ns: we do feel sad feeling kind of sad... Me: Is it all over?
ns: some can and some can't in some area is easier but it's generally difficult as they try to cut them alah o akbar still on.
Her full name has been omitted from the transcript to protect her safety – we are identifying her only as “ns”.
ns it's not confirmed by anyone and nothing on his website just rumours for now Me: Was he on Jihoun Street?
ns: I assume he was shooting in the streets last night and that happened Me: What do you know about today?
You'ns must arm yo'selves with any weapons you'ns can git—dirks, knives, clubs, and horsewhips.
Like the Latin participle in -ns, it was originally declined.
But these be two little 'ns ben't 'ardly able to dress theirselves: two little gals about five or six.
Colonel, kur′nėl, n. an officer who has command of a regiment;—ns.
The Italian city was conventionally spelled Sienna (with two ns) in English.