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Possible correct spellings for le

  • Ge
  • The word for the sun at perth is nganga, whilst at adelaide it is tin-dee; but the word used by the natives at encounter bay, south australia, thirty-six miles from adelaide, is ngon-ge, and the word used in the southern districts of western australia for the stars is tiendee: thus by extending the vocabularies of the two places the identity of the language is shown.

  • De
  • "i come de las'.

  • Lo
  • 39 -13 -57 lo.

  • Ie
  • If cous-in jam-ie were on a vis-it at the same time, per-haps he would mount gyp-sy, the po-ny, and ride a-long by am-y's side.

  • Lew
  • I think, however, with jack and lew handling the paddles, you will slip by safely.

  • Lp
  • Executive branch: chief of state: president kiro gligorov (since 27 january 1991) head of government: prime minister branko crvenkovski (since 4 september 1992) cabinet: council of ministers elected by the majority vote of all the deputies in the assembly; note - after the withdrawal of the liberal party (lp) from the ruling coalition in early 1996, the council of ministers was reorganized without lp participation elections: president elected by popular vote for a five-year term; election last held 16 october 1994 (next to be held na 1999) election results: kiro gligorov elected president; percent of vote - na

  • Led
  • She led me across the room.

  • Lie
  • It gave the lie to her morbidness.

  • Leg
  • I can feel the pain of it in my leg now when i think of it, though it were over twenty-seven year ago.

  • Lye
  • One rule may be safely trusted-if your lye will bear up an egg, or a potato, so that you can see a piece of the surface as big as ninepence, it is just strong enough.

  • L
  • 61; c. williamson, 10,841; l.f.u. garriock, 12,478, etc.

  • Ce
  • And a fixed occupation is something of an advantage at times, n'est-ce-pas?

  • Lt
  • Joseph p., 85. cochrane, alexander, 103. colbraith, jeremiah jones, 41. colden, lt.

  • Easy-Going
  • As the warm summer days slipped by, it became more and more apparent to the parson that his friend, the widow, had become entirely fascinated by the lighthearted easy-going prince.

  • La
  • 4. de la mennais.

  • Le
  • I need not tell le why, but simply that i do.

  • Lr
  • Laos la la lao 418 lao . la latvia lg lv lva 428 lva . lv lebanon le lb lbn 422 lbn . lb lesotho lt ls lso 426 lso . ls liberia li lr lbr 430 lbr . lr libya ly ly lby 434 lby . ly liechtenstein ls li lie 438 lie . li lithuania lh lt ltu 440 ltu . lt luxembourg lu lu lux 442 lux . lu

  • Fe
  • "good morning, santa fe-male," he answered, cheerily.

  • Lee
  • Photo courtesy of margaret mary lee.

  • Lc
  • Currency: 1 cypriot pound (lc) = 100 cents; 1 turkish lira (tl) = 100 kurus

  • Lea
  • The crows upon the swelling hills, the cows upon the lea, sheep feeding by the pasture rills, are ever dear to me, because sweet freedom is their mate, while i am lone and desolate.

  • Be
  • To-morrow there will not be time for it."

  • Lg
  • Deg. deg. 6. 3. 6. 3. 100 100 june 18 62 77 e. ne. rn. lt. wd. do. do. t. lg. 19 54 69 n. w. cloudy lt. wd. clear do. 20 57 69 e. s. clear lt. wd. do. do. 21 58 70 e. se. cloudy lt. wd. clear do. 22 60 66 e. se. cloudy do. do. do. rn. 23 60 64 se. ne. rain lt. wd. do. do. rn. 24 63 71 w. s. cloudy lt. wd. do. do.

  • Ls
  • Alain had respectfully presented to her beautifully bound copies of atala and ls genie du christianisme; it is astonishing, indeed, how he had already contrived to regulate her tastes in literature.

  • Ll
  • 800 and 900; in ywain and gawin the references appear at ll.

  • Lb
  • My bill, among other things, read: "400 lb.

  • Let
  • Well, now-oh, be quiet, linn, and let me have it out!

  • Me
  • What is he to me?

  • Les
  • La vie politique dans les deux mondes.

  • Ln
  • Pinch the nostrils, and try to pronounce slowly the words "lincoln," "something," or any other words which require the sound of m, ln, or ng.

  • Leo
  • "i'll bring him to his senses," growled leo.

  • Li
  • When she was alone with li chia, shih-niang asked: "where shall we go when we have left the capital?

  • Len
  • "no, len, i'll go off by myself, before anyone knows i'm back-hallo!

  • Lei
  • Ella guardava suso, ed io in lei.

  • Ole
  • Tell yo' ole mammy dat nuss you?

  • Lu
  • All prayers for fruitage and increase - of men, of animals, and of crops - all prayers for deliverance from the fierce forces of the physical world are made to him; and once each month the pa'-tay ceremony, entreating lu-ma'-wig for fruitage and health, is performed for the pueblo group by an hereditary class of men called "pa'-tay - a priesthood in process of development.

  • Ale
  • And poor will, that used to sell us ale at the hall-door, his wife and three children died, all, i think, in a day.

  • He
  • "'well,' he said to me, 'how did i do it?

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