Score with the knife point the inner ends of the mortises of Y (n-o).
n-o,” he replied, “I reckon we went mostly for the fun of the thing.
n-o, but if she is here I suppose I can't have Tabitha for a room-mate.
"n-o, I don't think I ever did," replied the Baron, reflectively.
"n-o," hesitated the lawyer, divided between a desire to gird at the doctor, or to soothe his civic pride.
At first glance the above question would seem to be fully answered with one word comprising but two letters, namely, n-o.
n-o; I have only in my mind that of which I cannot yet speak.
"n-o," he said, as if impartially looking back on whatever the excellent meal had been.