亚洲有码在线Nevetherless, no attempt has been made at normalizing proper names (i.e. ?g?an and ?gean, ?schines and ?schins, Alkibiades and Alkibiads, Andokides and Andokids, Aristeides and Aristeids, Boedromion and Bo?dromion, Chalki?kos and Chalki?kus, Deinomenes and Deinomens, De?phonus and Diphonus, Demosthenes and Demosthens, Inaros and Inar?s, Isokrates and Isokrats, Kephallenia and Kephallnia, Miltiades and Miltiads, Myken? and Mykn?, Peg? and Pg?, Sestus and Sestos, Thucydides and Thucydids, Xenophon and Xenoph?n, etc.). The author established at the beginning of the first volume of this work some rules of transcription for proper names, but neither he nor his publisher follow them consistently.2. That these efforts have increased, from year to year.When that day came, A-bra-ham Lin-coln stood on the por-ti-co of the cap-i-tol and took the oath of off-ice. The cloud of war which hung o’er the first in-au-gu-ra-tion, was now a-bout to leave. As the gloom went by, bright-er days came, and the sun of a new e-ra shone out up-on the land.He stopped; for there shuffled round the corner, from the roaring Motee Bazar, such a man as Kim, who thought he knew all castes, had never seen. He was nearly six feet high, dressed in fold upon fold of dingy stuff like horse-blanketing, and not one fold of it could Kim refer to any known trade or profession. At his belt hung a long open-work iron pencase and a wooden rosary such as holy men wear. On his head was a gigantic sort of tam-o'-shanter. His face was yellow and wrinkled, like that of Fook Shing, the Chinese bootmaker in the bazar. His eyes turned up at the corners and looked like little slits of onyx.亚洲有码在线
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