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  • co For dyemaking she has established a systematic co-operation among state, education and trade.
  • io No nothing so; an old, false knave he is, By Argus got on Io, then a cow: What time for her, Juno her Jove did miss, And charge of her to Argus did allow.
  • ko Mr. Ko, being an old bachelor, there were only men about the house.
  • mo One day he found some ants eating mo-las-ses out of a little jar in a closet.
  • so
  • ta
  • tao
  • te
  • tho
  • ti
  • tko
  • tod
  • toe
  • tog
  • tom
  • ton
  • too
  • top
  • tor
  • tot
  • tow
  • toy
  • two
  • Jo Oh, Uncle Jo, did they teach you how to flatter like that in the little old schoolhouse you showed me years ago at The Corners?
  • T
  • PTO
  • Ty
  • Ot I had ridden all day through an endless vista ot ghostly grey gums and ironbarks, when I came in sight of the long wavering line of vivid green foliage which showed me that I had reached my destination-a roughly-built slab hut with a roof of corrugated iron.
  • Tu
  • TD
  • DO I have nothing to do or to think of.
  • YO
  • BO Though he had spent his money only too freely when away, his sisters had sometimes said that he could not say "bo to a goose" at home.
  • ITO As the tail lights of the 4th and 5th Divisions of the flotilla vanished in the darkness on our port quarter, the Asashio's signal lantern began winking again, and Ito read off and translated the message to me:

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