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  • aid You were after aid?
  • bid The next letters bid good-bye for the summer to two tried friends.
  • i'd You know I'd do anything I could for him.
  • kid But in case we don't get out, I want you to know that you're a mighty nice kid."
  • lid It was "ingraved on the Lid with a Coat of Arms, etc.
  • mid Giovanni had gone back again after lunch about mid-day.
  • rid Help me to get rid of him, and you shall hear from me again.
  • wad In either case the labor exploiters in the Kremlin exact from Russia's workingmen, in exchange for a little food and a wad of paper, a genuine value, the product of hard labor, which these get-rich-quick Wallingfords can turn into gold, or exchange with the world for anything they want.
  • wed It had, of course, long been known in Florence, where the affairs of any family or individual are for the most part familiar to all neighbors, that Messer Simone wished to wed Monna Beatrice.
  • wi The common ending in Teutonic names of wig, war, often, anciently even, softened into wi, most commonly in such case becomes in our names way.
  • wide Is there any one in this wide world with the name of Somebody?
  • wig He does not bother about a wig because he expects to be adored without one."
  • wild I'm just wild to have her go.
  • win "They are taking me hard," Sandy had written; "let me have time to win them over before you come.
  • wind There isn't a wind to-day, so you see it couldn't have been the wind."
  • wit Yes, he said, those who have the wit will doubtless forgive us.
  • wiz I did not know what was in my room when I see you in my chair wiz your head down - you must be study more hard than me, Miss Elisabet' - I never put my head down, for nozing.
  • Cid At the side of the Cid he had fought, and more than once beaten the Moors in Spain.
  • Did You did not know?
  • Hid Flamby hid her face against his coat.
  • Wis H. Fairchild, 10 Wis.
  • Yid
  • Sid "Teller's book," he shouted behind the paying teller; "come on, Sid."
  • WII Action Replay MAX (200X) Action Replay (2006, works on Wii) Action Replay Power-saves (2007)
  • we'd We'd best get out of this.
  • ID 6, 15, videte quam despiciamur omnes qui sumus e municipiis, id est, omnes plane; Tac.

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Pire

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