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  • bed "You ought to be in bed.
  • cd The World Factbook is first produced on CD- ROM.
  • dd dd. Thorns unbranched on twigs, situated at the nodes; lateral buds not superposed, not covered by bark; fruit a small pome.
  • de 15. 60; De Senec.
  • ec note: amended concerning election of president in 1962; amended to comply with provisions of 1992 EC Maastricht Treaty, 1997 Amsterdam Treaty, 2003 Treaty of Nice; amended to tighten immigration laws in 1993; amended in 2000 to change the seven-year presidential term to a five-year term; amended in 2005 to make the EU constitutional treaty compatible with the Constitution of France and to ensure that the decision to ratify EU accession treaties would be made by referendum
  • ed 301; quoted in Bede's works, ed.
  • edp Also known by its English title Control, Optimisation and Calculus of Variations (COCV), it is a journal published by EDP Sciences on behalf of Société de Mathématiques Appliquées et Industrielles (SMAI) that specializes in articles on control theory, optimization, optimal control and calculus of variations.
  • em Come under covers with Aunty Em?"
  • end That was an end in itself.
  • er "Why, yes-that is-er-ingenuity," admitted Henkel.
  • es "Ye-es," returned Edna a little doubtful if this would have the proper effect.
  • fed That was a very busy evening, for the wagon was to be unpacked; all of them were hungry, while the stock was to be fed, and the milking done.
  • i'd I'd have been a murderer.
  • led He came to fetch her, as it were, and led her along the road.
  • med The life of a Med Ship man is not exactly a sinecure, at best.
  • qed A degree of polarization of about 16% was measured and was claimed to be "large enough to support the presence of vacuum birefringence, as predicted by QED".
  • red Mr. Carrollton passed here twenty minutes or more ago, looking mighty sober, and here you are with your face as red-What has happened?
  • ted The young gentleman called Ted did not look, judging from the expression of his shoulders, as if he were having a very good time.
  • wed
  • zed
  • D 7 4 0 d ...
  • Ged "Der gread question, Laadham," he observed at last, gravely, "iss vere does Vynne ged dem."
  • EDS Grace was quite unaware of her own unpopularity among her class co-eds, although she thought it was very hard to get acquainted with them.
  • ETD Chi et al presented pNovo+ in 2013 as a new de novo peptide sequencing tool by using complementary HCD and ETD tandem mass spectra.
  • Jed Uncle Jed looked a trifle embarrassed.
  • Ned "Mr. Ned, I am persuaded," she wrote to Morris, "that if a Spanish fleet break, the Prince of Parma's enterprise for England will fall to the ground, and then are you to look to Ostend.
  • RD London-Barker, Fred., 41 Gunterstone Rd., W., 1882.
  • EDT Shortly before 7:00 AM, EDT, a four alarm fire severely damaged a three-story beach house on a waterfront lot on Scotland Street in Ocean Isle Beach, a town in Brunswick County, North Carolina, United States.
  • ET "'Catalogue des monnaies grecques et romaines,'" read the gentleman.
  • he'd "Yes, he'd been all along this country, I'm sure.
  • we'd
  • ID 2, 3. 3018 Id.
  • unamazing
  • easy-going He wanted to think, but mental effort had always been distasteful to his easy-going nature, and now the faculty of concentration had deserted him. It was also very cold out on the terrace, for the raw wind was driving a thin drizzle before it, and Tony was fond of warmth and light, so with a little shake of his shoulders he went back into the house, and sought inspiration in a stiff brandy-and- soda.

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