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  • don Don't you think that'll be fun?
  • eon Well, after a time I had an offer to go on the editorial staff of the Eon, through a friend who has influence with the management, and it was just then I was taken ill with this typhoid fever that has left me the wreck you see, he said, with a whimsically sad smile.
  • ion You don't really mind, do you, Aunt Marion?
  • mon About you, mon enfant?
  • nan Nan would no longer be that former Nan.
  • neon No one is faster than Neon.
  • nob The camp was formed under a red stony bluff, which received the name of "Cowderoy's Bluff," after one of the party; whilst a large round hill bearing E.N.E. from the camp was called "Barney's Nob."
  • nod With a brief nod he passed the group, and pressed on his way.
  • nona Don Quixote says, Take care not to do it, and remember the true history of the licentiate Torralba, who being mounted on a cane, with his eyes covered, was conveyed through the air by devils, and arrived at Rome in twelve hours, and descended on the tower of Nona, which is in a street of that city, where he saw the tumult, assault, and death of the Constable de Bourbon, and returned to Madrid before morning, where he gave an account of what he had seen.
  • none None wanted, thank you."
  • noon 17. Do you callate to get there before noon?
  • not 9781. But you do not often ask for cash?
  • noun In the way of logic, the difference between a noun and a verb is less marked than it is in the way of grammar.
  • nov Do you realise that we are not very far from November?
  • now And where is she now, Mr. Moore?"
  • nun And you think I should be a nun too?
  • on I was on his 'eels, clost."
  • ron I wonder where Ron can have got to?
  • son It's son and father.
  • ton "As good a set of fellows, Marton, as you'd wish to see," he said, turning to the schoolmaster when the boy was gone; "but I don't let 'em know I think so.
  • won "I have told my mother, and I believe that I have won her over.
  • yon Nothin' wrong down yon among the men, I hope?
  • Non Indeed, I am convinced that dear Gustave is surprised at my non-appearance, and that he is looking for me everywhere.
  • Nor Nor was this quite the last he was to see of those good friends.
  • Jon Eyes in the back of his head, Jon thought.
  • Lon Lon hadn't wanted to come and didn't want to stay now, but he simply couldn't move.
  • Noe After the first taste the boy "refused and would have noe more, and said it was nought."
  • NOS 15. Nos 70, 71, one vol.
  • HON "Let's see; you gave the Hon.
  • ANON Anon, she began to sing.
  • abecedaries
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