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  • A great variety of witnesses were called oti botU sides.

    Sporting Magazine

  • Apo kapoios pou tora leo tin ellada einai “spiti” ego pou eimai edo yia 15 xronia tora se katalaveno poly oti to poio megalo mathima otan menoume stis xores pou den einai ‘patrida’ einai oti einai entelos ormofoi oi anthropoi pantu!

    Guest post 2 – growing up in Canada « Ken Wilson's Blog

  • One or the other of us trying to keep our head in her lap as we lay on the oti of our old home watching the night sky.

    The Legend of Two Husbands

  • Or reading oti oud Athênaioi, hêmeis de, but because the Athenians did not and we did. '

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • Courier brackets this sentence [oti ... ippeuein] as a gloss; Martin, p. 323, emends.

    The Cavalry General

  • Love, compassion, for Lady Clementina, fills her bosom I will pre-sent her to 7/oti.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • There have been reports oti wn Mr Slovo and Mr Sexwale on the housing issue.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Once more those close to him took his silence and oti-ose expression for quiet determination and resolve.

    The False Mirror

  • What had once been a very certain, structured existence had turned surprisingly quix - oti C.

    The Elf Queen of Shannara

  • [Greek: oi d 'upo ton epieikon kai eidoton oregomenoi timaes bebaiosai ten oikeian doxan ephientai peri auton chairousi de oti eisin agathoi, pisteuontes te ton legonton krisei]

    Ethics

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