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1) Appendix. The Story of 'Ala-ed-Din and the Wonderful Lamp: Paras. 1-24. 1909-14. Stories from the Thousand and One Nights. The Harvard Classics
...heard, O King of the Age, that there dwelt in a city of China a poor tailor who had a son named Ala-ed-Din. Now this boy had been a scatter-brained scapegrace from...

2) Appendix. The Story of 'Ala-ed-Din and the Wonderful Lamp: Paras. 75-103. 1909-14. Stories from the Thousand and One Nights. The Harvard Classics
... Every day Ala-ed-Din used to ride through the city with his memluks before and behind, scattering gold right and left among the people, and all the world, foreigners...

3) Appendix. The Story of 'Ala-ed-Din and the Wonderful Lamp: Paras. 50-74. 1909-14. Stories from the Thousand and One Nights. The Harvard Classics
... The King was perplexed at this demand, the more when he observed her poor condition and that she was of the meanest of the people. Yet the present she had given...

4) Nights 32-36. The Story of Nur-Ed-din and Enis-El-Jelis. 1909-14. Stories from the Thousand and One Nights. The Harvard Classics
...THERE was, in El-Basrah, a certain King, who loved the poor and indigent, and regarded his subjects with benevolence; he bestowed of his wealth upon him who believed...

5) Appendix. The Story of 'Ala-ed-Din and the Wonderful Lamp: Paras. 25-49. 1909-14. Stories from the Thousand and One Nights. The Harvard Classics
... Ala-ed-Din waited patiently till his mother had ended her speech, and then said: O my mother, all that thou recallest I know, and it is familiar to me that I am...

6) § 71. -ed. 7. Pronunciation Challenges. The American Heritage Book of English Usage. 1996
...The suffix -ed, which is used to form the past tense and past participle of regular verbs, may be pronounced (t), (d), or ( d) depending on the phonological environment....

7) kitty-corner(ed), catty-corner(ed), cater-corner(ed). The Columbia Guide to Standard American English. 1993
...All these are Standard variants of an idiom, based on folk etymologies developed from the French cater (quatre)— four —prefixed to corner(ed); the idiom means diagonal...

8) ed. The American HeritageŽ Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
...Informal Education: driver's ed; adult ed....

9) -ed 3. The American HeritageŽ Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
...Having; characterized by; resembling: blackhearted. Middle English -ede, -de, from Old English -ed, -od....

10) -ed 2. The American HeritageŽ Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
...Used to form the past participle of regular verbs: absorbed. Middle English, from Old English -ad, -ed, -od....

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