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  • Au(Definition of au)
  • Marks are eastern mount desert hill in the middle saddle of long island, and little spoon island in the great or center saddle of isle au haute.

  • Ag
  • International organization participation: afdb, ag (observer), asdb, australia group, bis, c, ccc, cdb (non-regional), ce, cern, ebrd, eca (associate), ece, eclac, eib, esa, escap, eu, fao, g- 5, g- 7, g-10, iadb, iaea, ibrd, icao, icc, icftu, icrm, ida, iea, ifad, ifc, ifrcs, iho, ilo, imf, imo, inmarsat, intelsat, interpol, ioc, iom (observer), iso, itu, mtcr, nacc, nato, nea, nsg, oecd, osce, pca, un, un security council, unavem iii, unctad, unficyp, unhcr, unido, unikom, unomig, unrwa, untaes, unu, upu, wcl, weu, who, wipo, wmo, wtro, zc

  • Unamazing
  • Aa(Definition of aa)
  • Diplomatic representation from the us: chief of mission: ambassador simon ferro embassy: avenida balboa and calle 38, apartado 6959, panama city 5 mailing address: american embassy panama, unit 0945, apo aa 34002

  • Ba(Definition of ba)
  • No, the existence of the ba-gcatya is not chronicled, simply because the explorer was fortunate enough not to fall in with them.

  • Af
  • The journal af the china branch of the royal asiatic society contains papers on all subjects relating to china.

  • Ax(Definition of ax)
  • I was there early with a hammer and ax and crowbar that i had secured, ready to go to work-but no one else showed up!"

  • An(Definition of an)
  • "a puzzle without an answer.

  • Da
  • From this portrait fra giovanni da fiesole copied the one which is in a picture in s. domenico, also at fiesole.

  • Ap
  • Socrates himself, according to alcibiades, ap.

  • At(Definition of at)
  • 201; at bec, i.

  • Ha(Definition of ha)
  • My wife did not know me for a long while, and wouldn't let me salute her-ha, ha!"

  • Ar(Definition of ar)
  • Unworthy ar to lyue here at large in this lyfe.

  • Ia
  • W. a. robinson, 77 ia.

  • Av
  • An' i'm not sure but there are two av thim," he said, jerking his thumb toward barney.

  • Az(Definition of az)
  • This iz spoken ov az so mutch ov a dekline in prices az tew shake the pup market tew its center.

  • Aw
  • He wur a bright, handsome chap, as won his way ivverywheer, an' had a koind word or a laugh fur aw.

  • Ak
  • Forth kethon hja, alrek fryasbern is frydom jeven, sin stem hera to letane bi fara ther bisloten warth bi t kjasa enre forste, men ast alsa wyd kvma machte that i jo wither ne kaning kjasa, sa wil ik ak min mene segse.

  • Al(Definition of al)
  • Would that the rule enforced at one of our older monasteries were applied: 'in the chafynghowys al brethren schal speke latyn or els keep silence.

  • Ga(Definition of ga)
  • The army under johnson occupied a strongly entrenched position at dalton, ga.

  • Ac(Definition of ac)
  • Ac. nat. sc. phil., new ser., vol. v, 1863, pp. 5-42.

  • Ah(Definition of Ah)
  • Ah, if all women were like her!

  • Ai(Definition of ai)
  • Sixpence for a man and tenpence for a horse; ai, ai, what a barin i have found.

  • S(Definition of S)
  • S. from annecy, and 14 m.

  • Ca(Definition of ca)
  • In like manner caballion, in gallia narbonensis, is a compound of ca-abelion, a well known deity, whose name is made up of titles of the sun.

  • Ab(Definition of ab)
  • By holy poker, i ab it-you go on shore and break your leg.

  • As(Definition of as)
  • No, no, it is better as it is.

  • Am(Definition of AM)
  • No matter who i am.

  • La(Definition of la)
  • 5200. inn: h. de la poste.

  • Ea(Definition of ea)
  • It is true that the first three kings of the dynasty, iluma-ilu, itti-ili-nibi, and damki-ilishu, and the last king of the dynasty, ea-gamil, bear semitic babylonian names, but there is evidence that at least one of these is merely a semitic rendering of a sumerian equivalent.

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