Charissa, i. Charlemaine, v. Charybdis, v. Charrwell, iii.
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He is a widower and has with him here Mlle Elisa, his only daughter, who follows her father's fortunes.
"Medina" (the golden mean), "Elissa" and "Perissa" (the two extremes).
In the year 1706, another large stone is, on the authority of Paul Lucas, then at Larissa, said to have fallen in Macedonia.
4) ENDNOTES: (1) The original has "a vid lesa".
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Leaning tower of Pisa changes base and slopes other way.
risa, f., laugh, laughter.
And it seemed that Sor Teresa--known in the world as Dolores Sarrion--had, like many women, bestowed a thwarted love--faute de mieux--upon her brother.
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