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  • as It is best as it is.
  • bs The Northern Indians call the Aurora Borealis, Ed-thin; that is, Deer:[BS] and when that meteor is very bright, they say that deer is plentiful in that part of the atmosphere; but they have never yet extended their ideas so far as to entertain hopes of tasting those celestial animals.
  • cs CS Mindelense based in the island of São Vicente is the oldest club in Cape Verde founded in 1919 and became official member on May 25, 1922, soccer was first played, the second oldest is GS Castilho (February) and Santiago Islands first football club named Sporting Clube da Praia (December 5) founded in 1923, then FC Derby founded in August 5, 1929, two years later in Praia, Vitória FC was founded, two of the clubs were the first named after a Portuguese club.
  • es They said, 'We'll give ye two sixteenths,' an' thet's when I 'lowed I was es good es a Pierpont Morgan.
  • ga 73. Wa-po'-ga Grey owl Omaha.
  • gas A neighbouring gas-lamp, whose light was turning yellow in the rising dawn, cast vague gleams upon it.
  • gb Slots used by GB Airways at London Heathrow Airport were not included in the sale, these were sold to other airlines for an estimated £100 million.
  • gd
  • ge
  • gi
  • gm
  • go
  • gp
  • gu
  • ks
  • os
  • ps
  • ss
  • G I have not read 'Martin' even, since the first volume in England, nor G. Sand's 'Lucretia.
  • S
  • GSA
  • Gus
  • GT
  • LS
  • NS
  • RS
  • GS
  • HS
  • ZS
  • XS
  • GR
  • GK

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  • sub missing
  • sub-missing
  • submersing
  • submission
  • submissive
  • submitting
  • surmising
  • was part of
  • was permeated by