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Definition of Fr

  • a radioactive element of the alkali-metal group discovered as a disintegration product of actinium

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Produced by David Widger THE DIARY OF SAMUEL PEPYS M.A. F.R.S. CLERK OF THE ACTS AND SECRETARY TO THE ADMIRALTY TRANSCRIBED FROM THE SHORTHAND MANUSCRIPT IN THE PEPYSIAN LIBRARY MAGDALENE COLLEGE CAMBRIDGE BY THE REV.
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After the drawing by Fr.
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When the rooster crowed f'r the first time this mornin', I had it in my heart to march right out there 'n' hack off his head.
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The havin' somebody to sleep in the house 's been hard, 'n' Mrs. Macy's fallin' through the cellar-flap giv' me a bad turn, but she's doin' nicely, 'n' the minister makes up f'r anythin'.
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He give one look 'n' then all his gay spinniness oozed right out o' him, 'n' he told me 's serious 's a judge 't a woman 's rich 's I be needed a good lawyer to look out f'r her 'n' her property right straight along.
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I can't see how anythin' 's goin' to be got out o' askin' you f'r advice.
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Susan whirled her stocking, took a fresh breath, and went on: "It's a subjeck 't I've been lookin' straight in the face, 's well 's upside down 'n' hind end to, f'r a good long time.
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I was even thinkin' of it that very minute, f'r I was one o' them 's was in the square when Johnny come runnin' from the station with the telegram.
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Macy always says 't she'll regret to her dyin' day 's she thought o' comin' to town that mornin' to get the right time f'r her clock 'n' then decided to wait 'n' set it by the whistle.
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They said he all but cried, 'n' she cried dreadful, f'r she didn't know nothin' about babies 'n' thought it was goin' to be bald always, jus' like him.
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I was awful scared f'r fear it would go over your two dollars, an' it wasn't nothin' that I'd ever want, so I couldn't 'a' taken it off your hands if it _had_ gone over your money.
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I will scour him too,-nobody need n't suppose 't I've paid three hunderd dollars f'r anythin' to let it get mossy.
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But she wants to know if you was put in plaster, 'n' she said f'r me to ask right off.
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Well, if it's on, it's on, 'n' the Lord be with you, Mrs. Lathrop, f'r 'f Gran'ma Mullins says truth, no one else c'n help you now.
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She says 'f she was you she 'd never rest till old Dr. Carter 'd looked into that leg, f'r a leg is a leg, 'n' it says in the Bible 't if you lose your salt what 'll you salt with.
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I 've eat up rats that way time 'n' again,-mice too, f'r that matter.
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It 'd be an awful thing f'r you to lay there peaceful 'n' happy till it come time f'r him to unwrap your leg 'n' then when he unwrapped have him find no leg in the centre.
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F it was your foot, it 'd all be different, f'r you could hop around right spry with a false foot, but I d'n' know what good your foot 'll do you with the leg in between gone.
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You ain't been kicked six hours yet, 'n' you 've got to lay that same way f'r six weeks.
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I guess we 'd ought to make allowances f'r the minister,-he ain't seemed to ever be able to bear up under them twins.
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Examples of Fr

Example #1
TRANSCRIBED FROM THE SHORTHAND MANUSCRIPT IN THE PEPYSIAN LIBRARY MAGDALENE COLLEGE CAMBRIDGE BY THE REV.
Example #2
This morning I paid Sir W. Batten L40, which I have owed him this half year, having borrowed it of him.
Example #3
From a photograph_. BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY.
Example #4
After a photograph from life in the possession of the War Department, Washington, D.C.
Example #5
They say 't every cloud has a silver linin', but I can't see no silver linin' to a night like last night.
Example #6
I never was one to fancy cobwebs about me.