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  • aa Varp: Det kjem til aa koste taarur um ein spelar det retteleg.
  • au It was Romanzo Caukins, one of the Colonel's numerous family, a boy of sixteen who had been bound out recently to the mistress of Champ-au-Haut upon agreement of bed, board, clothes, three terms of "schooling" yearly, and the addition of thirty dollars to be paid annually to the Colonel.
  • ba While the People of the Spider have become more formidable in war, while the ivory comes pouring into the king's treasury, faster than ever it did before, so that soon there will be enough to buy fire-weapons for the whole nation, I who brought all this to pass remain poor-am the poorest in the nation-and-the daughters of the Ba-gcatya are fair-exceeding fair.
  • ca 1272, and the French Bible illumination of ca.
  • da Then cousin Salvator and old Daniel da Souza, who .
  • ea Nibir = planet Marduk or Jupiter, in the zodiac in conjunction with Bel and Ea, 434-5; exercises control over all the stars, 458.
  • fa But he'll never be a good scout, will he, Fa?
  • ga 53. Wi'-te-ga New moon Dakota.
  • ha Insomuch,' the vicar put on a bland air of abnegation of honour, 'that I am disposed to consider any male philosopher our superior; when you've found one, ha, ha-when you've found one.
  • ia Ia. Why, alas, what shood wee doe? all the starres of our heaven see, we seeke her as fast as we can if she be crept into a rush we will seeke her out or burne her.
  • la M. de la Popeliniere, the fermier-general, whom I had known seven years ago at Passi, came into the box just as his name was spoken.
  • ma Ma took off her petticoat.
  • na " Na, of course no," replied Saunders, with a kind of sympathy for youth and inexperience in his tone; "when yer young an' gaun coortin' ye dinna think o' thae things.
  • ra 9. Dad-ka- Ra Assa, 28 years.
  • sa The song was this: 'Dors, mon enfant, clos ta paupiere, Tes cris me dechirent le coeur: Dors, mon enfant, ta pauvre mere A bien assez de sa douleur.
  • ta Van-ta-gin, indeed, explained to us, that although the Imperial warrant was signed for those sums, yet that having a number of offices to pass through, in all of which it diminished a little, the whole of it was not actually expended on the Embassy.
  • ufa
  • uk
  • un
  • up
  • ur
  • ut
  • uv
  • va
  • wa
  • Qua The author of " Qua Cursum Ventus," of the marvellous picture of the advancing tide in "Say not the struggle," and of not a few other things, was certainly no bad poet, though it would not be uncritical to call him a thin one.
  • U Where in the U.S.A. did you come from?"
  • Ya
  • UL
  • UM
  • UAR
  • UAW
  • UH

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