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Possible correct spellings for a100

  • Au(Definition of au)
  • Leaving his mother to settle his affairs in scotland, to which she was much more au fait than himself, he hastened to beech park to claim mary's promised hand.

  • Ag
  • ~stephanite~, ag{5}s{4}sb, ag . 68.5, sb . 15.3, s . 16.2.

  • Unamazing
  • Aa(Definition of aa)
  • Mailing address: p. o. box 62291, caracas 1060-a; apo aa 34037

  • Ba(Definition of ba)
  • They are indeed men picked for their desperate courage, and now, standing back to back, they begin to render the victory of the ba-gcatya a dearly bought one indeed.

  • Af
  • The fourteenth air force (14 af; air forces strategic) is a numbered air force of the united states air force space command (afspc).

  • Ax(Definition of ax)
  • I shouted and struck my kettle with the ax.

  • An(Definition of an)
  • "that was an afterthought.

  • Da
  • 126 note antonio da venafro, ii.

  • Ap
  • But within ten or a dozen years i have seen this very same comparison going the round of the papers, and credited to a welsh poet, david ap gwyllym, or something like that, by name.

  • At(Definition of at)
  • "w-w-wh-where 'm i a-at?

  • Ha(Definition of ha)
  • Ha, ha, a poet carrying a hunchback!

  • Ar(Definition of ar)
  • Right yender; that ar brick house with the tall steeple.

  • Ia
  • Mau ia poai ia o ke kai uli.

  • Av
  • Fer the love av hivin git him!

  • Az(Definition of az)
  • They use the same dialekt az the sheep, and the yung ones speak the language more fluently than the parients do.

  • Aw
  • "aw, shut up, sadness," said thomas.

  • Ak
  • As twist and tvyspalt afternei inna hushaldne glupte and ther-vr klachta kemon, tha havon hja seid, ja-hweder man is thene feder fon sin hushalden, thervmbe skil-er ther ak bas and rjuchter ovir wesa.

  • Al(Definition of al)
  • His liveliness was infectious; they all set to work with a will, and in a few moments a crackling wood-fire blazed cheerily on the ground, and the gipsy preparations for the al fresco supper went on apace amid peals of laughter.

  • Ga(Definition of ga)
  • Davis was captured by the detachment of the first wisconsin and the second michigan and brought to atlanta, ga.

  • Ac(Definition of ac)
  • [57] de duplici copia verborum ac rerum commentarii duo, paris, badius, 1512.

  • Ah(Definition of Ah)
  • Ah, mr. laycock-i heard your faithful hands."

  • Ai(Definition of ai)
  • Then the whitehorned of ai visited his wrath upon the brown bull of cualnge for the evil of his ways and his doings, and he drave a horn into his side and visited his angry rage upon him.

  • S(Definition of S)
  • S.w. from clermont, 311 m.

  • Ca(Definition of ca)
  • The chief monkey sat upon the cocoanut shell, while he was planning with his companions how they should catch ca boo-ug, but of course he did not know where he was, so he called out: where's ca boo-ug?

  • Ab(Definition of ab)
  • And considering that these blessings will descend to the 'nati natorum, et qui nascentur ab illis,' we shall in the long run have rendered them perhaps more good than evil.

  • As(Definition of as)
  • All shall be as you have spoken."

  • Am(Definition of AM)
  • Where i am going it does not matter to you.

  • La(Definition of la)
  • "madame la comtesse does not believe that.

  • Ea(Definition of ea)
  • From this idea, too, he became their messenger in general, especially of bel-merodach, the younger bel, whose requests he carried to the god ea in the deep.

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