We'll git to Calcutty widout breakin' AHL the bones in our bodies.
"AHL roight, Dick;" answered Paddy, lifting the glass to his lips.
Faith an' I did, but bein' AHL dressed up as I was in me coat, she couldn't see me suspenders to tell was I comin' or goin'!
"It's AHL I have," she sorrowfully said, offering it to him.
Erskine read 'umm, meaning that AHL could neither read nor write; de Courteille that he was un homme du commun.
An' if it AHL goes right out there, says he, it won't be lahng before we shall want to find it, says he.
The wind whipped and wore them, the AHL cramped their roots, and they died.
The AHL is the rusty-red crust that forms under the heather in the course of the ages where the desert rules.