Correct spelling for A7

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Possible correct spellings for a7

  • aa It differs in no material points from the Dutch, being essentially the same, if we except slight differences in spelling, as ae for aa, ue for uu, y for ij. Both should bear but one common name, the Netherlandish.
  • ab Corpus autem ab ipso carnifice sine aliquo teste conscio ignobiliter est humatum.
  • ac Quae quum ita sint, necessarium investigare ac perpendere visum est, num memoratus Lov. doctor in editionibus logicae ac theodiceae, quas post diem 8 mens.
  • ag Now, you Greek mythology, says Ag, mind my words; you are to flap your arms and squeak 'Mah-mah' as you merrily go up and down; otherwise, my kyind assistants in the cellar are instructed to pull down so hard that when they let go, you and that able-bodied spring will fly right through the roof.
  • ai By and by I say, "Why do you look happy, Cui Ai?
  • ak Ak forath hja mest vrdvaliske and bikirte noma, hweran man nen sin an hefta ne mei. Tha Johniar sprekath betre, thach hja swygath thi h and hweri navt nesa mot, warth er uteketh.
  • al The man beside him is Al Brancomb, wanted for skipping parole in California.
  • an Would not that be an idea?
  • ar Therfore the fyrst actoure willynge to deuyde suche foles from wysemen and gode lyuers: hathe ordeyned vpon the se of this worlde this present Shyp to contayne these folys of ye worlde, whiche ar in great nomber.
  • as O yes, as all girls do, I suppose.
  • at 176 Lutterworth, Wyclif at, ii.
  • au It is the best cod and haddock ground in Isle au Haute Bay.
  • av Stronger than iver, sur, av ye plaze.
  • ax How he whistles as he swings his ax!
  • az Natral History has its myths and its ghosts, az well az enny boddy else, and foremost among these iz-the bugg bear.
  • ba Last year travelling to Ennis had to pick up that farmer's daughter's ba and hand it to her at Limerick junction.
  • ca Ca ne sert rien!
  • da It was at the house of these friends that Casanova became acquainted with the poet, Lorenzo Da Ponte.
  • ea The Babylonians regarded Ea in almost precisely the same light and endowed him with identical powers.
  • ga Benjamin Russel, deputy sheriff, Bibb county, Ga.
  • ha But if we had had umbrellas and mackintoshes, as every Englishman who comes to the Continent always has, and a bath- tub for everybody, then would your Waterloo have been different again, and the great democracy of Europe with a Bonaparte for emperor would have been founded for what the Americans call the keeps; and as for your little Great Britain, ha!
  • ia Ia, ia leit khymih kumno u la long.
  • la This building is called by the Indians la Casa de la Justicia.
  • Ah Ah, if only Colonel Fitzdenys had been here!
  • S S. from Aix, and 11 m.
  • AF Aasen = Norsk Ordbog, af Ivar Aasen.
  • AP Ap-Llymry came out in great haste, and invited Mr. Chainmail to walk in and dine: Mr. Chainmail did not wait to be asked twice.
  • AW " Aw, no, woman, no!
  • AM And I am that."
  • unamazing

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