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  • asia Their own public men, military and civil, their men of science, their men of letters, their merchants in unknown number, even soldiers of theirs in thousands, had gone up into Inner Asia and returned.
  • cia Kate's ways were not Marcia's ways.
  • ia "Good morning, Miss Julia," he said.
  • sa Aim-sa watched, interested, then, as Nick made no further remark, she went on.
  • sea He will come back, I know he will, and he must never, never go to sea again.
  • si "Don't talk nonsense, Jo-si-ah.
  • siam Whin th' King iv Siam wants a plisint evenin', who does he sind f'r but a lively Kerry man that can sing a song or play a good hand at spile-five?
  • sic He was so accustomed to the word sic 'em, and he had become so easy on trigger, he was off and away before the full word was spoken.
  • sin To have married Lord Probus would have been a sin.
  • sip "All right," said Cranley, taking a sip of his soda water.
  • sir How long have you been here, sir?"
  • sis You do love him, sis?"
  • sit Now you sit down here and hold on to yourself, while I go through your things.
  • siva Siva, the greatest of all gods, lives in the waters of Mansarowar!
  • six It was too far for a six-gun."
  • spa Towards the middle of September all the Polish party left the Spa for Paris, where I promised to rejoin them.
  • tia Is-has he-lost his money, tia?
  • Via On the 7th September the Battalion proceeded, via Hendicourt and Riencourt, to a reserve position by Cagnicourt, and on the 10th the Battalion furnished two companies for manning the Buissy Switch in the rear of Inchy-en-Artois.
  • SSA I still possess, as documentary relics of this course, a hundred copies of a pamphlet entitled: Riassunte delle lezioni di didattica della Prof^{ssa} Montessori, anno 1900, Stab.
  • SBA British extraterritorial rights also extended to several small off-post sites scattered across Cyprus; of the Sovereign Base Area (SBA) land, 60% is privately owned and farmed, 20% is owned by the Ministry of Defense, and 20% is SBA Crown land
  • Kia The Tchu-pun was the lowest grade, and only had ten men under him; then came the Kiatsamba-pun or Kia-pun, or officer in command of one hundred soldiers; and the Tung-pun, or head of one thousand.
  • Mia Tio estis mia situacio kaj mi akceptis...."
  • Sid No, I wasn't there, but Sid Welch was telling me about it.
  • BIA When he had finished chewing it, he stood up and went to the place where the Bia Tuangun Katakia was sitting, and he lay down beside her, and said, "Come, put away your work, and comb my hair."
  • STA We may say with some confidence that the present chapel No. 45, those numbered 40 and 41, the block containing the St. Francis and Holy Sepulchre chapels, and probably the Presepio, Adoration of the Shepherds, and Circumcision chapels-though it may be doubted whether these last contained the figures that they now do-were in existence before the year 1500. Part if not all of the block containing the Sta.
  • SKA S before c preserves the former sound, but coalesces with the latter; hence the syllables, sca, sce, sci, sco, scu, scy, are sounded, ska, se, si, sko, sku, sy.
  • USIA And not far from the mounds of the Horatii and Curiatii there is a monument, probably of the age of Trajan, with a bas-relief portrait, dedicated to the memory of one Usia Prima, a priestess of Isis; this worship, with its painful initiations and splendid ritual, being imported from Egypt in the second century.

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Pire

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