a much, but he also said to Orson: You think my sister is some girl, but wait till you see Em Terriberry.
  • en The beautiful building next to the Ice Railway en vironed an excellent imitation en miniature of the magnificent Cathedral of St. Peter in Rome, its size being one-sixteenth of the original.
  • er We-er-must talk this over again.
  • es "Ye-es," said Florence, doubtfully.
  • eu Eu pa swallow nourish; Dak -pa- nourish papa the nourishment, Min pe swallow, take nourishment.
  • feb Feb 20, 1888 390,462 Making Carbon Filaments.
  • gb Number of blogs – 100 blogs per account Number of labels – 5,000 unique labels per blog (an increase from the original 2,000), 20 unique labels per post (with at most 200 characters) Number of pictures – Ordinarily, up to 1 GB of total storage, shared with Picasa Web.
  • kb In addition, many modern NES clones come with a built-in selection of games, typically stored on an internal ROM which can range from 128 KB up to several megabytes in size.
  • mb Canadian Army Doctrine and Training Centre (Kingston, ON) 2nd Canadian Division (formerly Land Force Quebec Area) 2nd Canadian Division HQ (Montreal, QC) 2nd Canadian Division Support Group (Montreal, QC) 2nd Canadian Division Training Centre (Valcartier, QC) 5 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group 5 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group HQ and Signals Squadron (Valcartier, QC) 5e Régiment dartillerie-légère du Canada (Valcartier, QC) 12e Régiment blindé du Canada (Valcartier, QC) 1er Bataillon, Royal 22e Régiment (Valcartier, QC) 2e Bataillon, Royal 22e Régiment (Valcartier, QC) 3e Bataillon, Royal 22e Régiment (Valcartier, QC) 5 Combat Engineer Regiment (Valcartier, QC) 5 Service Battalion (Valcartier, QC) 34 Canadian Brigade Group 34 Canadian Brigade Group Headquarters (Montreal) The Royal Canadian Hussars (Montreal) (armoured) (Montreal) Le Régiment de Hull (RCAC) (armoured) (Hull) 4e Bataillon, Royal 22e Régiment (Châteauguay) (light infantry) (Laval) 6e Bataillon, Royal 22e Régiment (infantry) (Saint-Hyacinthe) Le Régiment de Maisonneuve (infantry) (Montreal) Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal (infantry) (Montreal) The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada (infantry) (Montreal) The Canadian Grenadier Guards (infantry) (Montreal) The Royal Montreal Regiment (infantry) (Westmount) 2nd Field Artillery Regiment, RCA (artillery) (Montreal) 34th Signals Regiment (Montreal) Signals (Support) (Montreal) 34 Combat Engineer Regiment (combat engineer) (Westmount) 34 Service Battalion (service and support) (Saint-Hubert) 35 Canadian Brigade Group 35 Canadian Brigade Group Headquarters Sherbrooke Hussars (armoured) (Sherbrooke) 12e Régiment blindé du Canada (Militia) (armoured) (Trois-Rivières) Le Régiment de la Chaudière (light infantry) (Lévis) Le Régiment du Saguenay (infantry) (Chicoutimi) Les Fusiliers de Sherbrooke (infantry) (Sherbrooke) Les Fusiliers du St-Laurent (light infantry) (Rimouski) Les Voltigeurs de Québec (light infantry) (Quebec City) 6th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA (artillery) (Lévis) 62nd Field Artillery Regiment, RCA (artillery) (Shawinigan) 35 Combat Engineer Regiment (combat engineer) (Quebec City) 35 (Quebec) Service Battalion (service and support) (Quebec City) 71 Communications Group (Montreal) 712 Communication Squadron – Montreal 713 Communication Regiment – Beauport 714 Communication Squadron – Sherbrooke 2 Canadian Ranger Patrol Group – Richelain 3rd Canadian Division (formerly Land Force Western Area ) 3rd Canadian Division HQ (Edmonton, AB) 3rd Canadian Division Support Group (Edmonton, AB) 3rd Canadian Division Training Centre (Wainwright, AB) 1 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group (Edmonton, AB) 1 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group and Signal Squadron (Edmonton, AB) 1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery (Shilo, MB) Lord Strathconas Horse (Edmonton, AB) 1st Battalion, Princess Patricias Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, AB) 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricias Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, MB) 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricias Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, AB) 1 Combat Engineer Regiment (Edmonton, AB) 1 Service Battalion (Edmonton, AB) 38 Canadian Brigade Group 38 Canadian Brigade Group Headquarters (Winnipeg, Manitoba) The Saskatchewan Dragoons (armoured) (Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan) The Fort Garry Horse (armoured) (Winnipeg, Manitoba) The Royal Regina Rifles (light infantry) (Regina, Saskatchewan) The North Saskatchewan Regiment (light infantry) (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan) The Royal Winnipeg Rifles (light infantry) (Winnipeg, Manitoba) The Lake Superior Scottish Regiment (infantry) (Thunder Bay, Ontario) The Queens Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada (infantry) (Winnipeg) 10th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA (artillery) (Regina, Saskatchewan) 26th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA (artillery) (Brandon, Manitoba) 116th Independent Field Battery (artillery) (Kenora, Ontario) 38 Combat Engineer Regiment (combat engineers) (Winnipeg, Manitoba and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan) 38 Signal Regiment (communications) (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Thunder Bay, Ontario and Saskatoon and Regina, Saskatchewan) 38 Service Battalion (service and support) (Regina, Saskatchewan, Winnipeg, Manitoba and Thunder Bay, Ontario) 39 Canadian Brigade Group 39 Canadian Brigade Group Headquarters (Vancouver, British Columbia) The British Columbia Regiment (Duke of Connaughts Own) (armoured) (Vancouver, British Columbia) The British Columbia Dragoons (armoured) (Vernon and Kelowna, British Columbia) The Rocky Mountain Rangers (infantry) (Kamloops and Prince George, British Columbia) The Royal Westminster Regiment (infantry) (New Westminster and Chilliwack, British Columbia) The Seaforth Highlanders of Canada (infantry) (Vancouver, British Columbia) The Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Marys) (infantry) (Victoria, British Columbia) 5th (British Columbia) Field Regiment, RCA (artillery) (Victoria and Nanaimo, British Columbia) 15th Field Regiment, RCA (artillery) (Vancouver, British Columbia) 39 Combat Engineer Regiment (combat engineer) (Vancouver, Chilliwack and Trail, British Columbia) 39 Signal Regiment (Communications) (Vancouver, Victoria and Nanaimo, British Columbia) 39 Service Battalion (service and support) (Victoria and Vancouver, British Columbia) 41 Canadian Brigade Group 41 Canadian Brigade Group Headquarters (Calgary, Alberta) The South Alberta Light Horse (armoured) (Edmonton and Medicine Hat, Alberta) The Kings Own Calgary Regiment (RCAC) (armoured) (Calgary, Alberta) The Loyal Edmonton Regiment (4th Battalion, Princess Patricias Canadian Light Infantry) (light infantry) (Edmonton, Alberta, and Yellowknife, N.
  • neb C. A. FULMER, Superintendent of Public Schools, Beatrice, Neb .
  • ob Dunno, missus; she's always 'plaining ob de misery in her back, an' misery in her head; but don't ebery one hab a misery, some kind, most days?
  • pb Polis Bantuan Petronas (worn by auxiliary police officers only, sewn on the left sleeve), the shoulder title (which says "Polis Bantuan" or Auxiliary Police, instead of "Polis Diraja" or Royal Police) and the service number (worn by junior police officers of Sergeant Major rank and below, just above the right breast pocket; auxiliary police numbers begin with the letters 'PB whereas regular officers numbers do not contain any letters.
  • rb Note that clubs may have been formed after the German reunion which, for example, is the case with RB Leipzig.
  • sb DONK, sb . a moist place.
  • web He scarcely moves his eyes from the spider-web between the Imperial portraits.
  • yb Clubs controlled by their members First Vienna FC 1894 SK Rapid Wien SK Sturm Graz Wiener Sport-Club Belarus FC Torpedo Minsk FC Partizan Minsk FC Krumkachy Minsk Belgium YB SK Beveren Bulgaria PFC Botev Plovdiv FC CSKA 1948 Sofia Canada Victoria Highlanders F.
  • B Book 2-3. B y William S. Gray and Edna B . Liek.
  • Eh Something of a bridge, eh?
  • CB Vice-Admiral Sir David Anthony James 'Tom Blackburn KCVO CB CStJ (born 18 January 1945) is a former British Royal Navy officer who served as Master of the Household between 2000 and 2005.
  • ET Over the king, in a scroll, is this verse of Virgil, Discite justitiam, moniti, et non temnere divos.
  • QB In the early 1980s the factory produced a new series of British Seagull outboards, the QB series.
  • HEB This is a thought which is further expanded in Heb .
  • easy-going He was well-dressed-a good-looking, easy-going figure of that type which always made an impression upon women, but which men instinctively hated.
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