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Correct spellings for EI

  • ai "Ai was wear'n' me awld squeer brown bawlerat what ai wears to Laanson market on Zat'dys.
  • bi But first began the tendency to recognize parties in "bi-partisan" boards and commissions; it became very usual to provide that State officials should, when the office was held, or the function performed, by more than one person, be elected or appointed from different parties.
  • ci It was the ci tizen of hearts replacing the ci -devant knave of hearts.
  • ea Lecto memoriali et auditis votis Sanctissimus supradictam petitionem omnino rejecit; ita quod nec in posterum ullo modo de ea tractetur.
  • ec Malonyl-S-ACP:biotin-protein carboxyltransferase (EC 2.
  • ed And, defeated for the first time in his life, Tall Ed turned his cayuse's head to the San McGill range, with only the memory of a worshipful child-woman's face to soften the effect of his hard experience as the Marshal of Brimstone Basin.
  • em But nearly everybody went down to see Em arrive.
  • en 147. Arab of the Benou Tai, En Numan and the, i.
  • er "Edwards, you-er-are a bit disconcerting.
  • es Then he spoke to the hors-es and on they went.
  • eu A quem lhe a dura nova estava dando, Pois eu responde estou sacrificando;
  • ex The ex -missionary beamed benignly.
  • gi ↑ Legend "S" Baptism XX (LEGEND - S - 洗礼の儀 -, LEGEND - S - Senrei no Gi -, "Legend - S - Ceremony of Baptism -")
  • hi How I envy hi -im!
  • ii
  • lei
  • li
  • mi
  • ni
  • pei
  • pi
  • ri
  • si
  • ti
  • vi
  • wei
  • wi
  • xi
  • Eh Tryin' to give us the slip, eh?
  • Eli Prophet Eli swung up to them, halted, and peered at them curiously out of his little eyes.
  • OI
  • ET During my short stay in Philadelphia on this occasion, I visited several of its prisons, philanthropic institutions, et cet.
  • ie
  • easy-going He was easy-going rather than a coward; a preacher who, in the pulpit, looked difficulties genially in the face, and passed them by.
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