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  • That which you called Ee'd Plebnista was not written for chiefs or kings or warriors or the rich and powerful, but for all the people!

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  • When I first arrived on the island, it had been called Ee Orya Eléni The Beautiful Helen, but a year later, Eléni, his wife, left him, taking their daughter with her, and Theolgos cut down the tree outside and changed the name to Ee Orya Théa—The Beautiful View—which it certainly had.

    The Summer of My Greek Tavérna

  • The Telugu version of the film titled Ee Nadu will have Telugu film industry's leading star Venkatesh playing the role of Anupam Kher.

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  • It is located at a two-storey building called Ee Hoe Hean Club at Bukit Pasoh Road in Chinatown.

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  • 'Ee's allus sayin' nassty things about other folks.

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  • '' Ee 'as a way wi' un, 'said an old labourer to me last week.

    Marcella

  • 'Ee'll think 't was foolish, Sir, but it seemed as though they was somethun to me, an' I'd a-lost the last friendly thing there was.

    Stories of Mystery

  • "Yos, but aw had -- tha sees aw live at th 'Ee'Gurnard, an' aw'd just been into th 'mistal wi' young maister William, an 'he'd been holding th' canel for me whol aw siled th 'milk, an' he wor full ov his marlocks an 'bluzzed th' canel up mi nooas an 'put it aght, -- he's a shocker."

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  • 'Ee'll no believe me, but I've been lost twa or three times a'ready, an' I've had a kine o 'fecht an' a rescue, an 'been taen to the polis office, an' made some freens, an 'catched a thief (an' latten 'im aff wi' a caution an 'a wheen bawbees), an' seen a fire-engine that lookit as if it was gawn full gallop to destruction.

    The Garret and the Garden

  • "'Ee've got hard fac's noo, Jerry," said Sandy, about noon of the following day, as he threw down the axe with which he had been hewing the jungle, and pulled off his hat, from the crown of which he took a red cotton handkerchief wherewith to wipe his thickly-beaded brow.

    The Settler and the Savage

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