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  • au Au revoir, you two."
  • cu Then Kian thought to himself, "If my brothers Cu and Kethan were here there might be a pretty fight, but as they are three to one I would do better to fly."
  • ea The obscure sound of which I speak, is sometimes improperly confounded with that of short u; thus a recent writer, who professes great skill in respect to such matters, says, One of the most common sounds in our language is that of the vowel u, as in the word urn, or as the diphthong ea in the word earth, for which we have no character.
  • ec established - 14 December 1960; effective - 30 September 1961 aim - to promote economic cooperation and development members - (34) Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, NZ, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UK, US special member - (1) EC accession states - (1) Russia
  • ed Ed glared at it uncomprehendingly.
  • em Em pauses before a miserable-looking saloon, pushes open the low, swinging door, and we go in.
  • emu I thought the Jeannie bore more north but it bore off again to the eastward; no game of any kind seen today except a turkey; a great quantity of vines on which grows four or five black fruit, like peas and extremely hard, from every flower, and on which the emu appears to feed much.
  • en I shouldn't wonder if the newspapers had a word about en .
  • er I'm not a fool in that way," came the bitter reply, "but I've wondered once or twice what your attitude would have been, supposing - er - he had been one of the ninety-nine!"
  • es "The beautiful Es, as they are called here, holy Brother," said Siebenburg with a malicious laugh, "whose maid I recognise in this girl.
  • eu By 1150 these meetings had resulted in a league, definitely made by the burgesses, to defend their rights against all feudal encroachments, a league which very nearly deserves that name of "Commune" at last, which was apparently first given in Normandy to Eu and to St. Quentin.
  • ex Parvus liber incathenatus ad analogium cathedre ex opposito capituli.
  • gu bu cu du a. ru gu ngu hu lu mu nu
  • lu Accompanied by 'Liza- Lu and the boy, she again ascended the little lane which secluded the church from the townlet.
  • mu Cheepe bread Nocharo mu tuch me not Huchee kecharoh sit downe Hioghe a king
  • nu "But, valga nu Dios, man," he objected, "I have no force I can spare for sufficient time to give you adequate escort for such a journey.
  • pu Sing on, lovely river, To hillock and tree A lay o' the loves O' my Jessie and me; For nae angel lightin', A posie to pu', Can match the fair form O' the lassie I lo'e.
  • ru The Arv-ad of Genesis was the Ar-Ad of the Cushites; it is now known as Ru-Ad.
  • wu And in May they call it the 'Mulberry Moon'-Kee-hassi, and in November it is a charming name-Hee-wu-li-'Falling Leaf Moon'!
  • Eh Eh, is it not?"
  • U We called you J.H. U, Herr Professor."
  • Du 3400. Inn: H. du Commerce.
  • Tu An' them 'at wad be his, maun afoord it tu, Grizzie!
  • EUR Eur. Ah, my Adrastus!
  • ET I think only of the words: 'Magister adest et vocat me!
  • BU See Judari Smith, Sir L., his defeat of the Beni Bu Ali Arabs, i.
  • ECU The air mass information is necessary for the engine control unit (ECU) to balance and deliver the correct fuel mass to the engine.
  • easy-going It was just such a lie as a child might have told in the fear of ridicule or blame, and she told it badly as a child might have told it, stammering, with a frightened widening of her eyes, so that even easy-going Violet looked momentarily puzzled.

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