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  • Int
  • Armenian hk, melkonian a, noji ek, hovanesian ap: deaths and injuries due to the earthquake in armenia: a cohort approach, int j epidemiol, 26(4):806-13,1997.

  • En(Definition of en)
  • You will receive by him orders to proceed to spithead; but i shall be very glad to see you here en route, and i will inform lady saumarez by to-morrow's post of your probable approach.

  • Ie
  • Net webbrowser object to control whatever version of ie is installed on the machine.

  • Yin(Definition of Yin)
  • Guan yin, who had released him, gave the monk a golden circlet.

  • Ir(Definition of ir)
  • In, also, has a negative meaning; it often becomes im, il, ir, or ig, for the sake of sound.

  • Inc
  • Metropolitan baseball club, inc. see new york metropolitan baseball club, inc.

  • An(Definition of an)
  • In an hour from now you will see my face no more."

  • Gin(Definition of gin)
  • "you needn't look like that, samantha; i can tell you i hain't gin up religion or thought on't.

  • In(Definition of in)
  • Mr. heath's in the studio?"

  • Bin(Definition of bin)
  • You bin in the mountains a good while.

  • Ink(Definition of ink)
  • In that moment the poet died in thomas; i mean, the poet who had to dig his expressions of life out of ink-pots.

  • Io(Definition of io)
  • Sightless though she was, as io knew, for anything not close before her eyes, she came to him, as inevitably, as unerringly as steel to the magnet, and was folded in his arms.

  • N(Definition of N)
  • Bidez, joseph, 213 n.

  • Ing
  • J. t. lazyland three travellers wandered along the strand, each with a staff in his feeble hand; and they chanted low: we are go-o-o- ing slow-o-ow- ly to lazyland.

  • Ina
  • Then he added: "you always think of that, an-ina.

  • Sin(Definition of sin)
  • Dear prince, you are looking at me as if i had committed the unpardonable sin!"

  • Min(Definition of min)
  • 2. i e -i formed abstracts and nouns of agency; i e ar go; min ari, way, track, trail.

  • Ian
  • "i don't like your holding the czar's commission, ian-somehow i don't like it!

  • Un(Definition of un)
  • Remember that, young un.

  • Din(Definition of din)
  • I waited on the spot till the evening closed, when i could hear, though no longer distinguish, the birds fighting for their perches, and on firing a shot they rose with a noise like the 'rushing of a mighty wind,' but soon settled again, and such a din commenced as i shall never forget; the shrill screams of the birds, the fluttering of their innumerable wings, and the rustling of the leaves of the palm trees was almost deafening, and i was glad at last to escape to the government rest house."

  • Fin(Definition of fin)
  • Properly hooked, just under the after back fin, they survive fairly well and their silver wrigglings are hard for a pickerel to resist.

  • I'd(Definition of i'd)
  • "i'd made up my mind to go, day after to-morrow," he said.

  • Win(Definition of win)
  • I should win my case.

  • Pin(Definition of pin)
  • Always roll from you rather than to you, and press lightly on the rolling-pin, except at the last.

  • Lin(Definition of lin)
  • The children came romping home from school, sister lizzie rolled on the floor as she caught sight of the boy and asked lin, between screams: "who dressed brother al up like that?"

  • Inf
  • Colonel s. ovenshine, 23rd u. s. inf., is appointed deputy provost-marshal for the districts of the city, including ermita and malate, outside of the walled town and south of the pasig river, and will report to general macarthur.

  • Ind
  • J. j. mcgrath, st. louis, mo. j. g. haskel, topeka, kan. j. f. alexander, lafayette, ind. george w. rapp, cincinnati, o. j. j. kane, fort worth, texas.

  • On(Definition of on)
  • Come on, in with you, ralph."

  • Ni
  • The boy turned the leaves of the old instruction book obediently, and then began to read in a sing-song, monotonous tone:- "'one of pag-pag'"- "pag-a-ni-ni's."

  • Ia
  • She turned round, and saw maria looking at her also, watching her and graham perhaps.

  • Kin(Definition of kin)
  • She's going to own 'ee as kin-that's the meaning o't."

  • Ion(Definition of ion)
  • "it is very likely we shall find nothing but ruins on all our plantations-viamede, the oaks, ion, and roselands," remarked mr. dinsmore, pacing to and fro with an anxious and disturbed countenance.

  • Inn(Definition of inn)
  • I will put up at the inn.

  • Tin(Definition of tin)
  • Stand your cases or molds on the bottom of the tin kettle, which is packed in salt and ice.

  • Ins(Definition of INS)
  • So, comparatively few people are really familiar with star ships and the ins and outs of paraspace.

  • Ii
  • Benfey, in an elaborate dissertation, first communicated to "ausland" in 1859, but now included in his kleinere schriften, ii.

  • I'm(Definition of I'm)
  • I'm sorry, my boy.

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