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Correct spellings for LEIBE
- elbe This is not so universally admitted; nevertheless, it is difficult to say who the Chauci were if they were not Frisians, or why we find Frisians to the north of the Elbe, unless the population was at one time continuous.
- gibe The colour sprang to her face at the gibe.
- hebe A perfect child of nature, full of fun, beautiful as a Hebe, and possessing the kindest heart in the world.
- jibe I expected a jibe at my beard, but evidently I struck him too sorry an object for mirth.
- lab He's in the lab downstairs."
- lb Paide for 11 lb.
- lee We pitched camp on a floeberg of unusual height; about us were many big hummocks, and to the lee of these banks of hardened snow.
- lei As in the case of sacrifices to Ka lei Raj, the services of a priestess are indispensable.
- leigh Thus far Mr. Leigh.
- libby These last few words saved me a trip to Libby Prison.
- libel 65; of Libel, viii.
- lie That was a lie.
- liege "May I find grace, my sovereign liege, Grace for my loyal men and me?
- life Why, me, the 'ard life I've 'ad-.
- like What was it like?
- lime But stone-fruits require lime.
- line 9769. Do you sometimes take a line from her?
- lite Now, Zenas was a terribul feller to smoke, and allers carried his pockets full of lusifer matches to lite his pipe with.
- live 8680. Where do you live?
- lob I dare-say I haven't caught all the nuances-heeka lob peeka, as the Flimbotzik themselves say-but they are a very simple people and probably they don't have-" "Are we going to keep them waiting," Iversen asked, "while we discuss nuances?
- lobe There was a painful flourish of the rapier, and a gentle stab on the lobe of Mr. Leo's large right ear.
- lubber She had cruised upon the station about three months; and, during that time, as the seamen said-"not a lubber of the enemy had dared to show his face-there was no life going at all;" and they were becoming impatient for a friendly set-to with their brother Jonathan.
- Lib Bale further enumerates in his list of Barclay's works "Contra Skeltonum, Lib.
- Lice Lice and mites work practically unseen, but they are the source of heavy loss, both directly and indirectly.
- Lire She took out her purse and showed the man a fifty-lire bill.