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“By the way, '?' is also a Latin ligature for 'qo', which is in turn an abbreviation for 'quo' which I think means "what," but the real Latin scholars here can correct me if I have that wrong.”
“Since playinq that small part in Harry Potter you've come a real lonq way and you only wanna qo further riqht?”
“He never received the recognition he deserved for his discovery of the qo mass and this troubled him greatly.”
“And we don't have to depend on crumbling old Society reports for lists of numbers, either, since Bats is on the Zompist list of "Numbers from 1 to 10 in Over 4500 Languages" in the Caucasian section, right under its fellow Nakh languages Chechen and Ingush; it turns out the first six numbers are ch=a, shi, qo, ='iw?”
“Since he was qo close, she reached up to brush his lips with hers, then went back for a longer, deeper helping.”
“A man who what?" gq she. "qo qought I was nice or fun or ... or Cqen just pretty.”
“Pecos itself belongs to the Qq'uêres language of New Mexico, and is pronounced "Pae-qo.”
“F ao bo co do eo fo go ho io jo ko lo mo no oo po qo ro so to uo vo wo xo yo zo”
“A. Iowa or Pá-qo-tce ( "Dusty-heads"), chiefly on Great Nemaha reservation, Kansas and Nebraska, partly on Sac and Fox reservation,”
“-- [MS.G. erased.] [qo] _But War must make the most of means_.”
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