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  • ab Coach tells me ab-so-lute-lee, you are our only hope.
  • bb BB. Husk opens in three divisions.
  • be What be we goin' to do?
  • db A seal must produce a trill with a sound-pressure of at least 100 dB at 1 m in order for the sound to propagate 30 km, meaning that bearded seals can likely produce sounds at this level.
  • deb So I away with my wife and Deb.
  • ea But there are very definite legends of the Babylonian Ea coming from abroad by way of the Persian Gulf.
  • ebb I won again, and seeing that the bank was at a low ebb I stopped playing.
  • ec established - 6 March 1992 aim - to promote cooperation among the Baltic Sea states in the areas of aid to new democratic institutions, economic development, humanitarian aid, energy and the environment, cultural programs and education, and transportation and communication members - (12) Denmark, Estonia, EC, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Russia, Sweden observers - (10) Belarus, France, Italy, Netherlands, Romania, Spain, Slovakia, Ukraine, UK, US
  • ed It was the smartest and gayest of all the college functions, and a Payzant co-ed who received an invitation to it counted herself fortunate.
  • em He's gev em up now for religion; so he's a bit fresh for want of the exercise he was accustomed to.
  • en In 1797, appeared the last book published during Casanova's lifetime, a small work entitled: 'A Leonard Snetlage, docteur en droit de l'Universite de Goettingue, Jacques Casanova, docteur en droit de l'Universite de Padoue'.
  • er She is a good deal perturbed on his behalf - er - because -" "I do not want to know any more than I am able to gather from the extraordinary epistle I received from her this morning.
  • es The next morning, after mass, he himself asked for Josquin's "Ecce tu pulchra es."
  • eu By Becker; answered by De Musset's "Nous avons eu votre Rhin Allemand."
  • feb 1800. Feb 10-The House of Lords divided, 75 for and 26 against the Union.
  • gb The Great Britain mens national basketball team, known as Great Britain or GB, is the national team for Great Britain in basketball.
  • kb Major-General Robert Clive, 1st Baron Clive, KB, FRS (29 September 1725 – 22 November 1774), also known as Clive of India, Commander-in-Chief of British India, was a British officer and privateer who established the military and political supremacy of the East India Company in Bengal.
  • mb National Bolivarian Armed Forces (Fuerza Armada Nacional Bolivariana, FANB): Bolivarian Army (Ejercito Bolivariano, EB), Bolivarian Navy (Armada Bolivariana, AB); includes Naval Infantry, Coast Guard, Naval Aviation), Bolivarian Military Aviation (Aviacion Militar Bolivariana, AMB), Bolivarian National Guard (Guardia Nacional Bolivaria, GNB), Bolivarian Militia (Milicia Bolivariana, MB) (2010)
  • neb About the table grouped Maillard and his guests, while in the background hovered Uncle Neb, glistening black, hugely important, and grinning widely.
  • ob " Ob cose it does.
  • pb When the current of electricity enters the battery, the Pb3O4 on the positive plate is reduced to Pb, and the oxygen so set free attacks the Pb3O4 on the negative plate, and oxidizes it to PbO2.
  • rb (where dAB is the predicted bond length or distance between two atoms, rA and rB are the covalent radii (in picometers) of the two atoms, and |xA – xB| is the absolute difference in the electronegativities of elements A and B.
  • sb With the Sco. word cp. the Norse skripa, vb., skripa, sb. f., and Ic. skripr, sb. m. See Aasen.
  • web So the vessels sail back on October 18, 1498, and the Admiral turns wearily to the task of disentangling the web of difficulty that has woven itself about him.
  • yb Examples of allotropes include: Non-metals Metalloids Metals Among the metallic elements that occur in nature in significant quantities (56 up to U, without Tc and Pm), almost half (27) are allotropic at ambient pressure: Li, Be, Na, Ca, Ti, Mn, Fe, Co, Sr, Y, Zr, Sn, La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Sm, Gd, Tb, Dy, Yb, Hf, Tl, Th, Pa and U.
  • B 90 44 a and b.
  • Eh So you're here now, eh?
  • CB All are rich in metallic Fe-Ni, with CH and especially CB chondrites having a higher proportion of metal than all other chondrite groups.
  • ET 6000. H. et P. Europe, 8 to 10 frs.
  • QB Nebraska QB Jerry Tagge became the first Cornhusker to exceed 5000 career yards at Kansas State as Nebraska scored touchdowns on each of its first four possessions.
  • HEB **Bible,** Gen. 12:1-3; 13:14-18; Psalms 110:4; John 15:16; Acts 14:23; Heb. 2:17; 3:1; 4:14; 5:1; 7:3, 15-28; I Peter 2:5; Titus 1:5; II Tim. 1:6.
  • easy-going Sometimes Dan was late, and explained that it was his patent-right man had kept him. She was interested in the patent-right man, whom Dan began to find not quite so simple as at first, but she was not exacting with him about his want of punctuality; she was very easy-going; she was not always ready herself.

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