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  • ag International organization participation: AfDB, AG (observer), AsDB, Australia Group, BIS, CCC, CE, CEI, CERN, EBRD, ECE, EIB, ESA, EU, FAO, G- 9, IADB, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICC, ICFTU, ICRM, IDA, IEA, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, ILO, IMF, IMO, Intelsat, Interpol, IOC, IOM, ISO, ITU, MINURSO, MTCR, NACC (observer), NAM (guest), NEA, NSG, OAS (observer), OECD, OSCE, PCA, PFP, UN, UNCTAD, UNDOF, UNESCO, UNFICYP, UNHCR, UNIDO, UNIKOM, UNITAR, UNMIBH, UNMOT, UNOMIG, UNTSO, UPU, WCL, WEU (observer), WFTU, WHO, WIPO, WMO, WToO, WTrO, ZC
  • bag I had my carpet bag taken to my room, wished them a good night and locked myself in.
  • dag BEEP019-2012 Conduits - Self Titled - CD/LP BEEP020-2012 broeder Dieleman - Alles is IJdelheid CD/LP Catalogue Embrace Fire - We lost our organ player in a great earthquake EP Embrace Fire - Thrown/Unthrown EP het Gloren - Acrobaat CD Kismet - Dosage EP Kismet - 4 songs EP Paper tiger - Everyone here Schotel van de dag - Untitled The Walt - 3-song e.
  • gag Either end of his own ruler protruded from his bulging cheeks-the middle was hidden by his moustache-and the gag kept in place by remorseless lashings at the back of his head.
  • hag "I am sorry to do it," said the Hag, "but come, since you are the conqueror."
  • jag Lady-bird 84 Lady, Lady Lanners 83 Leedle! leedle! 57 "Let us go to the wood" 63 Little General Monk 105 Little Goody Tidy 111 Little John Jig Jag 105 Little King Boggen 112 Little lamb 51 Little Mary 51 Little Willie from his mirror 45 Lords and knights 81 Lucy Locket 114
  • lag Think o' the poor fools withering on cracker barrels in Hillsborough an' wearing away 'the lag end o' their lewdness.
  • mag Only once any sign had come out of the oblivion which had engulfed Mag Henderson.
  • nag The "womanly way" is to nag and tease.
  • pac The separate ballot question committee set up by the Oregon Family Council — the Oregon Family Council Issues PAC — raised $53,241.
  • pad Bored Bloom tambourined gently with I am just reflecting fingers on flat pad Pat brought.
  • page So a royal page was sent to Spare, with a velvet cloak, a diamond ring, and a command that he should come to Court at once.
  • pal "Joe's a pal of mine," said the pool-room manager, "but I don't know nothing about his affairs.
  • pan Mix a tea-spoonful of salt with the flour, and set the pan before the fire.
  • pang He laughed grimly at himself, for again he had felt a pang of jealousy.
  • pap I was a sayin' that he's a little the meanest feller I ever seed, replied Dan, an' don't you say so too, pap?
  • par " Par ici, monsieur,-here is the grave," calls the attendant.
  • pas After three years of widowhood, she had brought her feelings to contemplate giving a successor to her lamented Czerlaski, whose fine whiskers, fine air, and romantic fortunes had won her heart ten years ago, when, as pretty Caroline Bridmain, in the full bloom of five-and-twenty, she was governess to Lady Porter's daughters, whom he initiated into the mysteries of the pas de bas, and the lancers' quadrilles.
  • pat Pat was taking the one chance open to him.
  • paw The twelfth caught her front paw.
  • pay I am ready to pay it."
  • peg Alice almost thought she detected the little peg behind his ear!
  • pig We felt duty bound to get that pig back in his pen.
  • pug The pug probably had been one of those to call him on the 'phone.
  • rag Tag-rag agreed with him.
  • sag His tired horse seemed to sag beneath his weight as he landed heavily in the saddle; and the band of foot-sore horses, the hair of their necks and legs stiff with sweat and dust, bore little resemblance to the spirited animals that Susie had driven from the reservation.
  • tag Titmouse's offered arm the timid Miss Tag-rag scarcely touched with the tip of her finger, as she walked beside him to dinner.
  • wag Neighbours passed each other now in the lane with a toss of the head and 'a wag of the tail.
  • Pah I've been thinking perhaps-but, pah!
  • Pam "Here is Molly," said Pam, in a low voice, as her sister entered the room.
  • PG * Pg 3 Added comma after "Family" located in "Jerry's Family".
  • PKG Mrs. J. S. Beardsley, Pkg. patchwork, for Sherwood, Tenn.

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