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  • ai Hira Singh leaped to his feet with a long-drawn vernacular oath "Colonel Sahib," said he, "that man is no Afghan, for they weep ' Ai! Ai!' Nor is he of Hindustan, for they weep,'Oh! Ho!' He weeps after the fashion of the white men, who say 'Ow! Ow!'"
  • bi His room, designed by Doctor Pill, was completely protected from draughts, and every breath of air that entered it was tri-bi-sterilized.
  • ci In Italy, he has, by an official act, declared to be the property of his crown, first, the royal palace at Milan, and a royal villa, which he now calls Villa Bonaparte; second, the palace of Monza and its dependencies; third, the palace of Mantua, the palace of The, and the ci-devant ducal palace of Modena; fourth, a palace situated in the vicinity of Brescia, and another palace in the vicinity of Bologna; fifth, the ci-devant ducal palaces of Parma and Placenza; sixth, the beautiful forest of Tesin.
  • gi "Oh, gi' the kid a bit o' peace!" cried Ada, angry at being disturbed.
  • hi " Hi, there, you fellows," the Monkey shrieked, as he landed in the soft snow, "wait a minute.
  • i'd I'd like to give you one.
  • ia Ia. Of what degree wood you have your Foole Sir? for you may have of all manner of degrees.
  • ii 5-7, 23, 41, 468; ii.
  • il Although he spoke in a low tone, the Emperor heard him, and turning abruptly to him, repeated angrily, "Yes, Monsieur, you are not mistaken; il y a de l'oignon."
  • in There's what was in it."
  • io IO. How sayest thou?
  • ir The Iranian national basketball team is controlled by the IR Iran Basketball Federation.
  • iv 7, the poor youth who became king, iv.
  • ix 30. 49 Quintilian, ix.
  • li He said that he would like to try it in South Car-o-li-na.
  • mi Estoy en casa de mi abuelo.
  • ni "Nevaeh ni," said the voice.
  • pi Drink, pi. Tiger, bag. Sweet, mitha.
  • ri One long stream of active life filled the little creek on its auriferous course from Bald Mountain, through a canyon of wild and picturesque character, until it emerged into the large and fertile valley of the Pas-sam-a-ri...
  • si There was much in his aspirations that interested Mazzini, and when presently my cousin asked him for his autograph, he wrote, "Ah, si l'Allemagne agissait comme elle pense."
  • ti E tu a mi Catalina; mudate di y passea per hi alem, verey que aar das de ti.
  • vi Vi asked this time.
  • wi The garish sun has sunk to rest; The star o' gloaming gilds the west; The gentle moon comes smiling on, And her veil o'er the silent earth is thrown: Then come, sweet maid, oh, come wi' me! The whispering night-breeze calls on thee; Oh, come and roam o'er the lily lea, An hour i' the mild moonlight wi' me.
  • If If you wish to; do you?
  • I'm " I'm glad you like it, Mr. Symmes.
  • It It would be useless.
  • U For the great U. P. R. buried the dead it left in its bloody tracks!
  • OI "Did he quistion me anny further, yer honour? Hivins, sor! Oi should think he did that same," said Michael with a force that left no room for doubt in my mind.
  • ID Lesbia's first infidelities only riveted her lover's chains- Amantem iniuria talis Cogit amare magis; then he hangs between love and hatred, in the poise of soul immortalised by him in the famous verse- Odi et amo: quare id faciam fortasse requiris; Nescio, sed fieri sentio et excrucior.
  • ie Electrolytic capacitors are polarized components due to their asymmetrical construction, and must be operated with a higher voltage (ie, more positive) on the anode than on the cathode at all times.
  • old-fashioned "The pleasure held out was to go with you and your father," responded Wyndham, with an old-fashioned bow, and again that laughing look in his eyes.

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