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Diaz, the dead pigeon, and this guy McSweeney take it on the lam from the big house.
I hold that natur haz its laws and programmy, all the wa down, from the biling over ov a volkano tu the wiggle ov a lam's tale.
JOSH BILLINGS, HIZ SAYINGSHENRY WHEELER SHAW
At length we reach the main valley, called in its upper part Tselung, and in its lower Lam-chyker.
Panislamic, pan-is-lam′ik, adj. relating to all Islam, or all the Mohammedan races.
A large fleet was prepared, and Nicias, Lam´a-chus, and Alcibiades were chosen generals of the expedition.
Well, we let them get a good look at us taking it on the lam.
Salamba, sa-lam′ba, n. a contrivance for fishing used at Manila and elsewhere in the East.
Lam'pedo of Lacedaemon was daughter, wife, sister, and mother of a king.
A genus formed, in the first instance, for the reception of Bulinus terebellatus, Lam.
A CONCHOLOGICAL MANUALGEORGE BRETTINGHAM SOWERBY
(properly Aplysiacea) A family belonging to the first section of the order Gasteropoda, Lam.
A CONCHOLOGICAL MANUALGEORGE BRETTINGHAM SOWERBY

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