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H — “For the letter that begins them all,” MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, iii. 4. 48. “Margaret asks Beatrice for what she cries heigh-ho; Beatrice answers, for an H, that is, for an ache or pain [the word ache being formerly pronounced like the letter H]” (JOHNSON) .

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