For the sake of water, we dismounted with a large lake (kl) on one side of us.
They sent a few heads and an elephant into kl while we were there.
The kl united form the heading of the Calendar in a book with ivy pattern borders.
kl, one dg we freolsia am halgum were Benedick to wurmynte, for his micclum geincum.
Curricle, kur-i′kl, n. a two-wheeled open chaise, drawn by two horses abreast: a chariot.
Now put ef under cd and ij, and over ab and kl; then put gh over cd and ij, and under kl and ab.
Uncle, ung′kl, n. the brother of one's father or mother: an old man generally: a pawnbroker.
Unicycle, ū-ni-sī′kl, n. an acrobat's cycle having but one wheel.
Wrinkle, ring′kl, n. a small ridge on a surface caused by twisting or shrinking: unevenness.