Correct spelling for II

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Possible correct spellings for ii

  • ai A-na-on si Tak-la-yan na-is-ti-lo ai bolo Bin-no-lo ta bin-no-lo na-is-ti-lo ai bo-lo.
  • bi "Bloody" statute against heretics, 1539. Boards and commissions, growth of; must be bi-partisan.
  • ci In the works of Prudhomme and our republican writers, are inserted hundreds of letters, still more cruelly extravagant, from this ci-devant friend of Liberty and Equality, and at present faithful subject, and grand officer of the Legion of Honour, of His Imperial Majesty Napoleon the First.
  • gi 'And I'll gi' thee another,' she answered, with a vicious wag of the head.
  • hi Oree the chief, and his whole family, came on board, to take their last farewell, accompanied by Oo-oo-rou, the Earee di hi, and Boba, the Earee of Otaha, and several of their friends.
  • ia There are northern pecan trees at Charles City, Ia., which many years ago were brought there, but the information I have about them is that they have never borne.
  • ii 73-74, 153-156, 215, 221, 304, 327, 329, 459, 462, 472-474, 477-480; ii.
  • iii 62. 2; 61. 10. Zeller, iii.
  • il You must provide yourself with $10,000 in bills hidden in Saturday's Il Progresso Italiano.
  • in And I want to get in.
  • io To him the need for a border incident culminating in a forced purchase of Soviet Io did not seem as pressing as they thought, but they were, after all, specialists.
  • ir This word, as perhaps originally applied to food, may be from A. S. blaed, fruit of any kind; blaed, bled, also denoted pot-herbs; Ir. bladh, a part; bladh-am, I break.
  • iv 1-6, the princes, iv.
  • ix 508-9. Compare farther the remarks on Amos ix.
  • li Thomas Smith had once lived in a large island thousands of miles away from South Car-o-li-na.
  • mi I did not like to interrupt my narrative merely to relate a puma adventure, but during the time that I was with the Comanches, a Mexican priest, who had for a long time sojourned as instructor among the Indians, arrived in the great village on his way to St. Louis, Mi.
  • ni Vous allez m'oublier, et ne plus penser a moi-ni me voir.
  • pi a^2 + b^2 dU a^2 + b^2 dU [pi][rho]b^2 ----- - = ----- M'-, (14) a^2 - b^2 dt a^2 - b^2 dt
  • ri Niall's nephew, Dathi, also ard-ri, was a great sea king.
  • si La, si, do, re.
  • ti I can tell you that's a beau-ti-ful smell.
  • vi You just help pick up the wood, Vi.
  • vii 432, 'Quod fugiens civile nefas redituraque nunquam libertas ultra Tigrim Rhenumque recessit'; vii.
  • wi When our hands are join'd in love, Ne'er to part again, Mary, Till death ance mair his arrows prove And tak us for his ain, Mary; Then our joys are crown'd wi' bliss! In a hallow'd hour like this, We in rapture join to kiss And taste o' heaven again, Mary.
  • xii 1-4. The text of 1 Kings xii.
  • If And if it didn't work-it didn't work.
  • It "Just what do you know about it?
  • OI "'Ye choonfol Noine! Ye nymphs devoine, Shuprame in Jove's dominions! Assist me loyre, Whoile oi aspoire To cilibreet the Fenians.
  • WII For the Wii video game accessory, see Wii Balance Board.
  • ID Horace may say: Jubeas miserum esse, libenter Quatenus id facit; but few Christians can feel this towards another human being, though of another race, religion, and under another clime.
  • ie C2: administrative county of Cambridgeshire (1889–1974) C3: non-metropolitan/ceremonial county of Cambridgeshire (from 1974) IE: administrative county of the Isle of Ely (1889–1974).
  • old-fashioned The room was illuminated by a big, old-fashioned lamp that stood in a corner, its shade dripping with fawn-colored fringe.

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