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- ala Five miles beyond Ala they would be on Venetian soil, and already they saw the lights of the village twinkling like so many golden candles.
- bola And of those who went with Finn to the Palace of the Quicken Trees, the chief were Gaul Mac Morna; Dathkeen the Strong-limbed; Mac Luga of the Red Hand; Glas Mac Encarda from Beara; the two sons of Aed the Lesser, son of Finn; Racad and Dalgus, the two kings of Leinster; Angus Mac Bresal Bola; and the two leaders of the Connaught Fena, namely, Mac-na-Corra and Corr the Swift-footed.
- cola Cola Mateo, who was no conjurer, neither knew how to comply nor refuse; so next morning, as soon as the Sun with his golden broom had swept away the dirt of the Night from the fields watered by the dawn, he took a basket on his arm and went from street to street, picking up all the stones of peaches, plums, nectarines, apricots, and cherries that he could find.
- kola With the knowledge we now possess of the state of the ice in the Murman Sea-so the sea between Kola and Novaya Zemlya is called on the old maps-it is possible to sail during the latter part of summer from the White Sea to Matotschkin without needing to fear the least hindrance from ice.
- la "Dans la guerre on ne se revoit jamais," said Jeanne.
- ola The other man only kept hurrying along and old Ola Serka was so well pleased that he wanted to laugh aloud.
- old Old "Kameel" was one of the survivors.
- zola Unfortunately, for those who are proof against the attraction of disgusting subjects merely because they are disgusting, M. Zola is one of the dullest of writers.
- Ora Speculum justitiae, ora pro nobis!"
- Ova The finding of fluke ova in the faeces is conclusive evidence of the nature of the disease.
- Olaf The boat was already in the water, with the mate and four seamen aboard, when Matheson, who had hurried below, came again on deck with Olaf in his arms.
- Ila By a concubine he begot Maraja Layla Bahar, Paki Abdu-l-Kahar Ampan, and Hajji Sayk Abdu-r-Rakim, Dinda, Dangsabu, Ila, Talama.
- Lola Lola, regardless of her pompous surroundings, rushed up to the offending chamberlain and loudly made known her exact opinion of him.
- Nola Then carrying aid to the Neapolitans and Nolans, he confirmed the minds of the former, who, indeed, were of their own accord faithful enough to the Romans; but in Nola he found a state of discord, the senate not being able to rule and keep in the common people, who were generally favorers of Hannibal.
- Olga "They're beautiful legs, that iss so," Olga had said, but she hadn't been looking at them when she said it.
- Ole And I come downstairs to look for the ole 'oman, and they told me she was in here 'long of the parson, so I knowed you had come about the telegraph message; and how do you do, sir, this morning?
- Olav Diplomatic representation in US: chief of mission: Ambassador Sir John Olav KERR chancery: 3100 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20008 telephone:  (202) 462-1340 FAX:  (202) 898-4255 consulate(s) general: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco consulate(s): Dallas, Miami, and Seattle
- FLA Described from specimens received from J. H. Girardeau, Monticello, Fla.
- OKLA 483-528; Marvin C. Ross, George Catlin, Episodes from Life Among the Indians and Last Rambles, Norman, Okla.
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