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And the Absinthe House has a full list: Other famous imbibers include P.T. Barnum, Oscar Wilde, and General Robert E. Lee.
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Originally conceived by author Clarence E. Mulford in 1904, Hopalong was crude, rough-talking, and dangerous.The Most Confusing Christmas Music Lyrics Explained (VIDEO)|Kevin Fallon|December 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The guitar is tuned to E, and an Eminor chord on a guitar just rings and rings forever.
"He brought Ray Charles to the mix as an influence on rock & roll," E Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt once raved.
E was an Esquire, with pride on his brow; F was a Farmer, and followed the plough.
True; but as we are far enough now from that point, we must e'en make the best of the bad.
James I. sent forth his famous "Counterblast" and in the strongest manner condemned its use.
I can hardly help laughing at this myself; for, Se non e vero, ben Trovato!A Letter from Mr. Cibber to Mr. Pope|Colley Cibber
Clinical study of the blood may be discussed under the following heads: I. Hemoglobin.A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis|James Campbell Todd
British Dictionary definitions for IE (1 of 4)
the internet domain name for
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suffix forming nouns
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Cultural definitions for IE
An abbreviation for id est, a Latin phrase meaning “that is.” It indicates that an explanation or paraphrase is about to follow: “Many workers expect to put in a forty-hour week — i.e., to work eight hours a day.” (Compare e.g.)