In December 2011, at a book fair in Guadalajara called the fil, Peña Nieto said one of his favorite books was The Eagle's Throne.
“I am sure our friend would like to learn about sugar,” remarked fil, who had a sweet tooth for candy.
At what are you going to earn your living when you grow up, fil?
Nora, Verity, and fil were also to be numbered among the spectators.
If Nora and fil were like rose and lily, she was decidedly the robin of the party.
A subsequent charter of earl Ranulf Meschines has a Robert fil.
Walking into the hostel, she met Nora and fil walking arm-in-arm.
They give it a rough appearance, and are called the fil´i-form papillæ.
filial, fil′yal, adj. pertaining to or becoming a son or daughter: bearing the relation of a child.
Edward I., it is very common under the orthographies of fil.