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  • aa 1849 : Lejeune Island and West Barrier Island : 10 : 3 : 2.7 : 3 : 0 40 28 W : - : East end of Island : 11 5 36 S : - : AA.
  • ba Laurence, who had now raised himself to a sitting posture, felt no doubt but that in these he beheld the two principal war-chiefs of the Ba-gcatya army.
  • ca Another version ends as follows:- When the monkeys saw how they had been deceived, they were very much disappointed and began to plan how they could catch Ca Boo-Ug again.
  • da 142 Majano, Benedetto da, ii.
  • ea Allatu may curse as she pleases; the order of Ea must be obeyed.
  • ear Maisanguaq, his head bent near so as to hear, now yelled into Ootah's ear.
  • eat "Yes'm, I can give you what I eat.
  • ec in ured' ru' di ments nine' ti eth ma tur' er ac' cu ra cy in ad vert' ence an' ec dotes e ner' vate in cor' po ra ted dig' ni fied in junc' tion pre var i ca' tion
  • ed New York, 1906; 2d ed.
  • em I've known lots of em in England, and generally liked em.
  • epa In 1983, the governors of Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania; the mayor of the District of Columbia; and the administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) signed The Chesapeake Bay Agreement of 1983.
  • er Er-I hoped you felt like-er-taking a walk or something.
  • era It is a peculiarity of some schools of eloquence that they embody and utter, not merely the individual genius and character of the speaker, but a national consciousness-a national era, a mood, a hope, a dread, a despair-in which you listen to the spoken history of the time.
  • es M. Im Gegentheil, es freut uns sehr, Sie zu sehen, alle beide.
  • eta Elmer and Socker, as well as Paul and Jerry, belonged to the Greek letter society, and the proposal to take Harry into the folds of the Pi Eta met with a vigorous opposition from the former pair.
  • eu Eu ka and; Dak ka and.
  • ga 23. Ke'-zhin-ga Little turtle Ponca.
  • ha Good lack-a-day, ha, ha, ha, Oh, strange!
  • ia In consequence of the ill-health of Dr. Young, he and Mr. Burns left Amoy, in August, 1854. Mr. Johnstone, in consequence of ill-health, left in May, 1855, before he was able to relieve us fully from the pastoral care of the church at Peh-chui-ia.
  • la 230: Bertin, " La Campagne de 1813," p.
  • lea They were sighted on Lamb Lea and lost in Charlton.
  • ma At that we missed Ma.
  • na Oo, but hur need na be feared, hur will no be a hair the war o't; for hurs wad na tak' the feesick that the leddie ordered hur yestreen.
  • pea It was of various colours, from light pea-green to brown and rich yellow.
  • ra 7. Nefer-ka- Ra, 70 years.
  • sea It's-it's not the sea, is it?
  • tea How do you take your tea, please?"
  • wa Ashita wa tenki ni nare.
  • yea Oh, listen for her voice, If it be yea or nay; And though temptation meet thee, Thou shalt not miss the way.
  • Eh "You did it, eh?
  • DEA Te dea, te fugiunt venti, te nubila coeli, Adventumque tuum; tibi suaveis daedala tellus Submittit flores; tibi rident aequora ponti; Placatumque nitet diffuso lumine coelum.
  • Eva Eva Mercer, over seventy five years of age, had a large family.
  • ET Sed omnia conscripta erant Cochleice et Fabriliter et Eccianice.
  • easy-going The usually pleasant and easy-going smith got up and left the room abruptly, while the two women stared at one another, half-laughing and half-weeping.

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