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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

What a pity that those cursed cards—pspsps—Well, it's something to have saved appearances.
THE NABOBALPHONSE DAUDET
Cu Ps Nlim4 quidem, Gracche inquit, mea bona tibi5 virtim dvidere liceat; sed s facis, partem petam.
SELECTIONS FROM VIRI ROMAECHARLES FRANOIS L'HOMOND
Emoi men oun kai h phleps kai tn alln hapantn hekaston dia tn ek tn tettarn poian Pg 14Greek text krasin hdi ps energein dokei.
The alphabetic artifice is not uncommon with Hebrew poets, the most elaborate example being Ps.
From this Davidic hymn book came what is now the first book of the Psalter entire, except Ps.
The elohistic recension does not extend consistently beyond Ps.
But it's very bad for the masses, if a man in his position—pspsps—Ah!
What a pity that those infernal cards—Pspsps—However, it's worth something to have saved one's breeding.
Chaucer extends this quotation by the insertion of the explanatory words about 'the riche folk'; see Ps.
God is said to have purchased (kanitha) his people; Ps., 75: 2.

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