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  • av Sure 'tis the city av enchantment."
  • ca "I ca-an't," she murmured feebly.
  • cc Each 1 cc division is now divided into tenths by the method described below.
  • cd But there is only one point, D', which makes the cross-ratio (A'B', C'D') equal to the given number (AB, CD).
  • ce Est-ce qu'il n'y a pas de vis?"
  • ci Over the dandies of her own time she still preserved her ancient empire; and it was amusing enough to hear the address of the ci-devant jeunes hommes, who continued, through habit, the compliments began thirty years since, through admiration.
  • cl I 1 II 2 III 3 IV 4 V 5 VI 6 VII 7 VIII 8 IX 9 X 10 XIX 19 XX 20 XXX 30 XL 40 L 50 LX 60 LXX 70 LXXX 80 XC 90 C 100 CL 150 CC 200 CCC 300 CCCC 400 D 500 DC 600 DCC 700 DCCC 800 DCCCC 900 M 1,000
  • cm They are 8-12 cm.
  • co George Bogen and Co.
  • cr -The current collector, CR, should be well turned up at the end, so as not to catch on the centre rail joints, and not press hard enough on the rail to cause noticeable resistance.
  • cs Item, for byndynge of the boke xijs -------- cs ijd[19]
  • ct Fr. Ct. Fr. Ct. 1825 76 35 July 23 1817 69 0 July 29 1829 86 16 Dec. 5 1821 90 60 Nov. 2 1830 85 35 Jan. 18 1822 95 0 Sept.
  • cu The Province owns 11 steam vessels, and 224 sailing vessels, with a tonnage of 45,237. Timber product, 1881, 910,200 cu.
  • cv CV. Kindly AEneas cheers them, and with tears Leaves to their King, then, parting, gives command A lamb to slay to tempest, and three steers To Eryx.
  • iv 34, 54 Cheke, Sir John, iv.
  • jv 4. Nim nammar knibuwgjande tank fon jv neston an, thjus agath Wr. aldas gast.
  • nv Nv wast bi vs ak al sa wyd kvmen, that felo wyva and ak manna al paterade vr spoka, witte wyva and uldermankes, lik tha Denamarkar.
  • rv Thus we read Rv. VIII.
  • tv American Samoa 1; note - one cable TV station (2004)
  • uv Not a bit uv it.
  • wv Liatris acidota – sharp blazing star, Gulf Coast blazing star - TX LA Liatris aestivalis – summer blazing star - TX OK Liatris aspera – tall blazing star - ONT, United States (Mississippi Valley, Great Lakes, scattered locales in East) Liatris borealis - Allegheny Mountains of PA Liatris × boykinii - GA AL Liatris bracteata – bracted blazing star - TX Liatris chapmanii – Chapmans blazing star - FL GA AL Liatris cokeri – Cokers blazing star - NC SC Liatris compacta – scaly blazing star - AR OK Liatris creditonensis - ONT Liatris cylindracea – Ontario blazing star, fewhead blazing star - ONT, central + southeastern United States Liatris cymosa – branched blazing star - TX Liatris × deamii Liatris densispicata - MN Liatris elegans – pinkscale blazing star, elegant blazing star - TX OK AR LA MS AL FL GA SC Liatris elegantula – shaggy blazing star - TN MS AL GA FL Liatris fallacior - ND Liatris × frostii - MN MO Liatris garberi – Garbers blazing star - FL Bahamas Liatris gholsonii – Gholsons blazing star - FL Liatris × gladewitzii - ONT, MI WI IL Liatris glandulosa – glandular blazing star - TX Liatris gracilis – slender blazing star - MS AL GA FL SC Liatris helleri – Hellers blazing star, turgid blazing star - MD WV VA NC Liatris hirsuta – hairy blazing star - central + southeastern United States Liatris laevigata – shortleaf blazingstar - FL GA Liatris lancifolia – lanceleaf blazingstar - NM TX CO WY KS NE SD IA Liatris ligulistylis – Rocky Mountain blazing star, strap-style blazing star - MAN SAS ALB ND SD MN WI IL IA MO NE WY MT CO NM Liatris microcephala – small-head blazing star - NC SC GA AL TN KY Liatris novae-angliae – New England blazing-star Liatris ohlingerae – Florida blazing star, scrub blazing star - FL Liatris oligocephala – Cahaba torch - AL Liatris patens – spreading blazing star, Georgia blazing star - FL GA SC Liatris pauciflora – fewflower blazing star - AL GA FL SC NC Liatris pilosa – grass-leaf blazing star, shaggy blazing star - SC NC VA MD DE PA NJ Liatris × platylepis - LA Liatris provincialis – Godfreys blazing star - FL Liatris punctata – dotted blazing star, plains gayfeather - MAN SAS ALB eastern + central United States Coahuila, Nuevo León, Tamaulipas, San Luis Potosí Liatris pycnostachya – prairie blazing star, button snakeroot, cattail gayfeather, thickspike gayfeather, Kansas gayfeather - QUE eastern United States Liatris × ridgwayi - IL KS Liatris savannensis – savanna blazing star - FL Liatris scariosa – northern gayfeather, devils bite - eastern + central United States Liatris × serotina - LA Liatris × spheroidea - ONT Liatris spicata – dense blazing star, button snakewort, florist gayfeather, marsh blazingstar, prairie-pine - ONT QUE eastern United States Liatris squarrosa – loosescale gayfeather, colicroot, scaly blazing star - central + southeastern United States Liatris squarrulosa – southern gayfeather, Appalachian blazing star - south-central + southeastern United States Liatris × steelei - IL IN KY Liatris tenuifolia – pine-needle gayfeather, shortleaf gayfeather - MS AL GA TN SC Liatris tenuis – gulf blazing star, Shinners gayfeather - TX LA Liatris virgata – wand blazing star, Kings Mountain gayfeather, piedmont gayfeather - VA WV NC SC GA Liatris × weaveri - NE
  • xv 45 387 Jochanan Hakkadosh 1883 xv.
  • C A. C. McGiffert, Jr.
  • V 35, no, 6, v.
  • CB George Charles Grey was the son of Major-General Wulff Henry Grey CB, CMG of the Royal Engineers and Alix Grey.
  • CF 7408. 1187 Cagnat, 365, 453; cf.
  • CG Center-of-Gravity LimitsCenter of gravity (CG) limits are specified longitudinal (forward and aft) and/or lateral (left and right) limits within which the aircrafts center of gravity must be located during flight.
  • CH 2, B. 2, ch.
  • CK It's also on the what appears to be the copper tip has the initial JH running together, the initials CK on it also.
  • CW b. It is a matter of regret, that such an unnecessary compendium as q = cu, or cw, should have been retained from the old Greek alphabet; and, still more so, that the equally superfluous x = cs, or ks, should have been re-admitted.
  • CZ It is obvious that any linear equation Ax + By + Cz + D = O between the coordinates can always be brought into the foregoing form, and hence that such an equation represents a plane.

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