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  • ea cr. 8vo, ea. 3s. 6d.
  • ec Portugal entered the EC in 1985.
  • ed In Early Western Travels, 1748-1846. Vol. 28. R. G. Thwaites, ed.
  • em "You're still a great hand for rick-rack work, Em, I see," she murmured in a faint whisper.
  • en They had avoided all villages en route, otherwise they themselves would undoubtedly have furnished food for others, though there was little enough meat on them.
  • er This-er-situation won't prevent your calling at the Leslies', I hope.
  • es "Why, eh-why, I declah 'pon my soul, you-you es peart es popcawn!
  • esq William Henry Cranstoun, Esq.
  • eu Eu du go forth; Dak du-za run.
  • ex He had been unwilling to believe it when his friend ex-judge Stott had pointed to Ryder as the author of all his misfortunes, but this unsympathetic letter with its falsehoods, its lies plainly written all over its face, was proof enough.
  • hq The mission of the 744th ACWS was to support, administer and train assigned personnel to perform air defense missions, support tactical missions as directed by HQ AAC, and operate and maintain the Murphy Dome AFS.
  • Eh It will give him-" " Eh?"
  • Q Q. How do you hurt those that you pinch?
  • SQ Dublin, 152. Edinburgh, 139 sq.
  • SEQ "Earth-rise in Moon-land," 258, note Encke, 345, 346 Epicyclic orbits explained, 23, seq.
  • ET In one of these, the crowd and heat were so great, that I should immediately have retired if I had not been struck with the extreme and intense expression of interest in the countenance of one of the spectators at the rouge et noir table.
  • old-fashioned She rose, therefore, and going to the writing-desk, took a sheet of note-paper, and, in a neat, old-fashioned, Italian hand, wrote the following reply, which she placed in my hand, signing to me to read aloud:
  • easy-going In the midst of this confused state of affairs in England, the easy-going, pleasure-loving Charles II. died, and his brother, the Duke of York, became king as James II. The new king could make fair promises to his friends, and when William Penn spoke to him about the Quakers, the king promised to show all sorts of favors to them.

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