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  • day Ye'll be drooned some day.
  • hay "It's terrible," sighed Val, "about the hay and the stables.
  • jay I got to wondering if I wanted to marry a girl with a jay-bird heel like that, and I decided I didn't.
  • ma "Come on, ma lads.
  • mac One day he saw me at Mac Mac, and, taking pity on my condition, offered me work in the shop.
  • mad They no mad like the tivil at him.
  • mag 2151, Ordo sacerdotum Mag.
  • mam 1. form, Mam dirion, a tender mother.
  • man Well 'twasn't me, any'ow," replied the man.
  • many They go back some day, so many tollars, every day for work.
  • mao One of the Chinese generals with the besieged Emperor discovered that Mao-tun's wife, who was in command on one side of the city, was an extremely jealous woman; and he forthwith caused a number of wooden puppets, representing beautiful girls and worked by strings, to be exhibited on the wall overlooking the chieftain's camp.
  • map Peary, coming later, put on his map the name Cape Thomas Hubbard, for one who had put easy money in his hands.
  • mar "It's Billy thunderin' at Marget Hurll's doore," Jamie said.
  • mary This makes Mary care little for the change.
  • mat Smith looked critically at the girl who sat on a mat beside him.
  • maui Maui hoped to catch him there.
  • maw The Juice will Quickly make you Sick If once you get your Maw Full.
  • may He may do anything.
  • maya Holy men and saints are sought about anxiously, but they were deceived by Maya.
  • mays "I was down in the Mays and they were actually running with the boats-they seemed quite keen on going up.
  • me Then come and tell me.
  • mi She led Mi, who set up for being a wit, by the nose.
  • mo Oliver had gone the same road as Mo.
  • mu We crossed the Mu into unknown country, following their tracks, and at last, being without guides, we camped that night in a little monastery in the forest.
  • nay I think-nay, I'm quite sure-that if you were to go away, everything would come right between these two people.
  • ray Love, that once in childhood had been so mere a necessity to me, that had long been a mere reflected ray from a departed sunset.
  • Amy Besides-do you see the time, Amy?
  • Fay The Honorable James D. Fay, and also other lawyers accompanied the Judge to Josephine court.
  • M G.M.T. Greenwich Mean Time.
  • My But we must tell my mother.
  • mayo Foreword by William J. Mayo.
  • Kay So it did in the evening, when I went after sunset down Kay Street to the termination.
  • Macy "Yes, do," urged Geraldine Macy, eagerly.
  • Mai "Flew off to Chaing Mai.
  • Mia "Jesu mia," she prayed, from the shelter of her arms, "help!
  • Mae So she taught Ollie Mae at home through the third grade.
  • Maj Many negroes were taken out of Williamsburgh; these were afterwards recovered by Maj.
  • MW
  • MAS "Nay, Kate, you are unfair-unjust," broke in Mas-singbred.
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