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- absorbing His egotisms are innocent, but they are absorbing.
- alaskan The languages spoken by the Reindeer Tchuktchis of the interior and the Eskimo of the Alaskan Coast do not in any way resemble the dialects spoken on the Siberian Coast.
- albany I felt ashamed to stay alone any longer in Albany; I was afraid that some of Arthur's friends, who had met me with him on the road, might come there and recognize me.
- albion As I told my story, through a mistress who had been summoned to translate the speech of Albion, I thought the tale won madame's ear, though never a gleam of sympathy crossed her countenance.
- alsatian The public prosecutor's seat was already occupied by one of the most skilful of the advocates-general, M. Lehmann, a broad-shouldered Alsatian Israelite, with cunning eyes, whose presence showed that the case was deemed exceptionally important.
- lisbon Pauline received a letter from Lisbon, which summoned her home without delay, and I had a letter from Paris announcing the death of Madame d'Urfe.
- osborne "Good morning, Osborne," said Ashton-Kirk, shaking the big man's hand.
- Alcyone I heard-once more a part of it- The central music of the Pleiades, And to Alcyone my soul Swayed with the stars that own her song's control.
- Alison Translated by Catherine Alison Phillips.
- Alston It was made on the marriage of Bishop Hare with Miss Alston and bore his arms.
- Osborn And Mr. Osborn handed him the small round box which he had been turning.
- Elisabeth 13 But the angel said unto him, Fear not, Zacharias: for thy prayer is heard; and thy wife Elisabeth shall bear thee a son, and thou shalt call his name John.
- Olsen Just at that moment came Brede Olsen walking up.