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  • ai C'est moi qui, voyant le train que prenoit la conversation, ai fait venir Marton une seconde fois.
  • bi Already the battle was bi-fold, the two men its instigators, their mounts responsible for footwork.
  • ci One is bent on marrying the daughter of a ci-devant farmer, and the other means to set up as a lawyer.
  • gi " Gi' me the paper! Gi' me the paper!" yelled a voice, as Hiram climbed uppermost on his man and fought to free his entangled arms.
  • hi Nevertheless, Isak must call out, " Hi, come and hold the horse a bit, can't you?"
  • i'd If any one else can get her, I'd better know it now.
  • ia Ni korege esperas ke ia amiko povos helpi niajn du kunlaborantojn.
  • ii 522, 523, 527, 528, 529-530, 535-537, 542, 548. Bessarabia, ii.
  • iii 276, 277; Poynings', iii.
  • il Such is the character of the inhabitants of this place in general, 'ma ogni medaglio ha il suo reverso.
  • in Are we in time?
  • io Should he tell Io of the message?
  • ir Su. G. brokug, brokig, party-coloured; Ir. breach, speckled; Gael.
  • iv 16, 1 Kings iv.
  • li Mar-quette and Jo-li-et left the men in their canoes, and followed the tracks.
  • lii Froude, Mr., quoted, xii, xviii, note, xxix, note twice, xxxvi, xxxvii, xli, note twice, xlv note, lii, note, cxviii.
  • mi She shivered a little, and fought back the tears, and tried resolutely to think of something else-of anything-of how beautifully Madame Mi-mi had told her Jean's rooms here were furnished.
  • ni "I hope you slept well," said the pig, "The wind was very high; You are most comfortably lodged- A most con-ve-ni-ent sty."
  • ri I am absolutely freezing and must have something to distract my thoughts-ri tol de rol!
  • si Si sang 'Twas rank and fame: in Ned Lambert's 'twas.
  • ti To this gracious speech the vice-palatine gave utterance to something which sounded like: "Kisz-ti-hand!"
  • vi You'll have to ask me something else, Vi.
  • vii The work was finished before the end of A.D. 64, for in Book vii.
  • wi I 'll to Lochiel and Appin, and kneel to them, Down by Lord Murray, and Roy of Kildarlie; Brave M'Intosh, he shall fly to the field with them, These are the lads I can trust wi' my Charlie! Follow thee! follow thee! &c.
  • xii And note this: '"Revelation xii.
  • If And if I were not, what is it to me now?
  • I'm I'm sure he was good.
  • It "How is it, Boardman?
  • OI 6 from the bottom, for dulleron read duller on. 3 from the bottom, for oi read on. 14, between tectrices and remigibus insert a comma.
  • WII Recently, Nintendos Wii balance board (Nintendo, Kyoto, Japan) has been validated against a force plate and found to be an accurate tool to measure CoP This is very exciting as the price difference in technology ($25 vs $10,000) makes the Wii balance board a suitable alternative for clinicians to use quantitative balance assessments.
  • ID The Pacific Railroad id completed twelve miles to Folsom, leaving only 2188 miles to go by stage.
  • ie Internet Explorer[lower-alpha 1] (formerly Microsoft Internet Explorer[lower-alpha 2] and Windows Internet Explorer,[lower-alpha 3] commonly abbreviated IE or MSIE) is a series of graphical web browsers developed by Microsoft and included in the Microsoft Windows line of operating systems, starting in 1995.
  • old-fashioned With the shrill commands of their own whistles they maneuver trucks and automobiles and even some old-fashioned hansom cabs, pedestrians, all the rest-as coolly and as evenly as if it had been rehearsed for whole weeks.

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