How to spell EH correctly?

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  • ea So for the sound of i long, as in marine, we have sometimes e, sometimes ee, sometimes ea, sometimes ie, as- 1st.
  • 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 - (7) France, Italy, Netherlands, Slovakia, Ukraine, UK, US
  • ed Ed went from one to another of the loopholes he had cut, blasting first with the shotgun as the Harn crowded around, then using the .
  • em That's the reason the Scotch don't wear no breeches, they don't like to get 'em ragged up that way for everlastinly, they can't afford it; so they let em scratch and tear their skin, for that will grow agin, and trowsers won't.
  • en Vous pouvez vous en aller."
  • er He uncovered every deal we've-er-he had in Chicago and-" "Then he really was guilty!"
  • es Er musste ausgerottet werden, ne quidem uno puello superstite, quia es musste wahr bleiben, quod Deus hic dicit.
  • eu 360, 25. nous avons eu la main heureuse-we have been fortunate.
  • ex Old Oliver Dowd is an ex-secretary of it, and him at least we can capture beyond a doubt.
  • nh The first step in the oxidation of the para-phenylene-diamine is the formation of quinone di-imine, NH:C{6}H{4}:NH.
  • oh "Yes, Dr Bolter; oh, yes.
  • rh The term human blood group systems is defined by International Society of Blood Transfusion as systems in the human species where cell-surface antigens—in particular, those on blood cells—are "controlled at a single gene locus or by two or more very closely linked homologous genes with little or no observable recombination between them", and include the common ABO and Rh- ( Rhesus) antigen systems, as well as many others; thirty-five major human systems are identified as of November 2014.
  • th Beautiful eyes were they when, in all their girlish fearlessness and innocence, they first beamed upon our old friends of the -th in the days of exile in Arizona.
  • Ah Ah, that was good!
  • Eh And the best; eh?
  • H 10 grams 2 h.
  • pH There parted with Sir G. Carteret and into Westminster Hall, where I met with Sir H. Cholmly, and he and I to Sir Ph.
  • CH Leipzig 1831. Ch. Starke.
  • SH " Sh, sh-" Nejdanov whispered.
  • DH s. 288. In the northern dialects of the Anglo-Saxon the -dh of plurals like lufiadh = we love becomes -s. In the Scottish this change was still more prevalent:
  • ET Yes, nunc et semper.
  • UH I do' lak nobody pesterin' 'roun' my kitchen, nohow, huh, uh, honey.
  • NEH Straight ahead glimmered the lights of Roya- Neh.

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