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  • ai The petals, they said, were marked with the letters Ai, Ai!
  • bi The kind of work, all human and elastic and suggestive, was capital experience: in picking up things for his bi-weekly letter he would pick up life as well, he would pick up literature.
  • ci He did not emerge from his meditations until ushered into the salon of the ci-devant jeweller, now a grand seigneur-into one of the salons, rather, for there were five.
  • gi Now goo away, you crabbed jealous chap! You shan't kiss me,-you shan't! I'll gi' ye a slap.
  • hi Hi, Pete, what are you doing?
  • i'd I wonder what I'd better do about them?
  • ia J. E. Page, 5 Ia.
  • ii 186, 207, 216, 350; ii.
  • il " Il est tres cassant you know.
  • in 1-68, 18 figures in text.
  • io Amor, amor, Gesu desideroso, Amor voglio morire, Te abrazando Amor, dolce Gesu, meo sposo, Amor, amor, la morte te domando, Amor, amor, Gesu si pietoso Tu me te dai in te transformato Pensa ch'io vo spasmando Non so o io me sia Gesu speranza mia Ormai va, dormi in amore.
  • ir "O ir ye come to drink the wine As we hae done before, O?" to "O come ye here to part your land, The bonnie forest thorough?"
  • iv 25, 26 Parkhurst, John, iv.
  • ix 1-9. It is the counterpart of ix.
  • li U l'Arcevesques e li quens Oliviers?
  • mi 26, R. 2 E, T. 19 N, 1; 10 mi.
  • ni And they will come again and with a vengeance, no cravens, the sons of Granuaile, the champions of Kathleen ni Houlihan.
  • pi That handsome new type would all be a mess of pi, then somebody would be obliged to come to their terms or St. Cloud would be without a paper.
  • ri He knew that the Indian war-ri-ors would not work.
  • si " Si, where have you been?
  • ti A man who read Shakespeare and the Illustrated London News had little to contribute to Come a ti yi yoopee Ti yi ya!
  • vi 9-12, 14, 15, 18, 19, 22 Godfrey, Sir Edmondsbury, vi.
  • wi Farmin might be bad, but yet wi little cheaper rents and a good deal cheaper rates and taxes, there’d be good farmin and good farmers in England yit.
  • If I can go if I like.
  • I'm I'm a middlin' good nurse.
  • It "Yes, I'll do it!
  • U U.S., Vol. I, p.
  • OI Oi spint my choildhood tamin' bears, and fellin' timber trays, And catchin' salmon tin fate long-and doin' what oi plaze.
  • ID Habet bonorum exemplum, quo exemplo sibi licere id facere quod illi fecerunt putat.
  • ie An X3D applet is a software program that runs within a web browser and displays content in 3D, using OpenGL 3D graphics technology to display X3D content in several different browsers (IE, Safari, Firefox) across several different operating systems (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux).
  • old-fashioned Every fifth year the walls received a coat of white-wash and so did the narrow beams of the ceiling, from which hung bacon, strings of onions, bundles of tallow candles, and the bags in which a peasant keeps his seeds; near the bread-box stood an old-fashioned wardrobe in walnut, where the scanty household linen, and the one change of garments together with the holiday attire of the entire family were kept.

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