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  • n  an extension at the end and at right angles to the main building

  • She replied: "Wah the ell, wah the ell.
  • ell-known rule of Internet discourse is Godwin's law, which states that, as an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler .
  • But last week, as he hurried up the steps of the law school building for his third day of classes in the new fall term, McDow ell dropped his sunglasses.
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  • Bob Stoops in KIROtv.com
    Ell threw the ball nice,Stoops said. "They made plays when they had to and we came up short on a number of them."
  • Bill Snyder in Manhattan Mercury
    He's got some velocity on the ball. It's not Michael-like (Bishop), but like Ell (Roberson). He's kind of like Michael in that he's a physical runner, and he has a pretty good focus on the field like Jonathan (Beasley) had,Snyder said of past...
  • Patsy Palmer in Mirror.co.uk
    Patsy said: "Bleedin' 'ell! I can't believe this - this is all we need!"

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