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  • aa It has already been pointed out that the religion of the Babylonians in all probability had two stages before arriving at that in which the god Merodach occupied the position of chief of the pantheon, the two preceding heads having been, seemingly, Anu, the god of the heavens, and Ea or Aa, also called Enki, the god of the abyss and of deep wisdom.
  • ba Had he not offered himself instead of Holmes, it would have been, for he would have remained with the Ba-gcatya, and Hazon would have returned alone.
  • ca Brattleboro Samuel Barker and ca.
  • da Youghal and his instructress in worldly wisdom were looking straight across the table at the Leonardo da Vinci girl with the grave reflective eyes and the over-emphasised air of repose.
  • ea Originally, Ea is the god to whom the direct appeal was made.
  • fa He peeped at his father and whispered: "May I, Fa?"
  • ga She says, "goo goo," and "ga ga."
  • ha "Egli ha fatto veramente un fanatismo a Padua," was her expression.
  • ia We know that there are large numbers of pecan trees at Burlington, Ia., and that the trees grow and bear well.
  • jab But by the time the next wave comes over, or the third wave comes, the stretcher bearers are supposed to have cleared the trenches of wounded enemies, and after that every soldier is supposed to jab his bayonet in every bag in the trenches, as he is expected to jab every dead body, to prevent an enemy from playing possum and then getting to a presumably disabled enemy machine gun and shooting our soldiers in the back.
  • jag Arethusa arose From her couch of snows In the Acroceraunian mountains,- From cloud and from crag, With many a jag, Shepherding her bright fountains.
  • jam They were dandy cakes, with jam in them.
  • jan Jan held out her hand and Tony took it doubtfully.
  • jar Ini-init asked her, "What are you doing with that stick which you are breaking, which you put in the jar?"
  • jaw There's been quite enough o' this gashly jaw.
  • jay The blue jay stands by us, of course.
  • jv
  • la
  • ma
  • na
  • ra
  • sa
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  • J 1860 R. P. Fitzgerald, Trinity Hall, and J. P. Ingham, Third Trinity.
  • Jo
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  • JD The Bonnaroo Comedy Theatre: Lewis Black and Kjell Bjorgen Blue Room Café: JD & The Straight Shot The Rockwells Tim Lee Band Troo Music Lounge: Abigail Washburn Leslie Woods Mitch Rutman Group Bojones Cinema Tent: Before the Music Dies Press On Sierra Leones Refugee All Stars Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith 2006 NBA Finals Game Five

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