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  • be 11. If this be is wrong, then all love of country is wrong.
  • ce It is an instance of excess of expression in the way of syntax; the -ce denoting direction from a place, and the preposition doing the same.
  • de Madame De Vrees is their daughter.
  • ea Anno tandem tertio cognouit uxorem suam Daniam, genuitque ex ea filium nomine Ro.
  • ec The line EC adds nothing, for it merely introduces two angles which reinforce those above AB. The line BC may be omitted or covered without appreciably affecting the illusion.
  • ed With a pole, Ed pushed the trap with the rabbit in it through into the other world and watched.
  • em Come, baby, to Aunty Em?"
  • en Profundega silentado regis en arbaro.
  • er No, she wouldn't; I'd shilly-shallyed so long, she'd got tired er waitin' and took tew keepin' company with a doctor daown ter Banggore, where she'd ben visitin' a spell.
  • es Ich hofft' es, ich verdient' es nicht.
  • eu From Tchang-shan-shien to Eu-shan-shien, overland, we had about forty horses, and three or four hundred men to carry the baggage.
  • ex 6086, quisquis ex hoc collegio servus defunctus fuerit, etc.
  • fe If more than 32 of S with 56 of Fe?
  • ge He had kept the promise of his boyhood, and was now of a lusty frame, verging toward corpulence; good features, good eyes, a genial manner, a ready laugh, a long pair of sandy whiskers, a dash of an American accent, a close familiarity with the great American joke, and a certain likeness to a R- y-l P-rs-n-ge, who shall remain nameless for me, made up the man's externals as he could be viewed in society.
  • he He is Peter Junior."
  • le "C'est le pauvre Harry Wyville," answered Janey.
  • me It's me," ses a voice.
  • ne Also, ye shall bere no poynted wepon, dagger, knyfe, ne non other wapen ayenst the Kynge's pece.
  • re He stopped in Washington only long enough to have his wound re-dressed, and pushed northward.
  • se The Crees evidently considered this an official ceremony, for after we had paid our score and shaken hands with everybody from Grandpa to the latest baby and were well out in mid-stream, Mrs. Se-weep-i-gon came running down to the bank to call us back.
  • te I lay awake very early and listened to the clear, shrill ah, te te, te te, te of the white-throated sparrow, repeated at short intervals, without the least variation, for half an hour, as if it could not enough express its happiness.
  • xe [Footnote 230: Che xe quel? Venetian for che c'e quella cosa, What is this thing?]
  • Eh "What are they then, eh?
  • Oe oe in., 2 in. high.
  • R I. R. Glass on "Fools"....
  • U James Totten, of the 2d U.S. Art.
  • W W. P. Ker, v.
  • ET He would carry her off vi et armis if necessary.
  • ie Ie. -Almost peculiar to the Lowland Scotch; as daddie, lassie, minnie, wifie, mousie, doggie, boatie, &c.
  • easy-going There are any number of difficulties and bumps along the roads of this world, and yet there are plenty of easy-going people who never prepare for them.

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