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  • alas Alas, Amadeo, now I cannot travel with you; you will have to go alone, and in this very hour.
  • alias If we adopt it no one will suffer, only an old alias that is no longer useful.
  • alms "And as for your alm-deeds," the priest said, "ye be but beggars all, except one or two, therefore bestow your alms on yourselves."
  • aloes Never did I see anything more dreary than these immense lengths of desolate plains covered with aloes and other thorny and succulent shrubs of fantastic aspect, which alone could live on the sandy and waterless soil.
  • alps And I really did want to be noble-just as some people want to paint pictures, or write poems, or climb Alps.
  • alsace Many an inscription is dedicated to Apollo Grannus of Alsace, whom Caracalla invoked for the recovery of his health, along with Serapis and Aesculapius.
  • also 9365. Have you also a day-book at Greenbank?
  • always 6349. Do they always go to Lerwick with it?
  • Aliases They did not recognize their daily faults or temptations under the grand aliases befitting their appearance from a preacher's mouth.
  • Lassos What would have been our fate had he succeeded in shaking off or breaking the lassos!
  • Alloys And th' activ'st fancies share as loose alloys, For want of equal weight to counterpoise.
  • Lasers
  • balsas Marching and conquering on the coast of Manta, and the island of Puna, and Tumbez, there arrived at Tumbez some merchants who had come by sea from the west, navigating in balsas with sails.
  • allows And as we trace the evolution of knowledge we see every fact upon which was built the belief in a double that survived death gradually losing its hold on the human intelligence, owing to the fact that the experiences that gave it birth are interpreted in a manner which allows no room for the religious theory.
  • assays
  • allays
  • awls While the women sewed with bone awls, Willow-grouse watched Flaker, who was sawing a bone with a flint saw.
  • lasses A policeman never goes down this street alone at night-one having died not long ago from injuries received there -but our two lasses go unharmed and loved at all hours, spending every other night always upon the streets.
  • ALTS
  • ALBS The canon's remarks revealed ideal joys to the poor vicar, whose bands and albs were the plague of his life, for he was totally devoid of method and often forgot to order his dinner.
  • ALES
  • ARSES
  • aisles Graceful idleness was not esteemed in that country, where bread was won by strenuous toil, and the stillness and dimness of those great forest aisles emphasized the woman's artificial superficiality.
  • salsas
  • alleys
  • arch-fiend
  • bound-up
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