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  • airway Mixed airways Where a Victor airway is established based on a VOR/VORTAC and NDB, the boundaries of that airway will be those of an LF/MF airway. If I could only stay Overhead in the airway – Airway by owl city
  • alewife 72 miles of the Watertown Branch from Newly Weds Foods in Watertown to the branchs junction with the Fitchburg Line between Sherman Street and Alewife in Cambridge.
  • alive Is her mother alive?" I know I will stay alive I've got all my life to live – I Will Survive by Unknown Author
  • aquifer If the aquifer is confined by low-permeability layers, the reduced water pressure in the sand and gravel causes slow drainage of water from the adjoining confining layers.
  • avow "This is not fair," cried she, eagerly; "you lead me on from one admission to another, till I find myself revealing confidences to one who at any moment may avow himself my enemy."
  • awash She saw us at the last moment, for I attacked her awash, since otherwise we could not have had the pace to reach her.
  • awe This news which he now heard, and which he did not yet fully credit, struck him with awe, but created no triumph in his bosom. My mother's looks; perhaps her likeness strong? Oh, parent! with what reverential awe, From features of thine own related throng, An image of thy face my soul could draw! – Gertrude of Wyoming by Thomas Campbell
  • awed He was up again in a moment, looking very pale and awed.
  • aweigh I went with him for this purpose; and, as it was calm, the anchor was hove aweigh, and, with the boat ahead, we towed the schooner across the shoal, which at low water is plainly to be seen, but now, at flood tide, had plenty of water.
  • ewe
  • ewer A large ewer and basin of silver stood on a table which was covered with a white cloth, snowy towels hung beside it; the hangings of the bed were of damask silk, and the floor was almost covered by an Eastern carpet.
  • iowa If you want to get rid of the pig out of Mrs. Lippett's house, all you have to do is to write to the Sheriff of Derling County, Derlingport, Iowa, and you needn't trouble yourself into it no further.
  • owe I owe everything to those two men."
  • owed I owed fifteen paoli to the inn-keeper and four to the surgeon.
  • owen "Sit down, Owen; yes, yes-I insist upon it, and do you, also.
  • uhf
  • waive "And Miss Vivian was good enough to waive all ceremony," Irene put in, "and come round to us as you see, without further introduction."
  • waiver
  • wife
  • wive
  • woof
  • I've
  • awes
  • EWES
  • OWES
  • we've
  • airways Patients with tumors or significant bleeding may experience increased difficulty breathing after a bronchoscopic procedure, sometimes due to swelling of the mucous membranes of the airways.
  • airwaves Such devices are designed to detect the presence of existing but unused areas of airwaves, such as those reserved for analog television, and utilize these unused airwaves to transmit signals for Internet connectivity.
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