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His mother pointed out the direction, and said it was called Are-ava, house-of-banyan-sticks.
FISHES, FLOWERS, AND FIRE AS ELEMENTS AND DEITIES IN THE PHALLIC FAITHS AND WORSHIP OF THE ANCIENT RELIGIONS OF GREECE, BABYLON,ANONYMOUS
If the base metals are not gold, it is only through some accidental hindrance; they are-all potentially gold.
BYGONE BELIEFSH. STANLEY REDGROVE
Ahif you are so coldhow cold you are!it gives me little shivers when you look soand I am always hotLettie!
THE WHITE PEACOCKD. H. (DAVID HERBERT) LAWRENCE
"We a-are uunder no-o-o acceleration fro-om he-ell," the literal mind told him.
WHERE I WASN'T GOINGWALT RICHMOND
And they answered, ‘We-aw-are-the-aw-Staff-aw-Department, godmother, and we are very well indeed.’
REPRINTED PIECESCHARLES DICKENS
Are zigzag sticks or wands, variously painted green, yellow, red; are-carried in the hands in dances.
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF THE COLLECTIONS OBTAINEDJAMES STEVENSON
He has wrote with a professed design of exposing the errors and sophistry which he supposes are-204- frequent in my publications.
NOVANGLUS, AND MASSACHUSETTENSISJOHN ADAMS
Yet what a slave am I!Are there not younger brothers enough, but we mustBranch one another?
THE WORKS OF JOHN MARSTONJOHN MARSTON
This “now-we-are-strong-enough” theme runs all through the Communist propaganda on the subject.
EAST-WEST TRADE TRENDSHAROLD E. STASSEN
Suppose two beds of mud hardened into rock,—A and B-are seen in section.
THE PAST CONDITION OF ORGANIC NATURETHOMAS H. HUXLEY

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