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  • be We are to be Oratorians.
  • ce One chaunted: Je n'ai pas connu mon pere Ce respectable vieillard.
  • de "No more," De Bergillac answered.
  • fe For exercise in printing, and to make sure of these letters and sounds, I told them to write ma, pa, ba, fa, va, always keeping the Italian sounds of the vowel; also, me, pe, be, fe, ve; mi, pi, bi, fi, vi; mo, po, bo, fo, vo; and mu, pu, bu, fu, vu.
  • ge Ge. Perhaps to me she will: speak, gentle dame; What daunger great hath driuen ye to this place?
  • ha Ha, ha, ha, by heav'n, it's true: I have undertaken to break the match; I have undertaken to make your uncle disinherit you; to get you turned out of doors; and to-ha, ha, ha, I can't tell you for laughing.
  • he Is he at all like his mother?
  • hem The effect of cutting off the hair or the hem of the garment of a person by a nongshohnoh, to offer up to the thlen, is disastrous to the unfortunate victim, who soon falls ill, and gradually wastes away and dies.
  • hen The hen vanished into the thicket.
  • hep
  • hew
  • hex
  • hf
  • hg
  • hi
  • hie
  • hm
  • hq
  • hr
  • hue
  • hz
  • le
  • me
  • Eh And then where will you be, eh?
  • H "Oh-h, that's what's the matter with you!
  • Her
  • Hey
  • She
  • The
  • HS
  • HT
  • HES
  • HEB From the decayed state of this place of worship, and for the safety of those persons who assemble therein, at the recommendation of several architects, a new wall has been erected, and the building generally having undergone a thorough repair, with 200 additional sittings, and baptistry, &c. was re-opened for the worship of God, on Thursday, November 27, 1834, when three sermons were preached; that in the morning by the Rev. Dr. Andrews, of Walworth, from Heb. ix. 12; that in the afternoon, by the Rev. Thomas Shirley, of Seven Oaks; and that in the evening, by the Rev. J. H. Evans, A. M., of John-street chapel, Bedford-row, when upwards of thirty pounds were collected.
  • ie
  • unnotable
  • unnoteworthy
  • easy-going To begin with, the parents had been difficult, as good parents usually are when youth begins to chafe at restriction, especially if youth happens to belong to the weaker but no longer the less adventurous sex. The Streets were easy-going people who liked to live by the way. They were not ambitious and they were not adventurous and they hated letting go of their children.

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