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“Pero chel fole che nallumo et arfe colcaldo et conlaluce et fi iguali che tutte fimiglianze fono fcarfe.”
“Sua Eccia cum una staffetta, chel papa fosse preso, e li fosse taliata la testa.”
“Anzi haverla conosciuta infinite volte, ma chel Papa non gelha tolta per altro se non per usare con Lei.”
“Calm yourself, M.chel, " said M. Bouc, -and cast your mind back to the moment when you ran to answer M.s. Hubbard's bell.”
“And further: "Anzi haverla conosciuta infinite volte, ma chel Papa non geiha tolta per altro se non per usare con lei" (Costabili's letter from Milan to the Duke of Ferrara, June 23, 1497).”
“Thin _chel, Shaitan ke marfik_, an 'the _chooper_ you”
“Av he _bolos_ anything, just you _choop_ and _chel_.”
“Through M. Aubert, to whom Leicester was diligently courteous, and whom he sought daily, discussing piously the question of religion so dear to the old man's heart, he strove to foster in Angele's mind the suspicion he had ventured at their meeting in the maze, that the Queen, through personal interest in M.chel, was saving his life to keep him in her household.”
“M. M.chel Levy and myself always got on very well together.”
“R.chel, and their son, Charles R. White (then twelve years old), visited me for a brief experience in camp with the army.”
Slavery and Four Years of War, Vol. 1-2 A Political History of Slavery in the United States Together With a Narrative of the Campaigns and Battles of the Civil War In Which the Author Took Part: 1861-1865
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