How to spell IP correctly?

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  • dip He said he had taken a dip in the fountain of eternal youth and never intended to get a day older than he was.
  • dp Mongolia unicameral State Great Hural 76 seats; members elected by popular vote to serve four-year terms elections: last held 29 June 2008 (next to be held in June 2012) election results: percent of vote by party - NA; seats by party - MPRP 47, DP 26, others 3; note - results are disputed
  • gp Saint Barthelemy TB BL BLM 652 - . bl ccTLD . fr and . gp may also be used
  • hip His left leg was cut off close by the hip, and under the left shoulder he carried a crutch, which he managed with wonderful dexterity, hopping about upon it like a bird.
  • ia This incipient Classis met next in the autumn of the same year at Peh-chui-ia, a church under the care of the English Presbyterian brethren.
  • ii 182, 195, 215, 285, 487; ii.
  • il "Il a connu l'ivresse de la victoire: il a vu fuir l'ennemi"-so a friend announced it.
  • imp I should like to give that little black imp a good shaking."
  • in Time we had the servants in.
  • io Io. Why, so she is; come follow me and see; He bring ye strait where they remaining bee.
  • ir keber, a rafter; Ir. cabar, a coupling; Teut.
  • iv 116, 117. Unconventionalities, iv.
  • kip Kip Burland thrashed his way through the bushes to the border of the thicket.
  • lip You must tell your dentist that you have a lip problem before your appointment.
  • lp I will borrow your laptop.
  • mp
  • nip I need to nip that problem in the bud.
  • np This is a new paragraph.
  • pip
  • rip I ripped the paper.
  • sip
  • tip I would recommend trying this recipe at least once- it's really delicious and goes really well with a green salad.
  • up
  • vip He's in the VIP section.
  • yip I heard a noise in the kitchen, it sounded like someone was yipping.
  • zip The package was zipped up.
  • It It was Scroggs's daughter.
  • P Peter paid for his purchase with his plastic.
  • BP Orlton, Adam, bp. of Hereford and Winchester, 185, 187, 195, 196.
  • JP Prof James Balfour JP (1705–1795) was a Scottish advocate and philosopher.
  • AP On their return, however, Ap Reece, who was exploring in a sheltered bay hitherto unvisited, shouted to Waymouth and the rest to come to him. They descended, and a spectacle met their view which told too clearly the sad history of those who had once inhabited that lovely island.
  • PP I have a pile of papers on my desk, PP.
  • WP
  • IPA Adyghe (/ˈædɪɡeɪ/ or /ˌɑːdɪˈɡeɪ/; Adyghe: Адыгабзэ, Adygabzæ IPA: [aːdəɣaːbza]), also known as West Circassian (КӀахыбзэ, K’axybzæ), is one of the two official languages of the Republic of Adygea in the Russian Federation, the other being Russian.
  • KP Kings Players is a premier basketball organization.
  • OP
  • ID 106, 103; and the eye-glasses, 106; carefulness in dress, 107; pianoforte-playing, 110-114; touch and own opinion of, 114; warns pupils against, id.
  • ie Another independent security analysis, performed by a group of researchers at Newcastle University in 2014, shows a range of security vulnerabilities in the implementation of the private mode across four major browsers (IE, Firefox, Chrome and Safari).

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