Correct spelling for IA

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Possible correct spellings for ia

  • aa US diplomatic representation: chief of mission: Ambassador William John HUGHES embassy: Avenida Balboa and Calle 38, Apartado 6959, Panama City 5 mailing address: American Embassy Panama, Unit 0945, APO AA 34002 telephone: [507] 227-1377 FAX: [507] 227-1964
  • ai Y in hymn; e in England; u in busy; o in women; ee in been; and ai in captain.
  • ba But, get one or two of our Wangoni to talk, and he may, or may not, tell you something about them; for the Ba-gcatya are, like the Wangoni themselves, a Zulu offshoot, only far more conservative in the old Zulu traditions, and of purer blood.
  • ca So Ca Boo-Ug swam out and brought the plant to shore.
  • cia After the Department received a telegram from the CIA indicating that Oswald had made an inquiry at the Russian Embassy in Mexico City, and that you took certain action as a result of looking at the file?
  • da Giovanni da Ponte, Painter of Florence.
  • ea Thus Ea-ton, a name scattered all along the Thames, from its very source to the last reaches, is the "tun" by the water or stream.
  • ga Moving to Camp Nelson, we were paid on the 3rd of July, to June 30th 1864. On the following morning, July 4th, we set out on our long march to Atlanta, Ga.
  • ia W. F. Bennett, 39 Ia.
  • ida I asked, and Ida Mary shook her head.
  • ii 61, 62; of Mortmain, ii.
  • il Or va; repudia il valor prisco, e sposa L' ozio, e fra il sangue, i gemiti, e le strida Nel periglio maggior dormi e riposa!
  • in
  • io
  • ir
  • ira
  • iv
  • iva
  • ix
  • tia
  • If Yes, sir, if I can remember it all.
  • It
  • Via
  • Ian " Ian did right, Rahal.
  • Ila
  • Ina
  • Kia
  • Mia
  • BIA Bia. Zeus, Behold me patient!
  • IPA
  • ID 29, 'nostri ad dimicandum procedunt, id quod adversarios existimabamus esse facturos.
  • ie Australian National University (ANU) academic Edward Aspinall argued that the historical experience of Aceh during the Indonesian National Revolution led to a “path-dependent” development for Acehnese separatism – ie.
  • old-fashioned

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