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- anchor They will anchor, not come to the land.
- andes Meanwhile, the glaciers of the Alps, the Andes, and of all the mountains of the world hitherto vanquished by the sun, which for several thousand centuries had been thrust back into their last entrenchments, resumed their triumphant march.
- andrew Andrew started to his feet.
- endow What will you endow me with next?
- indoor One does the out-door work of the store, and the other the indoor work.
- undershot Undershot wheel, and it looks as though it could be raised or lowered.
- unshod Lyon saw clearly that the place to fight for St. Louis and Missouri was in the neighborhood of Springfield, and by messenger and letter he importuned that St. Louis be left to the care of the loyal Germans of the Home Guards, who had shown their ability to handle the city, and that all the other troops there and elsewhere in the State be rushed forward to him, with shoes and clothing for his unshod, ragged soldiers, and sufficient rations for the army, which had well-nigh exhausted the country upon which it had been living for so long.
- And And, oh, now you know!"
- Andre Then suddenly, he begins to cry out: "Poor Andre!
- Anton But he did not notice this, and went on in a voice too low for the lovers to hear: "I needn't praise Anton to you any more.
- Andy Let Andy wanst get larned here at home, and you'll be seein' what he'll do.
- Ants During the fight, the ants carry off their dead and wounded to a place of safety in the rear.
- endows Society also endows some roles with considerable clarity, while leaving others open to individual interpretation, The roles people play and the way in which they play them determine personality.
- ends A social letter begins: Dear Lady Kent, and ends: Believe me, dear Lady Kent, sincerely yours.