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  • az Hiz family looks upon him az the gratest man that the world haz had the honor to produce lately, and tho he gits snubbed often amungst folks, lie rekompenses himself bi going home and snubbing hiz family.
  • biz The Aalto University School of Business (Aalto BIZ, Finnish: Aalto-yliopiston kauppakorkeakoulu; Swedish: Aalto-universitets handelshögskola), is the largest business school in Finland.
  • hz The cycle per second was a once-common English name for the unit of frequency now known as the hertz ( Hz).
  • i'd No, I'd have to look it up.
  • ia Salevao said he would become loose stones, and that everything which grew would be sa ia Moa, or sacred to Moa, till his hair was cut.
  • ii 46, 59, 65, 69, 189-191, 201, 354-355. Baylen, ii.
  • il Parlez, que faut-il faire?
  • in 6. A-non', in a short time, soon.
  • io Io. Then It is his wife shall tear him from his throne?
  • ir " Ir ye gauin' to hang me, ye she-deevil?" he cried, making a futile attempt to grasp the chain with his bound hands.
  • iv 49. Praed, Winthrop Mackworth, iv.
  • ix The Septuagint and Vulgate unite Psalms ix.
  • wiz You wouldn't still fool around wiz ze foolish law, ze silly court?
  • If I wonder if I know?"
  • I'm I'm on to her all right, all right.
  • It It is 5 o'clock.
  • Z The sound given to z is not the sound which it has in German and Italian; but its power in English is convenient and correct.
  • Oz Thereafter the three Imps will become good citizens of the Land of Oz and I think you will find they will prove faithful subjects of our beloved Princess Ozma."
  • Liz Liz took no manner of pains to improve herself any more than Laura did; but Laura was full of uneasy little affectations, capricious changes of manner, and shyness, and Liz was absolutely simple, and as confiding as a child.
  • DZ Pp = z, Pq = z + dz; Op' = [rho], Oq' = [rho] + d[rho],
  • CZ cz), the Party of Civic Rights (SPO), Freeholder Party of the Czech Republic (SsČR) and the Ostravak political movement.
  • NZ Norfolk Island Australia, other Pacific island countries, NZ, Asia, Europe (2006)
  • ID Maype you haf heardt uf dose poem enditled 'Big Injun on der Rhine,' ain'd id?
  • ie The several Greek words from which the English word baptism has been formed are used by Greek writers (in classical antiquity, in the Septuagint, and in the New Testament) with a great latitude of meaning, including "to make Christian" and "baptisma pyros (baptism of fire)" — The University of Texas at Austin, College of Liberal Arts, Linguistics Research Center, Indo-European Lexicon, PIE (Proto-Indo-European) Etymon and IE (Indo-European) Reflexes: "baptism" and "baptize", Greek baptein, baptizein, baptos — New Advent, Catholic Encyclopedia: "Baptism": Etymology — Spirit Restoration, Theological Terms: A to B Dictionary: "baptize" (scroll down to "baptism") — Online Etymological Dictionary: "baptize" — International Standard Bible Encyclopedia: "baptism" — two parallel online sources, Search God's Word and Eliyah, for "Strong's numbers": Strongs Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible: Greek Lexicon 907 βαπτίζω "baptize"/907 baptizo "baptize", 908 βάπτισμα "baptism"/908 baptisma "baptism", 909 βαπτισμός "baptisms"/909 baptismos "baptisms", and 910 βαπτστἠς "baptist"/910 baptistes "baptist".
  • old-fashioned A desk, a deck chair, a bench and a couple of old-fashioned windsor chairs; a small table, on which breakfast things were set, an old saddle, a rack of guns and rifles, a few trophies of the chase in the shape of skins and antelope heads comprised the furniture and decorations of the room.

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