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  • ai al-in-to-bo ni anis ai adi na-gi-nis gi-ni-nis ta gi-ni-nis ai adi nedey na-gi-nis. Yu jian le ai Rang na yi xie cha jian er guo de yi han Man man san kai Ran chu yi zheng pian de wei lan – Te Amo (Wo Ai Ni) by F4
  • bi Mostly, though, he was called "Bi" Briggs. I'm on my grown man B.I you see why Cause these lil broads think its not alright to be bi – Let It Loose by wale
  • bow Her husband looked out of the bow window, pointed down, and asked her to come and stand beside him. Wouldst thou with tempests lye? Then bow To th' rougher furrows of her brow, – Against The Love Of Great Ones. by Richard Lovelace
  • ci "Papa," she said to the very English-looking gentleman who sat beyond her, "ce monsieur-ci...."
  • cow When Mr. Whatley took a look at his cow, he was hurt even more. And he's treating the woman like a poor cow He got to treat you better from now – Cockpit Dance Mixture by XTC
  • dew I waited to watch you linger With foot drawn back from the dew, Till a sunbeam straight like a finger Struck sharp through the leaves at you. Walking ghostly in the dew, Pierced by my glad singing through, – The Song Of The Happy Shepherd by William Butler Yeats
  • die Then we must let her die? But had gone out to die That Ireland's mind be greater, Her heart mount up on high; And yet who knows what's yet to come? – Three Songs To The One Burden by William Butler Yeats
  • ea The most typical Babylonian deity was Ea, the god of the fertilizing and creative waters.
  • ec observers - (26) China, Corporacion Andina de Fomento, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, EC, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Inter- American Development Bank, Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Latin America Economic System, Nicaragua, Organization of American States, Panama, Pan-American Health Organization, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Nations Development Program, United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
  • ed We want him to explain the points of this gasolene turkey-buzzard to us," cried Ed. Was kept in orderly file My parents named me Ed I tried my hardest to smile And like my daddy said – Born In The 70's by Ed Harcourt
  • eire
  • em Yo my life is full of problems, sometimes it's hard to dodge 'em So much you couldn't fathom, I wish, I didn't have them – 730 by Foxy Brown
  • emir Giafer trembled at the rage of his master, and went forth out of the palace knowing no more where to look for the Emir and his nephew than did the Caliph himself.
  • ene
  • eon
  • er I cross the ward and go to sit down by Auger.
  • erie This would enlarge our field immensely, and would certainly be effected by an union of the upper waters of the Ohio and lake Erie.
  • es "I think I shall go over to your camp and pay the incomparable Jules a brief visit.
  • ese
  • eu
  • eve
  • ewe
  • eye
  • few
  • gi
  • hew
  • hi
  • hie
  • how
  • ia
  • ii
  • il
  • in
  • io
  • ir
  • jew
  • lei
  • lie
  • low
  • meow
  • mew
  • mow
  • new
  • now
  • pei
  • pew
  • pie
  • pow
  • raw
  • ri
  • rio
  • row
  • sew
  • sow
  • tie
  • tow
  • vie
  • view
  • vow
  • wei
  • wi
  • wnw
  • wow
  • wsw
  • yew
  • Dow Early in the spring, Sewall and Dow had crossed the river to hunt for a few days in the rough hills to the east, and had killed four deer which they had hung in a tree to keep them from the coyotes.
  • Eh
  • Eke
  • Ere
  • Fie
  • It
  • Lew
  • Yow
  • Eli
  • AW Aw remember as haa hoo went in afore me, as though it were nobbud yester morn.
  • EOE
  • EUR
  • OI
  • WII
  • ET
  • WWI
  • OW
  • EEO
  • ID
  • ie
  • old-fashioned
  • easy-going Alongside the arched doorway of the porch is a square-headed opening, supposed to have been used as an alms window, through which, in those easy-going times, the priest handed out the dole of bread, money or what not to his proteges.
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