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  • de "I'll speak to de maniger.
  • deb The facts stated or admitted by Mr. Barwell are as follow: that the salt farms of Selimabad and Savagepoor were his, and re-let by him to the two Armenian merchants, Michael and Kaworke, on condition of their paying him 1,25,000 rupees, exclusive of their engagements to the Company; that the engagement was written in the name of Bussunt Roy and Kissen Deb Sing; and Mr. Barwell says, that the reason of its being "in these people's names was because it was not thought consistent with the public regulations that the names of any Europeans should appear."
  • dec Decorum is not always maintained.
  • den Den she went to General Grant, an' he say, 'If your people want to go back they may.
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  • Del There are possibly better portraits in the world than this, which was once by Sebastiano del Piombo and is now by Titian; but I remember none which has moved me more.
  • DEA Dea. and Mrs. Kingsbury, 10; Miss Louisa Lord, 5 for Williamsburg, Ky 15.00
  • Dee Using a single dee does not change the principle of operation, yet it offers the advantage of allowing more space for auxiliary equipment inside the vacuum tank.
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  • DIV
  • DEF for Def. But, my Lord, the task is a difficult one.
  • DEM "Maybe I 'm ol'-fashioned, but I can't believe in any ooman's ladyship when she shows herse'f lak dem gals does.
  • DEG There is no more striking confirmation of this law than the fact that at a temperature of 90 deg sunstrokes and similar ailments are reported in great number from New York, while the people of Salt Lake City are perfectly comfortable.

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