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  • hq
  • B As they parted, G. B. Stiles asked for the paper he had given the Swede.
  • C He told the C.O. about you and your story.
  • D Apply the equation of time to find the G.A.T. Apply the D.R. Lo.
  • G A voice from within shouted, "No. The S. G.S.-top floor."
  • H H - Wild type.
  • J 1859. Directorium Anglicanum, J. Purchas.
  • K But Mark was not one who willingly gave up a chase he had begun.
  • L "Kind regards, and believe me, "Always yours, "J. L." There is amongst the pictures of "Life and Character" a drawing of a sportsman who has been thrown from his horse.
  • M Introduction by James M. Kuist.
  • N " N-o," answered Mrs. Elmore reluctantly.
  • P P.S.-If you have no objection to their going, you will be so good as to send a pass for them.
  • Q Broken in Q at lordship, here, I.
  • R Captain R-'s dog was accustomed to go on messages, and even to bring meat and other articles from Cupar in a basket.
  • S In 1871 the prices, taking them about the middle of each month, were- s.
  • T "And Mr. T-S," said I. "Howdydo, Mr. T-S?"
  • U 7300. Is that line given in the form of an I O U, or of a bill?
  • V Bussy D'Ambois, V, i, 128-154.
  • W We heard you shootin' an' the I. W. W.'s yellin'.
  • X X. Poor Reddy Fox Peter Rabbit and Johnny Chuck stole up the hill toward the home of Reddy Fox.
  • Z Then she has just a quarter of an hour to give him, because she has just left Madame X in order to visit Madame Z, where she has told her coachman to take her.
  • QC
  • SQ Cultd area, 1427 sq.
  • F But a few days later I mentioned it to a Mrs. F. who I knew had had some experience in such matters, and she said: "You have seen either some one who has lived in the house or who is going to live there."
  • QT
  • QM
  • QR
  • QB
  • old-fashioned
  • easy-going
  • acculturing

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