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  • Ir(Definition of ir)
  • In the ir spectra, the c-c vibration of alkynes, which occurs near 2300 cm−1, shifts upon complexation to around 1800 cm−1, indicating a weakening of the c-c bond.

  • Ii
  • 144, 454. brunswick, duke of, ii.

  • Li(Definition of li)
  • The american army had been beaten in south car-o-li-na.

  • Si(Definition of si)
  • 1. 8, 'numquam poetor nisi si podager'; hor.

  • Vi
  • Are rose and vi going to play?

  • Easy-Going
  • And, when he thought of his good old, easy-going father, kidnapped through his fault, he asked himself, with a pang, whether he was not mad to continue so unequal a contest.

  • If(Definition of If)
  • "as if you did not know that, without my telling you!

  • Gi
  • In addition to bile acids, bile acid sequestrants may also bind drugs in the gi tract, preventing their absorption into the bloodstream.

  • Ix(Definition of ix)
  • Tie: everything sacred is, 283. man the enemy of, 283. tieck: "der gestiefelte kater," 342. timon: 28. title of this book: ix f.

  • Hi(Definition of hi)
  • He drew a long breath, and exclaimed: "hi tunket!

  • Io(Definition of io)
  • Juno became jealous as usual, discovered the object of his affections, and surprised him in the company of io; a change soon took place in the appearance of the latter, when, through the {27} influence of the god, she assumed the form of a white heifer.

  • Old-Fashioned(Definition of old-fashioned)
  • The foreign chaps, my boy, all speak much better english than a majority of our brigadiers; and in order to give a system to our proceedings, it has been resolved, that each of us, in turn, shall relate an old-fashioned story relating to his own particular country; and that all shall take pains to contribute miscellaneous items for the general delectation of the club.

  • Ti(Definition of ti)
  • Tosh'-ka-hi u-ti a camp among the oaks.

  • U(Definition of U)
  • "u.s.a.," he concluded, with a sigh.

  • Ri
  • I caught a flash of bare ankle white as milk, the sheen of her hair, smooth like a raven's wing: and she was gone, with bibi-ri at her skirts.

  • It(Definition of It)
  • I wish i could outgrow it.

  • Ci
  • "attention, citizen brutus," he said; "there's an escort of the blues behind us; but it is i who bring you these female citizens; they'll pay like ci-devant princesses, therefore-" "therefore, we'll drink a glass of wine together presently, my lad," said the landlord.

  • Ie
  • If creating an mrna library (ie with cdna clones), there are several possible protocols for isolating full length mrna.

  • Id
  • Dissyllables are seldom compared if they terminate in full, less, ing, ous, ed, id, at, ent, ain, or ive.

  • Ni
  • Honradissimos son mis motivos, ni tengo proyecto ninguno, o de comercio, o de la soldadesca, no siendo yo, o comerciante, o oficial.

  • Ia
  • Puparium -ia: in diptera, the thickened larval skin within which the pupa is formed.

  • Mi(Definition of mi)
  • This is the copy of the contents of the silver tablet which the great king of the hittites, khata-sir, had caused to be made, and which was presented to the pharaoh by the hand of his ambassador tar-tisubu and his ambassador rames, to propose friendship to the king ramessu mi-amun, the bull among the princes, who places his boundary-marks where it pleases him in all lands.

  • Wi
  • "but then kim the thort o' the ole woman an' the empty house at hum, along wi' what she'd sayed about the britisher an' his big purse; and bein' freshly narved by these recolleckshuns, i swarmed up the vine like a squ'll.

  • In(Definition of in)
  • And he was in the garden."

  • Ai(Definition of ai)
  • 8:16 and all the people that were in ai were called together to pursue after them: and they pursued after joshua, and were drawn away from the city.

  • Il(Definition of il)
  • That is 'brother luke'; looks like one of il frate's wonderful heads, does he not?

  • Iv
  • "'tis th' way iv th' boss, jawn.

  • Bi(Definition of bi)
  • Upon the second or middle mesa are the towns of mi-shong-novi, shi-pauli-ovi and shong-o-pavi; and on the third mesa is o-rai-bi, which is the largest of the moqui villages, and equal to the other six in size and population.

  • Oi
  • Ho, ho! begorra! oi wisht that ye'd been there! ho, ho! begorra! the foight was on the square; ter see the wagon goin' off, wid thim two on the sate!- oi 'd loike ter shtroike, 'twixt dan and moilce, another j'int debate.

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