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  • al Then, in anticipation of our discovery by Pennington, I instructed the attorney to prepare the complaint and petition for a restraining order against Seth Pennington et al.
  • cl Mrs. Cl--, of S--, in the county of S--, had a beloved daughter, who had been a long time ill, and received no benefit from her physicians.
  • col When informed by his aid, Col.
  • fl drachm ii; Tr. Ferri Chloridi fl. drachm ii; Syrupi fl. oz. iv. M.
  • il Et il avait une chance!
  • ob She wants to cut a shine 'mong de angels, an' her quilt's most done, jus' one corner ob it lef'.
  • oh Oh, how thoughtful of you!
  • oil What a start it gave me as I heard him utter the word "oil."
  • ola " Ola, my friends!" he said, at once aroused, "Hell's door of brass hath been opened, and the devils are loose! Keep we together-"
  • old He would have it he was old enough to be my grandfather.
  • on 46,000, on the Parma.
  • or 27, 29, 30, 20. 1411 Or.
  • os This change is most noticeable in the region of the toe and the commencement of the quarters, the os pedis appearing as though pushed backwards by the escaping fluid collected between the wall and the bone.
  • owl So they had nothing to fear from any one save Hooty the Owl.
  • pol As for Saint- Pol, who ground his teeth over it, I would have a different answer for him.
  • sol Sol wrestled for a few seconds with the back door and finally tore it completely from its hinges.
  • tl Agrotis edmondsi Butler, 1882 Agrotis emboloma Lower, 1918 Agrotis endogaea Boisduval, 1837 Agrotis epicremna Meyrick, 1899 Agrotis eremata (Butler, 1880) Agrotis evanescens Rothschild 1894 Agrotis exclamationis Linnaeus, 1758 – Heart-and-dart Moth Agrotis experta (Walker, 1869) †Agrotis fasciata Hübner, 1824 – Midway Noctuid Moth Agrotis fatidica Hübner, 1824 Agrotis fortunata Draudt, 1938 Agrotis frosya Pekarsky, 2014 TL: Bering Island Agrotis giffardi (Swezey, 1932) Agrotis gladiaria Morrison, 1875 – Swordsman Dart Moth, Clay-backed Cutworm Moth Agrotis graslini Rambur, 1848 Agrotis gravis Grote, 1874 Agrotis gypaetina Guenée, 1852 Agrotis haesitans Walker, 1857 Agrotis haifae Staudinger, 1897 Agrotis hephaestaea (Meyrick, 1899) Agrotis herzogi Rebel, 1911 Agrotis hispidula Guenée, 1852 Agrotis incognita Staudinger, 1888 Agrotis inconsequens Rothschild, 1920 Agrotis infusa Boisduval, 1832 – Bogong Agrotis innominata Hudson, 1898 Agrotis interjectionis Guénée, 1852 Agrotis ipsilon Hufnagel, 1766 – Ipsilon Dart Moth, Dark Sword-grass Moth Agrotis iremeli Nupponen, Ahola & Kullberg, 2001 †Agrotis kerri Swezey, 1920 – Kerrs Noctuid Moth Agrotis kinabaluensis Holloway, 1976 Agrotis kingi McDunnough, 1932 Agrotis lanzarotensis Rebel, 1894 (syn: Agrotis selvagensis Pinker & Bacallado, 1978) Agrotis lasserrei (Oberthür, 1881) Agrotis lata Treitschke, 1835 †Agrotis laysanensis Rothschild, 1894 – Laysan Noctuid Moth Agrotis longicornis Lafontaine & Troubridge, 2004 Agrotis longidentifera (Hampson, 1903) Agrotis luehri Mentzer & Moberg, 1987 Agrotis magnipunctata Prout, 1922 Agrotis malefida Guénée, 1852 – Rascal Dart Moth, Pale-sided Cutworm Moth Agrotis manifesta Morrison, 1875 Agrotis margelanoides (Boursin, 1944) †Agrotis melanoneura Meyrick, 1899 – Black-Veined Agrotis Noctuid Moth Agrotis mayrorum Ronkay & Huemer, 2018 Agrotis mazeli Ronkay & Huemer, 2018 Agrotis mesotoxa Meyrick, 1899 †Agrotis microreas Meyrick, 1899 – Microreas Agrotis Noctuid Moth Agrotis militaris Staudinger, 1888 (syn: Rhyacia furushonis Matsumura, 1925) Agrotis mollis Walker, 1857 Agrotis munda Walker, 1857 – Brown Cutworm Moth, Pink Cutworm Moth Agrotis obesa Boisduval, 1829 Agrotis