Correct spelling for IM

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Possible correct spellings for im

  • aim "What is the use of that," said Richard, smiling, "if I cannot aim straight?"
  • bm [Note 90: tri comartha cluanaide N clu aenaigh M cluaenaige B teinn L tind BM abocht HLec abhacht M co n-imnead no imdergad HLec co n-uaithiss L co n-aitis N]
  • cm Occasionally, when we spoke a word of English, some officer would shoot us a 42 cm.
  • dim The Phantom thanked his lucky star that the lights in the hall were dim.
  • em There's no dancin' nor carousin'; but it takes in the decentish sort of women, and turns 'em out as bad as the men.
  • fm Telecommunications: relatively efficient domestic system based on islandwide radio relay network; 190,000 telephones; stations-120 AM, no FM, 18 TV, 6 shortwave; 1 coaxial submarine cable; 1 Atlantic Ocean INTELSAT earth station
  • gm Gm. Certhiae familiaris, palustris, et Caroliniana.
  • hm You confess, then, hm, hm, you were not, hm, attending to your own work.
  • ia Ki Synteng ki batai ia ka jinglong tynrai ki Siem Suhtnga kumne.
  • ii 234 Bow, the English, ii.
  • il She liked to fancy, 'Che il ciel L'abbia concesso, Bradamante cangiata in miglior sesso.
  • imf International organization participation: BSEC, CCC, CE, CEI, CIS, EAPC, EBRD, ECE, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICRM, IFC, IFRCS, IHO, ILO, IMF, IMO, Inmarsat, Intelsat (nonsignatory user), Interpol, IOC, IOM (observer), ISO, ITU, MONUC, NAM (observer), NSG, OAS (observer), OPCW, OSCE, PCA, PFP, UN, UN Security Council (temporary), UNAMSIL, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNIDO, UNIFIL, UNMEE, UNMIBH, UNMIK, UNMOP, UNMOT, UNTAET, UPU, WCL, WFTU, WHO, WIPO, WMO, WToO, WTrO (observer), ZC
  • imo And now, amiable and considerate reader, you have "ab imo pectore" my honest avouch for what I propose to lay before you, and a plain confession of my weaknesses.
  • imp She was curled on it, leaning on an elbow, like an imp from another world.
  • in Pseudolus, 1081:- 'Nugas theatri: verba quae in comoediis Solent lenoni dici, quae pueri sciunt.
  • io Io sono contessa Rocca di Santo Fiume!
  • ir 20. Oxide of Iridium, Ir^{2}O^{3}.
  • ism car' goes em bar' go im mor' tal ized prin' ci ple col' o nists rep re sen ta' tion de ri' sion pa' tri ot ism Phil a del' phi a
  • iv 1 367 In a Gondola 1842 iv.
  • mi Kansas; from island, 88 mi.
  • rim When I looked back Jones stood on the rim with the fresh glow of dawn shining on his face.
  • vim
  • Him I was a pickaninny myse'f, an' I b'longed to him.
  • I'm " I'm afraid it's no go.
  • It What is it-what is it?
  • M 142. 1811 M. Aurel.
  • Om Or from the word Om, which I said?
  • Jim "Let me tell you, Jim, 'twon't do just to let him alone.
  • Kim I'll tell Lil and her folks, Kim and her people, the whole ad-hoc.
  • Tim In a few minutes Little Tim stood before the door, holding the bridles of the two horses.
  • UM Um, what do they get, now?
  • IBM In late 1970, Heard Baumeister provided equations to calculate characters per inch achievable by two IBM bar codes, Delta A and Delta B.
  • AM "Wal," ses Linkin, "what am I to do?
  • WM
  • ID 252, 3. 3065 Id.
  • ie Jerrie spelled her name with an ie now, instead of a y. She was twenty years old; she had been a student at Vassar for four years, together with Nina St. Claire and Ann Eliza Peterkin, and was with them to be graduated in June.
  • old-fashioned Beside the fireplace, and nearly opposite the door, seated in a large, old-fashioned elbow-chair, was placed the figure of a lady.
  • unmarkedly

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