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- alas In my half sleep I thought that this some one was you, my poor friend; but, alas!
- alias In July following Dr. Hall had the proud satisfaction of seeing Georgia fully represented by men honest and true-always excepting Judas Iscariot alias Zubly.
- ally She told nobody; not even Ally, who liked her to be ambitious.
- alms So great was the ridicule, however, which followed, that he gave up his serious thoughts for the time, though it is related that he kept an alms-box, into which he put money whenever his conscience accused him of wrong-doing.
- aloes A few cactus shrubs and aloes were scattered about in rear of the principal dwelling, in the midst of which stood several mud-huts resembling gigantic bee-hives.
- alps When summer came, Uller went with his wife up to the North Pole; or they lived in a house, on the top of the Alps.
- also I also engaged with them the year before.
- always 9156. But do you always get it?
- laws We must always remember that the laws should be made not for the benefit of any one class, but for the benefit of the whole country.
- Alloys Lead, too, is found in some of the bronze alloys; the word itself being, apparently, of Keltic origin.
- allows "My heart loves that of whose existence my intellect allows the probability, and my will puts the seal to the blessed compact which produces faith"-an ingenious application of his favourite category.
- allays The bark of the tree yields moisture, and being eaten allays the thirst.
- awls Why did the Cave men make holes in their awls?
- lays Well, and what is the condition she lays such stress upon?
- AILS Then I saw a Bright One with wings come up to me, who said, Mercy, what ails you?
- ALBS The accusers, all ecclesiastics, sat upon the right hand of the judges; they wore their albs and stoles.