How to spell AE correctly?

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  • aa aa Religious Institutions.
  • ab Won't she ab um, sure enough.
  • ac "Adam, whiles he spak noght, Hadde paradis at wille; 7390 Ac whan he mamelede aboute mete, And entre-metede to knowe The wisedom and the wit of God, He was put fram blisse.
  • ace For example, a hand containing Ace, Queen, Knave, in one suit; King, Queen, Knave, in another, and the two remaining suits unguarded, should not be bid No-trump, although the high cards are stronger than the example given above with strength in three suits.
  • ag International organization participation: AG, CCC, CDB, ECLAC, FAO, G- 3, G-11, G-24, G-77, IADB, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICC, ICFTU, ICRM, IDA, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, IHO (pending member), ILO, IMF, IMO, Inmarsat, Intelsat, Interpol, IOC, IOM, ISO, ITU, LAES, LAIA, NAM, OAS, OPANAL, PCA, RG, UN, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNHCR, UNIDO, UNU, UPU, WCL, WFTU, WHO, WIPO, WMO, WToO, WTrO
  • age A hymn is a child of the age in which it was written.
  • ai Then Madame de Trafford was really angry-'Je vous ai dit, Madame Victoire, de porter autant que vous pouviez, et vous ne l'avez pas fait.
  • ak "The stowy," continued Flo, "is all 'bout Doan of Ak, who was bu'nt by some naughty men, long, long ago! D'you hear, Blackie? It would make your hair stand on end-if you had any!"
  • al Al got up sheepishly and looked at the child.
  • ale Finally, in his wrath, he turned the now empty tankard upon the crowd and bespattered them with the last drops of the ale, and then called lustily for more, with which he plied the fiddler anew.
  • ape I spoke to the Ape only because he is oldest.
  • ar Of suche fawtes as by hym ar done.
  • are You are not to do it.
  • as What he was as a boy, he is now.
  • at 13 Nantwich, battle at, vi.
  • ate She ate her dinner with the zest of hunger, while Hepsey noiselessly served her.
  • au Hake are abundant in summer close to Isle au Haute.
  • av Jist look fwhot fools we've been all four av us!
  • awe The moonlight discovered to him an edifice which appeared to have been formerly a monastery, but which now exhibited a pile of ruins, whose grandeur, heightened by decay, touched the beholder with reverential awe.
  • axe Might I be so bold as to axe where your honour comes from now?
  • az I am just az fraid ov snaiks now az i waz 40 years ago, and if i should liv tew be az old az Nebudkennezer waz, and go tew grass as he did, one striped snaik would spile 50 akers ov good pasture for me.
  • se Of the third, there is a specimen in the Anglo-Saxon se forma, the first, from the root fore, as compared with the Latin primus, and the Lithuanic pirmas.
  • Ah " Ah, that's got you!
  • Ave She comes from Eighth-ave.
  • Aye Aye, if I resist them further.
  • Oe 3. The word PHOENICIA uses an OE ligature in the original.
  • Abe Abe planned to read-and read-and read.
  • Rae Maxwell, it seems, took his dismissal gracefully; but what Rae has done to-night will count heavily on his side.
  • Mae "Of course," he replied quickly, "I know you and Mae never agree, that you barely stand each other.
  • AF Detta beror hufvudsakligast pa foerslappning af de band som uppbara detta organ eller halla det pa sin plats.
  • AP 1739. William Wood, a poor unfortunate lad, being drown'd, was buried Ap.
  • AW "Yes, aw ri' now," I answer.
  • AM "Why am I not to speak?
  • NAE Na, there was nae rinnin' frae a bonny lass in thae days.
  • ie ↑ English common law applies in the British Virgin Islands pursuant to the Common Law (Declaration of Application) Act, 1705↑ Easter is observed in the Territory according to Western Christian traditions, ie.

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