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  • ai Je voudrais vous ecrire dans votre langue, mais, comme je n'en ai pas l'habitude, j'ai craigne de ne pas vous exprimer tout-a-fait les sentiments de
  • bi By March they had recognised that they must have political power as well and by April they had reached the compromise of a bi-cameral constitution now adopted by their conservative opponents, the Majoritarians.
  • ci The other was a young student, More, from the ci-devant department of Mt.
  • gi Sod' om spright' ly the o lo' gi an his' to ry To bi' as cre at' ed pro ceed' ed sep' a ra ted min' is ter Au gus' tine crit' i cise cat' e ehism de ter' mined As cen' sion Res ur rec' tion
  • hi "All of 'em have lost teeth, an'- Hi tunket!
  • i'd I'd tell him to look out.
  • ia BASHFORD, HERBERT, b. Sioux City, Ia., 1871.
  • ii 214, 487. Brulart, ii.
  • il Il pleurait toujours quand il parlait de l'amour de Dieu.
  • in I was sure of Dr. Porteus, who was in the House of Lords.
  • io " Io sono contessa Rocca di Santo Fiume!" the lady said softly, but in a wonderfully pure Russian accent.
  • ir For the -ir verbs, the Peninsular vosotros forms end in -ís, so there is no diphthong to simplify, and Central American vos employs the same form: instead of tú vives, vos vivís; instead of tú vienes, vos venís (note the alternation).
  • iv I am greeted be th' smile iv me ol' frind Higgins.
  • ix And yet I sawe in that little tyme in one citie more libertie to sinne than ever I heard tell of in our noble citie of London in ix yeare ...
  • li The father of Miss Lucas did not live in Car-o-li-na.
  • mi 15, 16. "Este escandalo estaba autorizado por la costumbre de mi provincia."
  • ni He was also the author of violent invectives against the passion of love- Que anc non amet neguna Ni d'autra no fon amatz- "Who never loved any woman nor was loved of any."
  • pi A single-valued branch of such integral can be obtained by making a barrier in the plane joining [oo] to 0 and 1 to [oo]; for instance, by excluding the consideration of real negative values of x and of real positive values greater than 1, and defining the phase of x and x - 1 for real values between 0 and 1 as respectively 0 and [pi].
  • ri I waited for Bibi- Ri.
  • si 1, 99, 'In comoedia maxime claudicamus, licet Varro Musas, Aelii Stilonis sententia, Plautino dicat sermone locuturas fuisse, si Latine loqui vellent.
  • ti Ney'-a-ti A Camp by the Lake.
  • vi "And Vi thinks maybe it's her doll," went on the little boy.
  • wi "A'a, Jack," he sed, "aw'm cap't wi' thee Net knowin sich a chap as me; For oft when tha's been on a spree, Aw've been thear too; But tho' aw've reckon'd safe o' thee, Tha's just edged throo.
  • If I wished to know who he was, and to get at him if I could.
  • I'm And I'm sure that's what our poor, handsome friend is thinking."
  • It It is bazca, no, not.
  • U Otherwise, the Imperial Memorandum, which was sent to me about the U-boat war, and to which I have already referred, would be inexplicable.
  • OI Her voice floated back now from the threshold; predominated for a moment later in one of the corners of the bar leading to the street: " Oi soi, you cawn't go in for a 'arf of bitters without a bloomin' graveyard mist comin' up be'ind yer back!" Then the door slammed; the modern prototype of the "roaring girl" vanished, and another voice-hoarse, that of a man-was heard:
  • ID It was then that Id went up and released the stream and opened the dam and undid the fixing of the Gae Bulga.
  • ie ie, Joe Harrington described Chris and Ciaras podcasts as "weird, clever, current and very funny".
  • old-fashioned A small wood fire was crackling in one of those old-fashioned country grates, and beside it was seated a strikingly handsome young man, who was reading earnestly out of a fat little book.

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