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The ninth letter of the alphabet. Used principally by touchers in connection with O and U. Thus, I. O. U.

  • It is a wise son that owes his own father.
  • It takes a lot of money to teach a Duke how to love an American heiress.
  • If we could see ourselves as others see us many of us would wear a mask.
  • It takes three people to engineer a quarrel--two to make it and one to run for a policeman.