How to spell LIA correctly?

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  • cia "Do you mean," I asked, "that the cousin with whom the man was first in love was Marcia Raynor, Mother Anastasia?"
  • ia Isn't it so-eh, Maria?"
  • la When I was talking this meeting up at such a rate, I thought I could count on 'er; but, la me!
  • lea Indifferent to the weather Craven chose to stay on deck and stood throughout the crossing under lea of the deckhouse where it was possible to keep a pipe alight.
  • li Other coincidences with Jeremiah may be noted in 1. 2, li.
  • liar "That's for calling me a liar," was Freke's reply.
  • lid "I thought yesterday was the grand opening for that lid of yours.
  • lie Of course I don't care much if you did tell him, only-" "You've just as good as said I've told a lie!"
  • lii LETTER LII. Miss Howe to Clarissa.
  • lima Also there's something familiar about the bushy eyebrows and the lima bean ears.
  • lin Chin Chon Eg Lin Ton.
  • lip But we'll keep a stiff upper lip, and make believe we do!"
  • lira Procession, succeeds dance, 3 Prompter, 200 Realism, Italian, 61 "Recitar alla lira," 114, 170 Recitative, in liturgical drama, 10 in first secular plays, 114 Florentine, 118, 212, 224 beginnings, 177 in comic opera, 181 impulses leading to modern, 207 et seq.
  • lit 267; Teuffel, R. Lit.
  • liza Liza Hope had sent word.
  • tia Billie obeyed, sulkily seating herself opposite Tia Luz-who was bolt upright behind the coffee urn, with a mien expressing dignified disapproval.
  • Lib If one preferred, he might drink Burgundy ad lib.
  • Via Baron Zwiedineck sent a wireless report of this interview to his Government via Nauen.
  • Kia Political pressure groups and leaders: National Coalition individuals legitimately elected to the People's Assembly but not recognized by the military regime; the group fled to a border area and joined with insurgents in December 1990 to form a parallel government; Kachin Independence Army or KIA; United Wa State Army or UWSA; Karen National Union or KNU; several Shan factions; All Burma Student Democratic Front or ABSDF
  • Lila Say, I saw Tom Van Dorn's little Lila in the store this morning-isn't she the beauty-bluest eyes, and the sweetest, saddest, dearest little face-and say, man-I do believe Tom's kind of figuring up what he missed along that line.
  • Lina The remarkable popularity which Lina Sandell's hymns attained within a comparatively short time was due to a large extent to the music written for them by Oskar Ahnfelt, a "spiritual troubadour" of his day.
  • Lisa The General hustled Lisa away, muttering oaths beneath his great white moustache.
  • Liz Liz was turning down the cover of the empty bed, and the Nurse, with tired but shining eyes, was wheeling in the operating table.
  • Mia Then suddenly, so suddenly that Fenella and her grandma both leapt, there sounded from behind the largest wool shed, that had a trail of smoke hanging over it, " Mia-oo-oo-O-O!"
  • Ilia The mechanism of the human sacrum is that of a suspension bridge slung between the two pillars or ilia by the very strong posterior sacro-iliac ligaments which represent the chains.
  • BIA Bia. O, hear my oath!
  • LIQ of liq. strychniae, which at the time of their appearance had not removed the symptoms of snake-poison.
  • LIX LIX "There lying wounded, mongst the hurt and slain, Of these my wrongs thou shalt the vengeance bear, And oft Armida shalt thou call in vain, At thy last gasp; this hope I soon to hear:" Here fainted she, with sorrow, grief and pain, Her latest words scant well expressed were, But in a swoon on earth outstretched she lies, Stiff were her frozen limbs, closed were her eyes.

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