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Possible correct spellings for ei

  • Gi
  • Gi, dover publications, inc., 31 east 2nd st. mineola, n. y. 11501.

  • Ea(Definition of ea)
  • By ea, the lord of everything, be ye foresworn.

  • Wi
  • "and ride on, ride on, proud margaret! till the water comes o'er your bree; for the bride maun ride deep, and deeper yet, wha rides this ford wi' me.

  • Ri
  • Clann might mean the whole irish nation, or an intermediate homogeneous group of fines having for wider purposes a flaith or ri-tuatha king of one tuath, elected by the flaiths and flaithfines, subject to elaborate qualifications as to person, character, and training, which limited their choice, and provided with a larger portion of free land.

  • Lei
  • Vuol che l' ami costei; ma duro freno mi pone ancor d' aspro silenzio; or quale avro da lei, se non conosce il male o medecina, o refrigerio almeno?

  • En(Definition of en)
  • Finally success crowned his efforts, and the treaty of st. germain-en-laye gave back to france the young settlement.

  • Bi(Definition of bi)
  • A-my had her bi-cy-cle with her, and went off on it to see grand-ma's neigh-bors and do any lit-tle er-rands that were re-quired.

  • Ii
  • 7, 10, 13, 23, 30, 32, 73, 153, 341, 351-354, 369-371, 424-426, 443-444, 465, 468, 473-475; ii.

  • Eu(Definition of eu)
  • Eu kam; teut him bend, curve, arch; dak s-hmi, y-kmi curve; s hmi-hma, y kmikma round.

  • Ec(Definition of ec)
  • France: 28 september 1958, amended concerning election of president in 1962, amended to comply with provisions of ec maastricht treaty in 1992; amended to tighten immigration laws 1993

  • Ed(Definition of ed)
  • The earliest known copy of "the praise of the blacksmith" is in "an antidote against melancholy," 1661. see "roxburghe ballads," ed.

  • Easy-Going
  • Sometimes they would pass through the street of a town, and have a fresh opportunity of contrasting the lazy and easy-going life of italy with the busy, energetic, restless, and stirring life of their own far-distant america.

  • Ti(Definition of ti)
  • Such a beau-ti-ful girl!

  • Ex(Definition of ex)
  • It is quite possible that the people of the neighborhood imagined that the ex-king was in greater fear of molestation from his former royal brethren than was really the case.

  • Xi(Definition of xi)
  • Here as in romans xi.

  • Pei(Definition of pei)
  • Thomas jefferson medal in architecture – maya lin international union of architects uia gold medal – álvaro siza vieira aia twenty-five year award – john hancock tower designed by pei cobb freed & partners uia gold medal – álvaro siza vieira vincent scully prize – william k.

  • Oi
  • -jo oi dire a mon pere, bien m'en sovint, mais varlet ere;

  • Li(Definition of li)
  • But there was a wise man in south car-o-li-na.

  • Wei
  • Hard was hjra steme and kret hju ut grimme sa run ek flux wei.

  • Ni
  • On the heels of these despatches came a long letter from the people of tunip, complaining of the conduct of aziru, and protesting against his doing to them what he had done to the city of ni.

  • Eh(Definition of Eh)
  • That was sassoon with you, eh?

  • Ie
  • Some bypass taps support multiple modes and can be used throughout the networks lifetime, ie: aggregation, regeneration/span, breakout/normal.

  • Ci
  • I am told his name is de la roche, a ci-devant chevalier de st. louis, whose property was sold in 1793 as belonging to an emigrant, though at the time he was shut up here as a prisoner, suspected of aristocracy.

  • Ai(Definition of ai)
  • We're quarrelling, the villages, we've beaten the wooden drum's, sa femisai o nu'u, sa taia o pate, is expounded there by the justice, ua atuatuvale a le faamasino e, the chief justice, the terrified justice, le faamasino sili, le faamasino se, is on the point of running away the justice, o le a solasola le faamasino e, the justice denied any influence, the terrified justice, o le faamasino le ai a, le faamasino se, o le a solasola le faamasino e.

  • Hi(Definition of hi)
  • The malay was passing out when john called out to him, "hi, there, vijal!"

  • Es
  • "ye-es," admitted the other, but with a little blush.

  • Eli
  • Eli, where are you going?

  • Em(Definition of em)
  • It's no use my pretendin, sir: i can't bear em.

  • Er(Definition of er)
  • "yes, i guess i was in the next room that day, too-er-dustin', probably.

  • Vi
  • I've dug all over, and we can't find any; can we, vi?

  • Mi(Definition of mi)
  • If there was some one else-a woman in your rooms from two o'clock at night until daylight-you should know better who it was, i imagine, than either hector or madame mi-mi!

  • Si(Definition of si)
  • Ah si mademoiselle le veut-!

  • Et
  • Below, the inscription runs: "augustus, dei gratia dux saxionae et elector.

  • Pi(Definition of pi)
  • Pi hsi, governor of chung-mou in chin for the family of chao; xvii.

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