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Possible correct spellings for 201o
- co We will listen and lend you our best co-operation."
- go Why did she go away, Maurice?
- io You are Io who was once a fair and happy maiden in distant Argos; and now, because of the tyrant Jupiter and his jealous queen, you are doomed to wander from land to land in that unhuman form.
- ko As it shot from the bank, the entire assembly of Indians on shore shouted, "Farewell, Ta-lah-lo-ko!"
- mo Wilder, dated St. Joseph, Mo.
- ob An' soon as he git' offen de log, de log uprise, an' li'l' black Mose he see' dat dat log am de king ob all de ghostes.
- oh Oh, he must not!
- Jo They parted, Jo to remain behind as they had agreed, to be near Rosalie if needed; Charley to return to the valley of the Chaudiere.
- Lo I pull off the papers, wondering what the passers-by have thought, and lo!
- O's Then Sasa bore a hand and spoke beautifully of Rosalie, and how this unfortunate business of O's head had divided her from Silver Tongue.
- Oe Mai hookuu oe ia makou i ka hoowalewaleia mai; e hoopakele no nae ia makou i ka ino; no ka mea, nou ke Aupuni, a me ka mana, a me ka hoonaniia, a mau soa aku. Amene.
- Of 209, 216, 299 Colman, bishop of Lindisfarne, i.
- DO Oh, always-we all do!
- OI They thought oi was a tough gussoon, and whin they played agin, They put me in the scrimmage-we got thorty-foive to tin.
- BO " Bo-tom," repeated the old negro.
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