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  • an But there will be an answer.
  • ana The course, if not of the river, at least of its ana-branches; and there were besides those, branches of another kind, namely, true branches coming from the main channel, as branches leave the stem of a tree, never to unite with it again.
  • any I will not come any more."
  • awn He could get neebody te man a boat but women; the men wadn't hev onythin' te dee wiv him, so his awn wife, Ailsie's Jenny, Nanny Dent, and Peggy Story went.
  • bin And although at this present and long time since, he hath bin and is without any occasion of wars, that should come vpon a sodain; yet hath he had manie and grieuous enimies to defend himselfe from, or to offend them, as you shall perceiue in this that followeth.
  • din The din grows louder and louder; fresh voices are coming in every minute; and the owl, wondering in some vague way if he is the cause of it all, flies off to some other tree where he can be quiet and go to sleep.
  • e'en Ah, of his laurel wreath you robbed him, Gave him a martyr's crown instead, And now the cruel thorns have pierced him E'en to the blood of his proud head!
  • en Perhaps there is no one who has felt so much the disadvantage of being able to see things en grand, being at the same time the smallest of men.
  • ene A satirical sixteenth-century poet scoffs at the folk who flock to "Saint Trid's to mend their ene."
  • eon After what seemed an eon of waiting, he ventured another look ahead.
  • fin There was not the motion of a fin anywhere: and yet the net seemed heavy to haul.
  • gin Jasmine opened the letter, which was strongly perfumed with gin.
  • i'd If we lived here, d'ye know what I'd like t' do?
  • in In love, are you?
  • ink Just before her she saw a pretty little girl, almost as white as snow, carried in the arms of a tall black woman, nearly as black as ink.
  • inn And what would become of us if we were forced to spend the night in some inn without our luggage?
  • ion Marion had many of his men and Col.
  • kin When one has succeeded in entering a household he is called kin.
  • lin "Thanks, Lin," said Drazk.
  • min Its refrain ran: "Oh, surely the wimmin is worse than the min, For they go to the Divil and come back agin."
  • ni Illurica facies videtur hominis: eo ornatu advenit; and later- Mira sunt Ni illic homost aut dormitator aut sector zonarius.
  • on Oh, but I am going on.
  • one She and he were one.
  • ono 20 Mr. Ono was blind.
  • own Something she must keep of her own.
  • pin He picked himself up, and, apparently without stopping to see what manner of thing it was that he had fallen over, made a rush to the pin-rail.
  • sin Yet, except for being cast down into sin, I should have got over that difficulty.
  • un Can you put un to cut off they nettles along the ditch among they stones?
  • urn After saluting her father as described, the young girl took her seat in front of the coffee urn, and commenced performing the duties of the table.
  • Ann If you will take the case of Mary Ann Sinclair and her sisters as it appears in the book, you will see that they got more cash than Sandison did.
  • I'm Oh, but I'm glad to see you!
  • Inc Reprint edition published in 1979 by University Publications of America, Inc.
  • Ind Curtis for reinforcements, and this time the General sent him five companies of the 8th Ind.
  • Ing I have been a-wait-ing for you, Sandy, a long time.
  • N Entered at the Post-Office at New York, N.
  • INS It was his pride and pleasure to know the ins and outs of a situation perhaps even better than some of the principal actors in it, and his judgment was always at his brother's service.
  • Ian Ian didn't speak, as he stopped with a rush before his sister.
  • Ina Then Lord Holme's deep bass voice was audible, humming vigorously: "Ina, Ina, oh, you should have seen her!
  • INT By midnight the edge o' the floe was rubbin' Pa'tridge P'int, an' the ice was troubled an' angry.
  • INF James F., 10, 61, 81, 91 Massachusetts, 29, 30 " Third Regiment Vol. M., 80, 90 " Fifth Regiment Vol. M., 80, 90 " Eighth Regiment Vol. M., 89, 90 " Seventeenth Regiment Inf.
  • a finishes
  • a go go
  • afterwhile
  • airfoils
  • algospasms
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