obliqua Smith, 1903 Agrotis orthogonia Morrison, 1876 – Pale Western Cutworm Moth †Agrotis panoplias Meyrick, 1899 – Kona Agrotis Noctuid Moth Agrotis patricei Viette, 1959 Agrotis perigramma Meyrick, 1899 †Agrotis photophila Butler, 1879 – Light-loving Noctuid Moth Agrotis pierreti (Bugnion, 1837) Agrotis plumiger Krüger, 2005 Agrotis poliophaea Turner, 1926 Agrotis poliotis Hampson, 1903 Agrotis porphyricollis Guénée, 1852 – Variable Cutworm Moth †Agrotis procellaris Meyrick, 1900 – Procellaris Grotis Noctuid Moth Agrotis psammocharis Boursin, 1950 Agrotis psammophaea Meyrick, 1899 Agrotis puta Hübner, 1803 – Shuttle-shaped Dart Moth Agrotis radians Guénée, 1852 Agrotis rileyana (Morrison, 1875) Agrotis ripae Hübner, 1823 – Sand Dart Moth Agrotis robustior Smith, 1899 Agrotis ruta Eversmann, 1851 Agrotis sabulosa Rambur, 1839 Agrotis sardzeana Brandt, 1941 Agrotis schawerdai Bytinski-Salz, 1937 Agrotis scruposa (Draudt, 1936) Agrotis segetum Denis & Schiffermüller, 1775 – Turnip Moth Agrotis sesamioides Rebel, 1907 Agrotis simplonia Geyer, 1832 Agrotis spinifera Hübner, 1808 – Gregsons Dart Moth Agrotis stenibergmani (Bryk, 1941) (syn: Rhyacia stenibergmani poverina Bryk, 1942) Agrotis stigmosa Morrison, 1875 Agrotis striata Lafontaine, 2004 Agrotis subalba Walker, 1857 Agrotis submolesta Püngeler, 1900 Agrotis syricola Corti & Draudt, 1933 Agrotis taiwana B.
  • xl 3. 34 Isaiah, xl.
  • L 56. An Iceberg L. L. Noble.
  • Lo I looked to the sky, And lo!
  • Oe The oe and ae ligatures in the text has been left as it appears in the original book.
  • Oz Do not give him a grain or a drop of opening medicine, but in lieu thereof, administer, by means of a 6 oz.
  • Ot We may assert with the utmost certainty that, on the eve of the Hebrew invasion, there was not a baptismal name in England of average popularity that had not attached to it in daily converse one or other of these diminutives-kin, cock, in, on, ot, and et; not a name, too, that, before it had thus attached them, had not been shorn of all its fulness, and curtailed to a monosyllabic nick form.
  • Ole That's my ole shootin' stick, sartin.
  • BL 16. Bl. L. The person addressed is the prophet Muhammad.
  • LL "Wel-ll-but I saw a man dragged, once.
  • PL 31 See also Holbein's drawing of Thomas More with his family, Pl.
  • UL The fugitives found their way to Sikandra, which was the centre of Najib's new fief; and the Prince, after staying some time under the protection of the Amir-ul-Umra, ultimately reached Lucknow, where, after a vain attempt to procure the co-operation of the new Viceroy in an attack upon the British, he was eventually obliged to seek the protection of that alien power.
  • AOL Kyte: acquired by KIT Digital, January 2011 Move Networks: December 2010 acquisition of EchoStar PopularMedia: acquired by StrongMail, June 2009 Pure Digital Technologies: Cisco acquisition in May 2009 Quigo: acquired by AOL December 2007 Rosum: sold to TruePosition in December 2010 Scrapblog: sold to Mixbook December 2010 Sometrics: acquired by American Express, September 2011 56.
  • VOL 64, 65, 66, one vol.
  • FOL Prologue initial on fol. 6^a supplied in blue with pen ornamentation in red. Chapter initials and paragraph-marks in alternate red and blue.
  • OI It's a little too much of the oi polloi for the Judge.
  • OJ Byzantine was formed in the spring of 2000 by bassist Chris "Cid" Adams, lead guitarist Tony Rohrbough, drummer Jeremy Freeman, and vocalist/rhythm guitarist Chris "OJ" Ojeda after their former bands, New Family and Temper, disbanded.
  • OW Well, that means silveh, an' it's ow lan'."

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