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“The album would be called 01 'Blue Eyes Is Back when finally issued in conjunction with a television special of the same name widi Gene Kelly, airing on 18 November 1973.”
“In so doing, they preserved a proto-Savanna Bantu noun. 97 But some time after the start of the second millennium, Sagala and Lugulu speakers added a distinct word for a clay type, * - widi, to their lexis.”
“Note 95: Because of the evidence of * - widi in languages of two of the three primary branches of proto-Ruvu, it might be expected that it was borrowed in the period before they diverged; however, the skewed figures found in cognate retention rates between Sagala with Lugulu suggest it was far more likely the result of later exchange between them. back”
“Strange carpeting widi a weave so tight and fine he couldn't imagine how it had been loomed covered the floor.”
“As Buncan stared a beautiful female possum entered, tail elaborately wound widi green ribbon and held high.”
“Several of diose present were scribbling on diick pads bound together at the left edge widi loops of thin metal wire. lii the center of the table four boxes set widi glass windows faced the four points of the compass.”
“There is still some contention over this, as some people refuse to believe Caesar ever said "weni, widi, wici.”
“Unlike Kilfoyle and Greenham, who'd had to think about how long they'd been associated widi the organisation, Griff said, 'Fourteen months,' at once.”
“And widi another bolt of fire and explosion of thunder he was gone.”
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