And she wanted papa to see 'em, too, so ASE led the way, like the talking man in the dime museum.
ASE was there, and his eyes pretty nigh popped out of his head.
"They won't BE done till you go, ASE," continued the master of the house.
ASE and he are pretty thick; he's got a mortgage on ASE's house, you know.
Si gode 45 beleaue licht and is bricht ine o herte of o gode Manne ASE gold.
We piled after ASE, who'd made a dash to get to the headstone first.
Cheatere ouwer beoden euere, ASE sparuwe de et is one, AR 174/24: voise disant ses proiores, F.
ASE so here and in l. 144 appears to be an attempt to render si cume, A.
If ASE could afford clothes like that he might be his twin brother.
As soon as he got into the domain, sure enough, there she was in the middle of a green field, grazing quite at her ASE.
A suffix used to form the names of enzymes. It is often added to the name of the compound that the enzyme breaks down, as in lactase, which breaks down lactose. It is also added to a word describing the enzyme's activity, as in transferase, which catalyzes the transfer of a chemical group from one molecule to another, or reductase, which catalyzes the reduction of an organic compound.