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Gul-badan mentions the arrival in Hindstn of a khnm of this name, who was a daughter of Sl.
The reading stynkynge fits the sense better, but the letterforms are closer to sl-.The Example of Vertu|Stephen Hawes
A thin layer of mesoblast, probably the submucosa, sl, lies beneath the epithelium and projects up into the folds.Development of the Digestive Canal of the American Alligator|Albert M. Reese
What you feel, is a muscle (mŭs´sl), and it works your joints very much as the rubber strap works the hinge of the door.Child's Health Primer For Primary Classes|Jane Andrews
Her mother, abba-sultn Begm, was of the Arghns, a daughter of Sl.