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  • ab Start not, reader, I am not going to trouble you with a poetical dissertation; no, no; I know my duty too well to introduce anything of the kind; but I, who imagine I know several things, and amongst others the workings of your mind at this moment, have an idea that you are anxious to learn a little, a very little, more about Ab Gwilym than I have hitherto told you, the two or three words that I have dropped having awakened within you a languid kind of curiosity.
  • ba Nothing short of a miracle could effect that, he told himself, remembering the immense tract of desolate country surrounding the fastnesses of the Ba-gcatya, and the ferocious cannibal hordes which lay beyond these, and who indeed would wreak a vengeance of the most barbarous kind upon their old enemy and scourge, the slaver-chief, did they find him alone, and to that extent no longer formidable, in their midst.
  • bb bb. Leaves usually rough both sides, with petioles hairy; bark of trunk dark red-brown, shallowly fissured into large, loose plates; inner bark mucilaginous.
  • be It could not be his.
  • bi This is a climbing species with bi-ternately divided leaves, and large flowers with four blue sepals and ten to twelve small flattened organs, which are usually termed petals.
  • bk Bk Canadian Highland corps, 180. Glenie, James.
  • bm
  • br
  • bs
  • by
  • db
  • gb
  • kb
  • lb
  • mb
  • ob
  • pb
  • rb
  • sb
  • yb
  • B 1862 R. Shepherd, W. B. Woodgate, Brasenose.
  • N
  • V
  • BF First release: Philips UK single BF 1313 (B-side of "Stay Awhile"), 7 February 1964 "Every Day I Have to Cry" (Arthur Alexander) – 2:29 First release: Philips UK EP I Only Want to Be With You, BE 12560, 6 March 1964 Bonus tracks 1999 reissue "Baby Dont You Know" (Buddy Kaye, Bea Verdi) – 2:52 First release: Philips UK single BF 1418 (B-side of "In The Middle of Nowhere"), 11 June 1965 "Standing in the Need of Love" (Traditional) – 2:32 Originally unissued.
  • BL 428; 4 Bl. 240. The circumstances, which in these statutes characterize the offence, seem to have been occasional and unsystematical.
  • BP
  • CB
  • VB
  • BC If r is the radius, AD and 2a the breadth BC, and 2b the length of the chord DF-
  • BO
  • BU
  • BX
  • QB

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