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  • be To be sure, to be sure!
  • ce They were quite seaworthy, n 'est-ce pas?
  • de 2 Aves Reginas; Responsoria de Venerabili. nee boku no te no naka de kietari shinai de ne – White Out by luna sea
  • die "You shall not die ," he cried. Did he die or did she die? Seemed to die or died they both? God be with the times when I Cared not a thraneen for what chanced – Crazy Jane Grown Old Looks At The Dancers by William Butler Yeats
  • fe "If it wasn't for Patience, and my brother in Santa Fe , I'd strike out with you. Paciencia y fe Ay carajo, it's hot! But that's okay Mama would say, – Paciencia Y Fe (Patience and Faith) by Unknown Author
  • ge "Sile," interrupted Dan, earnestly, "what 'ge mean I'm to do? Turn agin' him?"
  • he He answered, quickly: "Nothing, dearie." him here? Did he ask for me? Where remains he? How parted he with thee? and when shalt thou see – As You Like It: Act III, scene II by Unknown Author
  • hie 321. The erlie was a manne of hie degree.
  • i'd That is what I'd do.
  • ia Deton J. Brooks, first lieutenant, Chicago, Ill. William M. Brooks, second lieutenant, Des Moines, Ia . Carter N. Brown, first lieutenant, Atlanta, Ga. Emmet Brown, first lieutenant, St. Louis, Mo. George E. Brown, second lieutenant, New York City, N. Y. Oscar C. Brown, first lieutenant, Edwards, Miss.
  • ice See to the ice -water for both parties."
  • ii 166-167. Malo-Jaroslavitz, battle of, ii .
  • ike Ike arrived earlier than expected, for he made record time from Oakdale.
  • il Things happened, as things do, and it was early April before I got to the farm.
  • in "Go in ," he said.
  • io Even when she married Mario, the jeweller, she did not go far from home, and Tintoretto grew every year fonder and prouder of his clever and beautiful daughter.
  • ir and IR desorption has been combined with a metastable ion source.
  • ire But perhaps we have not gone far from our subject, after all; for the innocent Iphigenia, whose doom kindled our ire , was sacrificed to the goddess of the moon.
  • iv He was iv th' right sort.
  • le 329 Le Prese, i.
  • lie You would lie like that-to save my name?
  • me Somebody told me so.
  • ne 24, is Ne to theke bat be-tweyn l.
  • pie "There now," she said, "let the rain come, you'll be happy, rain or shine, while the pie and wine last, I'll be bound."
  • re Mr. Twist re -lit his cigarette to give himself a countenance, but the thought of all that Mrs. Bilton would probably say was dreadful to him, and his hand couldn't help shaking a little.
  • se Deletis Teutonibus, C. Marius in Cimbros se convertit.
  • tie I tie d it myself, and I am a good enough sailor to know how to tie a boat so it won't work loose.
  • vie Vie Vernon, on the contrary, had developed into a most elegant person, quite an accomplished woman of the world, darkly suspected of "going to be engaged" to a young lawyer with a dark moustache, who had lately developed a suspicious fondness for her father's company.
  • Fie Oh, fie, Master Johnny!
  • I'm "I'm sure of it," replied Neale.
  • It "It was father's idea!
  • Oe Roman Capitals- A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AE [OE]
  • ID 3-5. Plumatella coralloides, id.
  • ie Whereas other schemes have used Archimedes screws in a reverse direction (IE the water flowing through downstream turns the screws and generates electricity), the turbine plant at Burley houses a Kaplan Turbine, which means the water flowing through turns
  • old-fashioned Doctor Govitt I found to be a stout middle-aged man, of the usual type of old-fashioned practitioner of a cathedral town, whose methods and ideas were equally old-fashioned .
  • easy-going He knew that his Georgia uncle, who was his favorite, wanted him all the time, and he preferred the easy-going life on the big farm near the borders of the Okefinokee; but he traveled back and forth because his North Carolina uncle, though really indifferent, made a virtue of insisting on the arrangement entered into when the widow Carroll promptly followed her poet-husband to another world and her brothers recognized their duty to look after her son. This winter the Georgia uncle had invited both boys, proposing to take them on a hunting trip in the great swamp, and-to the delight of Ted-it was arranged for them to stop at Augusta and visit Camp Hancock on their way down.