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  • at Is he at home to-day?"
  • bot The parasitic life of the bot-fly of sheep results in a severe catarrhal inflammation of the mucous membrane lining the sinuses of the head, and a discharge of a heavy, pus-like material from the nostrils.
  • cot For answer the two boys bade him rise from his cot.
  • dot The tradition was that it had been a colonial tavern-a dot among the fir-covered northern hills on the climbing post-road into Canada.
  • hot "Awfully," said Chumbley-"hot and strong.
  • jot I cared not a jot for Carford's anger, and was determined not to give ground.
  • lot An' I sure think you're the best Anderson of the lot.
  • mot Conversation is damped by a bon-mot.
  • not " Not now," said Mr. Spokesly.
  • oat Whitwell leaned forward and took a straw into his mouth from the golden wall of oat sheaves in the barn where they were talking.
  • oct Thursday, October 21, 1915. We arrived at Piraeus at 6 a.
  • oft Himself for truth all this doth know, And oft hath tried some of this row; And yet he sweareth by his conscience, He never saw woman break patience.
  • oh Oh, yes, you're to have him, Hantee.
  • opt A must-carry rule requires all cable television systems to carry all full-power local commercial broadcast stations in the designated television market on their lineups, unless those stations opt to invoke retransmission consent and demand compensation, in which case the cable provider can decline to carry the channel (especially if the provider feels that the rate of carrying an existing service would result in an increase of the average price of a tier to levels to which it could result in a subscriber possibly dropping the service).
  • or Or shall I tell it you?
  • otc Their response dismissed Borns analysis and focused on the hypothetical possibility that CFTC regulation of swaps and other OTC derivative instruments could create a "legal uncertainty" regarding such financial instruments, hypothetically reducing the value of the instruments.
  • out "I'll work us up and out of this!
  • pt The following papers also relate to this subject: Underground waters of Arkansas Valley in eastern Colorado, by G. K. Gilbert, in Seventeenth Annual, Pt.
  • rot "Or Headless Horseman rot.
  • sot But I had never sot eyes on him till that day, though I well remember visitin' his parents, who lived then in the outskirts of Loontown-good respectable Methodist Epospical people-and runners of a cheese factory at that time.
  • tot I think that just one tot of brandy-oh!
  • ut "We ain't never goin' to quit playin' ut square," he announced, to Mary's manifest relief.
  • Got What have you got on?
  • It Ses he, "What is it?"
  • Oe The oesophagus, oe, tapers gradually from the wide pharynx, ph, and then continues as a cylindrical tube of uniform diameter to the right side of the anterior end of the stomach, where it opens into the latter organ.
  • T Jackson, John, father of General T.J. Jackson.
  • Wot By the time you two have 'ad your share, besides taking wot I owe you, there'll be 'ardly anything left."
  • Yt Then spake ye damned windmill, Sr Walter, of a people in ye uttermost parts of America, yt capulate not until they be five and thirty yeres of age, ye women being eight and twenty, and do it then but once in seven yeres.
  • Ot Taking two ot the best, I stripped off the branches, and returned to my companion, who was still at work on the raft, relashing its timbers wherever needed.
  • OI " Oi belave Oi know," chuckled the fun-loving Irish lad.
  • ONT La presente Declaration n'est et ne sera obligatoire qu'entre les Puissances, qui y ont, ou qui y auront accede.
  • ET In the Rue de Paris, the street between the town and the railway station, are the G. H. du Louvre et de Reims, 7 to 10 frs.
  • OTB To have an over-the-board (OTB) chess tournament the equipment required includes: chess pieces, chessboard, chess clock, score sheets and table.
  • OW Ow, chuck it, Paddy.
  • pot "Wouldn't risk it, doc-not even for a ten-dollar pot," replied Marsh.

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