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  • albino He was a dark Mestizo named Albino, short and thick, and so near being squint-eyed that at the first glance I thought him a subject for Doctor Cabot to practise on.
  • albion As Amyntas stood on the deck of the ship and saw the grey cliffs of Albion disappear into the sea, he felt the emotions and sentiments which inevitably come to the patriotic Englishman who leaves his native shore; his melancholy became almost unbearable as the ship, getting out into the open sea, began to roll, and he drank to the dregs the bitter cup of leaving England, home, beauty-and terra firma.
  • alien An alien was not to eat thereof: it belonged especially to the covenant people.
  • align But if you align the edges exactly, at once, they may join almost immediately healing by First Intent.
  • allusion There is evident allusion to this final shape of the Most Holy Place in the description of the New Jerusalem, of which the length and breadth and height were equal.
  • asian The Asian map of Christianity at the end, say, of the fourth century of the latter's existence, will show it very exactly bounded by the limits to which the Seleucid Empire had carried Greeks in any considerable body, and the further limits to which the Romans, who ruled effectively a good deal left aside by their Macedonian predecessors-much of central and eastern Asia Minor for example, and all Armenia-had advanced their Graeco-Roman subjects.
  • elation But this odd elation was controlled and finally overpowered by disgust and shame, as one by one, under the kind but acute examination of the legal man, he brought out for his inspection the atrocious details.
  • elision It was the elision of the weaker element-the survival of the fittest; and some, indeed very many, mothers must lose their sons that way.
  • elysian He trusted that the old man in the Elysian Fields was ignorant of the strange gloom which now enwrapped Rede Place.
  • illusion In fact the heated air began to quiver, and in consequence of an illusion of the eyes it seemed to the riders that the sands quivered.
  • lesion The characteristic lesion of foot-and-mouth disease is the appearance of blisters containing a serous fluid upon the mucous membrane of the mouth and upon the udder, teats, and feet of the affected animals.
  • Alison Indeed, it was a singularly desolate landscape, with no touch of human life in it, and Alison shivered as she gazed at it with a somewhat heavy heart and weary eyes.
  • Alston "Not much less than thirty years since," he writes in 1788, "Alston and I read Homer through together.
  • Alton After graduating from high school, he was sent to Western Military Academy, Alton, Illinois, to "straighten out" after his strict Kentucky-bred mother discovered that he had been hanging around the local pool parlor.
  • Alvin Alvin Lucas, and four men from Benton Valley, and twice as many from Cobbleville, had been killed in it."
  • Allison That little girl in there, as you call her, is the bad man who held up the Fort Allison stage."
  • Alyson
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