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  • don Don't think that I expected to have everything just as I wanted it.
  • eon The Syrians, Cretans, and Canaanites, went farther, and made a combination of the terms Ab-El-Eon, Pater Summus Sol, or Pater Deus Sol; hence they formed Abellon, and Abelion before mentioned.
  • ion The first hundred and thirty miles of the road pass through Benton and Linn Counties, which together produce about one half, and, with the adjoining counties of Polk and Marion on the north and the county of Lane on the south, fully three quarters of the wheat-crop of Oregon.
  • mon 131. 3091 Cumont, Mon.
  • nan What she did not know was that he was trying to make himself believe that that was Nan who was sitting there.
  • neon More light is cast by the street lamp, the pale glow of fireflies and neon signs winking-drinking waves like the fisherman's cork.
  • nob When he've got a drop in his nob, it's always for singin' he is-an' that's the worst of him.
  • nod Sally, for response, looks a little short nod at the doctor, instead of words.
  • nona Therefore my advice to you is-Avoid Foligno; fortify Nona.
  • none But Fenwick would have none of this.
  • noon "'Tell me about that baby,' she says to me one noon.
  • not She did not see him.
  • noun The prefix a is difficult and probably the noun augment, see Sum.
  • nov 5348. When you settle in November or December, have you generally a balance of cash to receive?
  • now 6900. Whom do you fish for now?
  • nun "Dear child," said the nun, "do not look like that.
  • on Yes, quite right-go on....
  • ron By all means do what you think is right, Ron.
  • son Mr. Gordon's something more to me than just your son.
  • ton Mr. Marton was kind, considerate, and a perfect type of true sympathy with the child.
  • won He won't speak to me.
  • yon "The very persons who met at the Jesuit's vault down the river," he thought to himself, "when they all fancied themselves so secure and unobserved; as did yon mad priest deem himself hidden from the searching eye of the Minister: yet, forsooth, he made a capital bait to catch others.
  • Non "I have no one, who would feel anxious at my non-appearance," said the lady, and blushed slightly; "I live so very retired!"
  • Nor Nor you, Mr. Bilkington?
  • Jon As he fled, Jon Karyl cursed softly under his breath.
  • Lon Lon Chambers was on guard.
  • Noe A guard of honor awaited their Majesties, ranged around this rural monument, at their head an old marshal of the camp, M. de Noe, more than eighty years of age.
  • NOS N.B.-Of these Exhibitions, Nos.
  • HON First, either to prove that the report of the trial of Mrs. Elizabeth Packard, held before the Hon.
  • ANON No, there was another cause for her manifest depression, a cause not disconnected with Philip, toward whom her eyes ever and anon stole with an uneasy appeal which her mother would have been troubled to see.
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