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  • ai 7:2 And Joshua sent men from Jericho to Ai, which is beside Bethaven, on the east of Bethel, and spake unto them, saying, Go up and view the country.
  • bi I would hardly make an exception even of the "bi-partisan" board.
  • ci Cross from Cherbourg to Southampton-train from thence to this place, and ask for Signor Bruno, an Italian refugee, living at the house of Mrs. Potter, a ci-devant laundress.
  • gi Barium enema (large bowel investigation) and DCBE (double contrast barium enema) Barium swallow (oesophageal investigation) Barium meal (stomach investigation) and double contrast barium meal Barium follow through (stomach and small bowel investigation) CT pneumocolon / virtual colonoscopy Barium sulfate, an insoluble white powder is typically used for enhancing contrast in the GI tract.
  • hi Hi told Bough what you said.
  • i'd I thought I'd go to-morrow.
  • ia Ia. Things that cannot come to passe my Lord, the worse our fortunes.
  • ii
  • iii 3 Fortescue, Sir John, iii.
  • il
  • in
  • io 62. At Rome during this winter many prodigies either occurred about the city, or, as usually happens when the minds of men are once inclined to superstition, many were reported and readily believed; among which it was said that an infant of good family, only six months old, had called out "Io triumphe" in the herb market: that in the cattle market an ox had of his own accord ascended to the third story, and that thence, being frightened by the noise of the inhabitants, had flung himself down; that the appearance of ships had been brightly visible in the sky, and that the temple of Hope in the herb market had been struck by lightning; that the spear at Lanuvium had shaken itself; that a crow had flown down into the temple of Juno and alighted on the very couch; that in the territory of Amiternum figures resembling men dressed in white raiment had been seen in several places at a distance, but had not come close to any one; that in Picenum it had rained stones; that at Caere the tablets for divination had been lessened in size; and that in Gaul a wolf had snatched out the sword from the scabbard of a soldier on guard, and carried it off.
  • ir
  • iv
  • li
  • lii
  • mi
  • ni
  • ri
  • si
  • ti
  • vi
  • vii
  • wi
  • xii
  • If
  • I'm "I'm going out to look.
  • It
  • OI
  • WII
  • ID You can'd zee him, ain'd id?
  • ie
  • old-fashioned
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