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  • ail Then pick out the hilltops and ridges and you have a body to clothe with ail the details that will be revealed by a close and careful study of what the map maker has recorded.
  • il Il n'est pas douteux qu'elle ne les ait cherchees.
  • jail A short time afterwards a Federal officer arrested Judge Pennington, and he was dragged off to jail.
  • jib If that is so I have no doubt about its being the Good Venture, for we blew our jib away in a storm off Ostend, and had a new one about four months ago."
  • jig I scratched his face all to a flitter jig, and soon made him cry out for quarters in good earnest.
  • jilt My Love is all Madness and Folly, Alone I lie, Toss, tumble, and cry, What a happy Creature is Polly! Was e'er such a Wretch as I! With rage I redden like Scarlet, That my dear inconstant Varlet, Stark blind to my Charms, Is lost in the Arms Of that Jilt, that inveigling Harlot! Stark blind to my Charms, Is lost in the Arms Of that Jilt, that inveigling Harlot! This, this my Resentment alarms.
  • mil Mil siglos durad guardados en la urna Y en la remembranza de nuestra Nacion.
  • nil The egg supplied the materials necessary for their tiny frames; and, as the loss of waste substance is, for the moment, excessively small, or even nil, additional plastic food is not needed so long as the beastie does not grow.
  • oil To reach No. 45 we went along a very dark underground passage dimly lighted by an oil lamp.
  • Jill "He's as handsome as a prince," Jill said.
  • Til Ye see ye're ane o' the faimily, an' whatever ye du, I maun haud my face til.
  • Jim What had taken Jim Courtot into that country?
  • Gil This branch of the great story-telling family has, as we know, a long descent and an illustrious pedigree, although for our present purpose we need not go back further than the eighteenth century, to Gil Blas in France and Tom Jones in England.
  • JUL Jul Spare me, my Lord.

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