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  • This is a secret of the aliis that even the aliis do not know.

    THE BONES OF KAHEKILI

  • But the chiefs still practised the old ways, the custom of hunakele, and hid the bones of the aliis where no men should find them and make fish-hooks of their jaws or arrow heads of their long bones for the slaying of little mice in sport.

    THE BONES OF KAHEKILI

  • All my long years have the aliis I was born under thought for me.

    THE BONES OF KAHEKILI

  • For he was old, and most likely of the aliis to be dead.

    THE BONES OF KAHEKILI

  • So that Prince Squid could scarcely be the dignified title of the straight descendant of the oldest and highest aliis

    SHIN-BONES

  • He must be faithful to her, yet more faithful must he be to all the dead and gone aliis of her line who depended solely on him that their bones should not be disturbed.

    SHIN-BONES

  • I said I didn't care a whoop for the bones of all the aliis of my family and race.

    SHIN-BONES

  • So the estimable seed of Kumi, eight centuries before, had entered into the aliis of Lakanaii, and been passed down by them in the undeviating line to reposit in

    SHIN-BONES

  • The devil will be glad for my coming, for I have some very fine songs for him, and scandals and old gossips of the high aliis that will make him scratch his sides.

    THE WATER BABY

  • Note 10: Sundt, "Legislation," 401. "nec fiant in domibus nostris curiositates et superfluitates notabiles in sculpturis et picturis et pavimentis et aliis similibus que paupertatem nostram deformant."

    Sensual Encounters: Monastic Women and Spirituality in Medieval Germany

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