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Possible correct spellings for a2

  • Au(Definition of au)
  • 164. 7. au fait: french for familiar, expert.

  • Ag
  • International organization participation: ag, eclac, fao, g-11, g-77, iadb, iaea, ibrd, icao, icrm, ida, ifad, ifc, ifrcs, ilo, imf, imo, intelsat, interpol, ioc, iom, itu, laes, laia, nam, oas, opanal, pca, rg, un, unctad, unesco, unido, upu, wcl, wftu, who, wipo, wmo, wtoo, wtro

  • Unamazing
  • Aa(Definition of aa)
  • A (vincennes) 1753 b (ditto) 1754 c (ditto) 1755 d 1756 e 1757 f 1758 g 1759 h 1760 i 1761 j 1762 k 1763 l 1764 m 1765 n 1766 o 1767 p 1768 q [1]1769 r 1770 s 1771 t 1772 u 1773 v 1774 x 1775 y 1776 z 1777 aa 1778 bb 1779 cc 1780 dd 1781 ee 1782 ff 1783 gg 1784 hh 1785 ii 1786 jj 1787 kk 1788 ll 1789 mm 1790 nn 1791 oo 1792 pp 1793 qq 1794 rr 1795

  • Ba(Definition of ba)
  • And in that moment laurence, ever observant, was not slow to perceive, both in the looks and tones of the party, quite enough to confirm all that hazon had said as to the terror inspired by the very name of the redoubtable ba-gcatya.

  • Af
  • By means of this duty, they say, the conditions af production will be equalized; and the chamber, giving effect, as it always does, to such reasoning, inserts in the tariff a duty of elevenpence upon every foreign orange.

  • Ax(Definition of ax)
  • They borrowed an ax to chop it.

  • An(Definition of an)
  • I am only an unhappy old woman.

  • Da
  • An' da let me come, an' it tuck all night to come seven miles up de river.

  • Ap
  • Ap morgan, ap griffith, ap hugh, ap tudor, ap rice, quoth his roundelay.

  • At(Definition of at)
  • 312 uxbridge, negotiations at, vi.

  • Ha(Definition of ha)
  • "ay, i'll tell you something of 'em," said hazel-a big broad-shouldered farmer, who plucked his pipe out of his mouth with sudden energy-"they're a brace o' good ones, to be sure, ha, ha!

  • Ar(Definition of ar)
  • They brake and despyse this dyuyne sacrament alas the lawe that julius dyd ordeyne agaynst auoutry: is nowe a slepe or dede none feryth iustyce punysshement nor payne both man and woman ar past all fere and drede theyr promes brekynge, without respect or hede had to theyr othe, by mariage solemnysed the bed defylyd.

  • Ia
  • A. l. goodrich, 8 n. y. c. w. dusbrow, 40 n. y. a. duzenburgh, 35 n. y. e. b. doane, 8 ia.

  • Av
  • "we're on the dump now, scotty, an' we won't be long, me bhoy, till we see the lights av swipey's saloon.

  • Az(Definition of az)
  • Cunning haz alwus passed for wisdum, and will continue on to do so, az long az phools last, and phools will last az long az enny boddy else duz, and sustane their reputashun.

  • Aw
  • "aw, now, what're friends fer but to go to?...

  • Ak
  • 4. send ther wedvon and weson kemon, sa mot man hja ak vnderhalda and tha svna muegon thi nama hjarar tata vpp-ira skildum writa hjara slachtha to erane.

  • Al(Definition of al)
  • Mr. lane in his translation of the thousand and one nights gives a very interesting narrative which he believes to be founded on an historical fact in which haroun al raschid plays the part of the good duke of burgundy, and abu-l-hasan the original of christopher sly.

  • Ga(Definition of ga)
  • After remaining here three days, we took up our line of march for columbus, ga.

  • Ac(Definition of ac)
  • Eminentissimi ac reverendissimi patres s. consilii christiano nom. propag.

  • Ah(Definition of Ah)
  • Ah, you haven't looked at them, and that is why you took it so-so- leonarda.

  • Ai(Definition of ai)
  • Saint joseph, que vous ai-je fait?

  • S(Definition of S)
  • S., to sampeyre, 3205 ft.

  • Ca(Definition of ca)
  • "all right," said ca boo-ug; "which half will you take?"

  • Ab(Definition of ab)
  • For instance, allowing that every man had, ab origine, a certain portion of ground, he who was the strongest or the cleverest would soon cause his to yield more than others would, and thus the equality be destroyed.

  • As(Definition of as)
  • Not as i know by.

  • Am(Definition of AM)
  • How thankful i am to have remembered it in time."

  • La(Definition of la)
  • Probably this lord monckton was a la-de-dah chap.

  • Ea(Definition of ea)
  • In ascending aetna the following question was proposed: explaina potius nobis quae petimus, ea incendia unde oriantur et orta quomodo perdurent.

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