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  • ai The last words came so naturally that Richard could only cry out in despair: "Ai, Lord Duke, and if that be so, and you, who all men say are more monk than cavalier, are so evil, what hope then for such as I, who have sinned nigh past forgiveness?" you shi hai hui shua lai Dan ni bu huai Qi shi ni hen ke ai – Can't Help Falling in Love by f-4
  • air Escape to the open air. Sea-borne, or balanced on the air When first it sprang out of the nest Upon some lofty rock to stare Upon the cloudy canopy, – On A Political Prisoner by William Butler Yeats
  • au Au revoir, mon enfant."
  • aug 1747. August-Second meeting of Cranstoun and Mary.
  • auk Two years ago last spring the little auk was found alive and unhurt, but fluttering and unable to rise, in a lane a few miles from Alresford, where there is a great lake: it was kept a while, but died.
  • ca Look at 'em, Captain; now you just take a fair look at 'em; and then say that Mr. Surrey's wife belongs to the same family,-own kith and kin,-you ca-a-n't do it.
  • cain But hear me, Francisco," said Cain, lowering his voice to a whisper, lest he should be overheard; "I am tired of this life-perhaps sorry for what I have done-I wish to leave it-have wealth in plenty concealed where others know not.
  • cali The Consumer Price Index (IPC) of Cali has been since the last decade one of the lowest among Colombian cities.
  • car He drowned his motor finally in fording a roily stream and abandoned the car.
  • caw Through the open window came in the joyous sounds of the summer morning-the rustle of the great elms in a light breeze, the caw of rooks, and the distant clicking of a mowing-machine, and, with all, the scent of flowers upon a groundwork fragrance of new-mown hay.
  • cay The seat of the local government is in the island of New Providence, and the inhabitants of Watling's Island and of Rum Cay unite in sending one representative to the House of Assembly.
  • cu Cabil Ahau, oxlahun Ahau, buluc Ahau, bolon Ahau, uuc Ahau, ho Ahau, ox Ahau, hun Ahau, lahca Ahau, lahun Ahau, lahun kal haab cu tepalob yetel u halach uinicil Chichen Itza yetel Mayalpan.
  • cue The Voysey judgment gave him his cue.
  • cur Limp as a wet rag, cowering like a lashed cur, terrified into speechlessness, Gleason dropped into the indicated chair.
  • fuji
  • ga
  • gar
  • gaul
  • gu
  • gui
  • guy
  • ii
  • iii The thoroughness and devotion of a student tell their own tale in such expressions as the 'studio disposta fideli,' and the 'noctes vigilare serenas' in the dedication to Memmius, and in the more enthusiastic acknowledgment of the source from which he drew his philosophy at iii.
  • jail
  • jain His minister was one Abhaichand, a Jain, by whose teachings the king also came into the Jain faith.
  • jar
  • jaw
  • jay
  • kali
  • kama The Garden of Kama: Kama the Indian Eros The daylight is dying, The Flying fox flying, Amber and amethyst burn in the sky.
  • kasai The next chance we had at one of them on shore came on our first evening in the Kasai just before sunset.
  • kauai
  • kayo
  • key
  • kid
  • kin
  • kip You'll make it a go, Kip!
  • kit
  • kiwi
  • ko
  • kuhn
  • kw
  • ky
  • lii I have beheld them as Gentiles under People professing Christianity, not only kept ignorant of the Holy Scriptures, but under great Provocations to Wrath; of whom it may truly be said, They that rule over them make them to howl, and the Holy Name is abundantly blasphemed, Isaiah lii.
  • maui
  • quail
  • quasi
  • quay In the evening I went down with Sinnet to the quay, where a man was pointed out to us as skipper of the lugger.
  • tau
  • vii The same truth and energy of conception, with more poetical accompaniment, may be recognised in the longer passages, from Book vii.
  • xii In chapter xii following, such a proof of the theory is attempted.
  • K
  • Kan At all times the woman wears on her head beneath her burden a small grass ring 5 or 6 inches in diameter, called a "ki'-kan."
  • Kate
  • Qua
  • Que
  • GAO Here, a little in advance, ever and again with his head to the ground listening, his great arms bare, pieces of eight in his ears as ornaments, is the handsome Italian Cecco, who cut his name in letters of blood on the back of the governor of the prison at Gao.
  • DUI
  • Kane
  • Kano "Si, senor," agreed the Kano boy, calmly.
  • Kari
  • Karl
  • Kay
  • Kim
  • Cai "Might ask the same question of you," said Cai Tamblyn.
  • Gail Gail shook her head, watching him.
  • Kara
  • Katie
  • Kia
  • Mai He therefore on March 13th issued a series of popular decrees, that declared the rule of the Bourbons at an end, dissolved the Senate and Chamber of Deputies, and summoned the "electoral colleges" of the Empire to a great assembly, or Champ de Mai, at Paris.
  • Kaye
  • Luigi He was associated with Ausonio Franchi and Luigi Stefanoni in the Libero Pensiero and the Libero Pensatore, and founded an Italian Association of Freethinkers.
  • Kathie
  • Katy
  • Keri
  • Jami There's a mosque at Brusa called Jeshil Jami, the Green Mosque.
  • Hui A picture in the tomb of prince Hui at Thebes shows that under the reign of his successor, Tut-ankh-Amon, the Egyptian supremacy was still acknowledged in some parts of Syria.
  • SUI Euphues is very much sui generis: failure as it may be from some points of view, it deserves the highest respect for this, and like most other things sui generis it was destined to propagate the genus, if only after many days.
  • CCU CCU has 12 colleges: Agriculture, Arts, Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Environmental Design, Foreign Languages, Journalism and Mass Communications, Law, Liberal Arts, Science, and Social Sciences.
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  • KARO
  • disembarrassments
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