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  • ai Adon- Ai comes not to thy call.
  • bi So sound was my theory and so nicely did my simple-dished luncheon demonstrate it that I was engaged on the spot to provide the bi-monthly banquet of the Chamber of Commerce, the president of which rather seriously proposed that it now be made a monthly affair, since they would no longer be at the mercy of a hotel caterer whose ambition ran inversely to his skill.
  • ci A family of ci-devant nobles of my acquaintance, once possessing a revenue of one hundred and fifty thousand livres-subsist now on fifteen hundred livres-per year; and this sum must support six individuals-the father and mother, with four children!
  • gi 'But we must not be beat,' whispered she, vehemently, catching my arm; 'and ye shall get over, and see what I will gi' her!'
  • hi The Monkey raised the box cover higher and began to call: "Hi there, Calico Clown!
  • i'd And I thought I'd come and speak to you.
  • ia In process of time a Church was organized at Chioh-be by the appointment of elders and deacons, then at Peh-chui-ia, then at Mapeng, and then the Church at Amoy was divided into two distinct organizations.
  • ii 76, 95, 109, 134, 135, 158, 179, 194, 214, 234, 246, 249, 276, 468-470; ii.
  • il Sur le coeur de tous les mortels Votre gloire a jamais se fonde, Il n'est pas de pays au monde Ou le savoir n'ait des autels."
  • in In the name of unreason-why?
  • io Arabians, Indians, Sabaeans, Sing not, in hymns and Io Paeans, Your incense, myrrh, or ebony.
  • ir This Monument is erected In Memory of S^{ir} James Tillie kn^t who dyed 15 of Nov^r Anno Domini 1713 And in y^e 67^{th} year of his Age.
  • iv 195. Sketch of, iv.
  • ix 13: "Now will He remember their iniquity and visit their sins; they shall return to Egypt;" ix.
  • li Jo-li-et was a trader.
  • mi She had never been there in Jean's apartment before, but Madame Mi-mi had not been loath to tell her all about it-and so it was not strange to her, and there was something to do now and that seemed to relieve the dull pain that had been torturing her brain, and she could remember again every little detail that Madame Mi-mi had described.
  • ni Il ne faut ni combattre, ni critiquer, mais oublier.
  • pi First person: na. Second person: ni. Third person: pi.
  • ri May this chap hev a ri-ad?
  • si Cinque now took command of the vessel; placed Si-si at the helm; gave his people plenty to eat and drink.
  • ti Great as had been the difficulty of making the bridge, scarcely less hard was it to make Ti Sing cross.
  • vi Vi wanted to know.
  • wi An' I must own, my heart do beaet Wi' pride avore my own blue geaete, Where I can bid the steaetely tree Be cast, at langth, avore my knee; An' clover red, an' deaezies feair, An' gil'cups wi' their yollow gleaere, Be all a-match'd avore my zight By wheelen buttervlees in flight, The while the burnen zun at noon Do sheen upon my meaed in June.
  • If I can guess-if you'll give me time.
  • I'm I'm sure I don't wonder at it.
  • It It was Henshaw speaking.
  • U Troeltsch, Herrmann, Holtzmann u.
  • OI "Whin Oi came close enough, Oi saw the Quane, Gawd bliss her, and all o' the Princesses, and the little Dooke o' York and his Hoighness, the Marquis o' Dorset, and the Lady Hazel and the Lady Mary, and thare was a strong body o' souldiers walkin' all around thim and protictin' thim loike.
  • ID Vot you pelief dose shneaks vos down to, ain'd id?
  • ie 1 was released, Microsoft reported the browser disables the XML rendering engine in Internet Explorer by causing IE to render XML pages as a blank page.
  • old-fashioned Village manners were to be found there of the old-fashioned sort, and a lodging house and landlady of unequalled merit.

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