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  • al Deal kindly with me and do not fight against me, but leave me to engage with the Kofar-al-Turak, my enemy, and sell me also the provisions which I require for myself and my army."
  • cl When a uni-directional current of electricity is passed through a solution of sodium chloride, the salt is dissociated and the components liberated, Na Cl = Na + Cl. If the elements are not separated, the chlorine combines with the sodium hydrate, formed by the action of the sodium on the water, to form sodium hypochlorite.
  • fl Electoral Councillor Forlivesi is to pay to the proper authorities for a year beginning next month, 15 fl. a month and for the travelling expenses 20 rth. once and for all as soon as the journey is begun.
  • il It had a charming garden, planted with roses, with big, blue Chinese jars at the elbows of the paths and on the porch, and a dear little upper balcony-just such a one as Leonore walks out upon in Il Trovatore-which overlooked the convent and its gardens.
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  • B What does B. B. B. expect?
  • C Don C. What was the play?
  • D 277-288. 2001 D. Chrys.
  • G G. H. Culshaw, M.A., 8vo.
  • H 90 Namur, Captain James H. Whitshed.
  • J 1849 E. M. Clissold, Exeter; J. W. Chitty, Balliol.
  • K You never knew Henry K. Lippett, did you?
  • L
  • Lo
  • M
  • BL Bl. The first order of Paracephalophora Hermaphrodita, Bl. This order has been formed for the purpose of giving a place in the system to the genus Dentalium.
  • LC
  • LG
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  • PL
  • UL
  • F 1. Gorst, P. F., Lady Margaret 10 4 2. Chambers, J. G., Third Trinity 11 8 3. Sanderson, E., Corpus 10 10 4. Smyly, W. C., First Trinity 11 5 5. Fitzgerald.
  • KL
  • easy-going Very shocking and revolting are all the more tragic facts of human life to the smooth-skinned easy-going doll.

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