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  • be Where shall you be?
  • ce Est-ce que je m'y attendais?
  • de Plew, De Sarapide, p.
  • die What if he should die?
  • fe "I'll be in Santa Fe soon after you git thar.
  • ge Mother at bedside; told me she said she was going to Jesus; "Ma, jij het nou ver mij twintig jaar ge had en nou wil die Heere vir mij he" (Mother, you have had me twenty years, and now the Lord wants me); quite unconscious when we prayed; poor mother, the helplessness, utter helplessness of Love!
  • he He was unhappy, nevertheless.
  • hie At this brave Wolfhart spake: "I will hie me hence and ask for tidings of what they have done, and will tell you then, my most dear lord, just as I find it, what the wail may be."
  • i'd Good Lord, I'd forgotten her!"
  • ia F. Donyley, 27 R. I. J. W. Drake, 136 N. Y. C. D. Dillard, 7 Ia.
  • ice Like scorpions in the hands of the mighty tornarssuit the wind now steadily beat upon the ice.
  • ii 6 Trevisa, John of, ii.
  • ike Ike is beyond the breakers for mine.
  • il In Switzerland, we do not think it comme il faut."
  • in Milly replied in reproof.
  • io O Hymen Hymenaee io, 175 O Hymen Hymenaee.
  • ir Isl. and Su. G. bat; C. B. and Ir. bad, cymba.
  • ire Farmer Blaize looked straight at the boy, undismayed by the dark flush of ire he had kindled.
  • iv 308. Flaxman, John, iv.
  • le Perhaps, after all, we are quite as well sur le tapis as it is.
  • lie You gave me a chance to get out by a lie.
  • me "Dear me, no," I exclaimed.
  • ne This was the climax, he thought, the ne plus ultra of it all!
  • pie "That isn't apple pie," he said.
  • re Bolingbroke re-appeared again and again in England.
  • se Mais qu'il est facheux de se rendre Quand le bonheur est suspendu!
  • tie Doesn't he look well in a white silk tie?
  • vie In the stagnant waters of our grassy ditches, the flat shells, the humble Planorbes, sometimes no bigger than a duckweed, vie with the Ammonite and the Nautilus in matters of higher geometry.
  • Fie But Cicely knew him by his steeple-hat, and tucked her hand behind her, saying, " Fie, sir, thou art greedy!"
  • I'm As I told you, I'm not at all sure that I believe one word of it.
  • It Is it you, sir?
  • Oe The "oe" ligature in the word manoeuver is represented as [oe].
  • ID Sed Tarquinius id multo risit magis, dixitque anum iam procul dubio delirare.
  • ie Re-designated: 198th Airlift Squadron, 1 October 1998 Assignments 507th Fighter Group, 12 October 1944 – 27 May 1946 Puerto Rico Air National Guard, 23 November 1947 Allocated to: Caribbean Air Command 156th Tactical Fighter Group, 10 April 1958 156th Fighter Group, 15 March 1992 156th Operations Group, 1 October 1995 – present Stations Bruning Army Airfield, Nebraska, 20 October 1944 Dalhart Army Airfield, Texas, 15 December 1944 – 30 April 1945 Ie Shima Airfield, Okinawa, 24 June 1945 Yontan Airfield, Okinawa, 29 January-27 May 1946.
  • old-fashioned It is certainly far superior to the dull, old-fashioned commentaries which were formerly used to produce compression of the brain in their unfortunate readers.
  • easy-going GALLIO, the Roman proconsul of Achaia in the days of St. Paul, before whom the Jews of Corinth brought an appeal against the latter, but which he treated with careless indifference as no affair of his, in consequence of which his name has become the synonym of an easy-going ruler or prince.

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