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  • kw
  • nw
  • sw
  • wa Johm duh ga gga i wah jwoh Yeah yeah woo ri eh geh seh loh woon seh sahng da ga wa yo Geu deh neh soh neul jah bah da sin no chi jin ahn ah I jen nah hohn jah lah goh neu gguh ji geh ha ji mah yo – Rock With You (Korean Version) by boa
  • wi
  • wu In his lab, that resemble you, and what it meant to Wu Us forming like a family, you just blew – Life Changes by wu-tang clan
  • wv
  • wy
  • B He was some boogie woogie bugle boy of company B. And when he played his boogie woogie bugle he was busy as a busy bee. And when he played he made the company jump eight to the bar. – Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (of Company B) by Unknown Author
  • C K.C. Regular date, we don?t have a regular date We had one date, at which you completely humiliated me – Twenty Million People by Unknown Author
  • D Gentle Reader, that here the discarding the d, Is a fault which you must not attribute to me; – Bagman's Dog, The : Mr. Peters's Story by Richard Harris Barham
  • G I can't seem to stop C.R.Y.I.N.G People look and me and think, "There she goes the missing link" She's been U.N.C.O.U.P.L.E.D – U.N.C.O.U.P.L.E.D. by Unknown Author
  • H
  • We "What do you think we did?
  • J Keep up, J.W., you are doing fine!
  • K "I could train him," said Mark.
  • L Sarrazin, 1885, note on l.
  • M "It is M. Lemage.
  • N An' as for you, d-n you, get out of this house, an' get out quick, or I'll call the police myself!
  • P I shouldn't do for a G.P.'s wife, thank you, Jeremiah!
  • Q I'm Lord Quorn with a million of money; but because Lord Q. is known to have next to nothing a year, nobody looks at me.
  • R R. And he will teach us of his ways, and we will walk in his paths.
  • S It was night ere they returned with the intelligence that they had found his track ten miles off to the S. W. when darkness prevented them from following it further.
  • T 8640. You are a son of Mr. T.M. Adie, who has been already examined?
  • U But I was born in the U.S. And if it suits me I will be for America.
  • V 7838. You are in the course of making up, at my request, a return from ledger D and ledger V, which are books containing the ledger accounts of the individual fishermen employed at Hillswick?
  • W Right: Mr. W. W. Braker, Muncy, Pennsylvania.
  • X 32. Mrs. X. wants a picture of her children painted very badly.
  • Z 216, M. Z. Le Rouzic, keeper of the Miln Museum at Carnac, says that there is now among his Breton countrymen round Carnac a general and profound belief that spirits incarnate as men and women; and he has told me that this belief exists also in other regions of the Morbihan.
  • CW
  • MW
  • PW
  • AW
  • F
  • WP
  • WM
  • WK
  • WT
  • WW
  • OW
  • aberrating
  • easy-going
  • acculturing
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