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  • bey In the 7th century Mosque of Amru and that of Ibn Touloun, dating from the 9th century, both at Cairo, the earlier phases of the style can be studied, whilst the later development is illustrated in the same city by the 13th century Mosque of Kalaoon, the 14th century Mosque of Sultan Hassan, that has the rare feature in a Mahommedan building of a cruciform plan, the contemporaneous Mosque of Sultin Barkook, and the small 15th century Mosque of Kait-Bey, the last specially noteworthy on account of its beautiful internal decoration and its graceful minaret.
  • by What are we to think of the authentification of a religion by a sign?
  • dy Why, only the other dy as I was goin' inter 'is shop 'e says "Good mornin', Mrs. 'Odges."
  • ea English literature is full of illustrations of the old pronunciation of ea , as in "Hudibras;" "Doubtless the pleasure is as great In being cheated as to cheat," which was then a perfect rhyme.
  • ec He deth al that his wille is, On sea and ec on londe.
  • ed They rode through Keteineh, Ed -Dueim, and Kawa; afterwards they passed Abba, a woody Nile island, on which before the war the Mahdi dwelt, in a hollow tree as a dervish hermit.
  • em A young lady throwed 'em out to me.
  • en In two hours I'll be en route for the coast, and to-morrow I'll take passage for home on the first boat.
  • er "Er-no," said Mavis, after a pause.
  • es A Government of National Defence was constituted of which General Trochu became President, Jules Favre Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Gambetta Minister of the Interior.
  • eu Freculfus, in the ninth century, was a patron of literature, and himself an author; Hugh of Eu , grandson of Richard, Duke of Normandy, was one of the most illustrious ecclesiastics of his day; Gilbert is described by Ordericus Vitalis as having been a man of exemplary charity, and deeply versed in all sciences, though it is admitted that he was somewhat too much addicted to worldly pleasures, and not averse from gambling; and Arnulf, whose letters and epigrams are preserved among the manuscripts of the Vatican, was a prelate who would have done honor to St. Peter's chair.
  • ex As for the ex -members themselves, they were absolutely mute on the subject.
  • eye She wondered if Constance had received hers, and, when her new friend returned from class, Marjorie managed to catch her eye and question her by means of a sign language known only to schoolgirls.
  • fey It was not till next day that the Highland word "Fey" came into my mind.
  • key It was a mistake of his wife to allow Peter Junior a night key .
  • ky Ky-un-a, unconscious, was carried to his house about five hundred feet away.
  • ny Marny had told me that his attempts had at first been equally disappointing.
  • wy There's a puckle o' the upland bairns pass oor wy frae schule, and whiles Lachlan 'ill meet them when he's aifter his sheep, and as sure as a'm stannin' here, he 'ill lay aff stories aboot battles and fairies, till the laddies 'ill hardly gae hame.
  • Eh Lingard must give you but very poor sport, and what is sport to you-eh, what, Athena?
  • Fy In that admirable burlesque comedy by Beaumont and Fletcher, "The Knight of the Burning Pestle," 1613, the citizen's wife, addressing herself either to the gallants on the stage, or to her fellow-spectators sitting around her, exclaims: "Fy!
  • Hey But I guess," he hinted cunningly, "I know as much about 'em as you do-hey, Kenneth?
  • My But ye believe not, because ye are not of My sheep.
  • Ye Come, and ye shall see.
  • Ty 2. Au-then-tic'i-ty, of established authority for truth and correctness.
  • Ry She said to my father, 'Marry her,' and he did; and she said to poor little Clara, 'Fall down and worship him,' and she did; but she got up again, of course.
  • ET 220, 233, et al.
  • easy-going
  • acculturing