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  • abound "The heart that loves, finds beauty and grandeur everywhere," responded uncle Paul; "not only the mountain passes, but the valleys echo His praise, and there are few places so sterile but human lives abound." Skies run vast around We'll find our place there These Borderlands abound Strike a path trough air – Flight's End by burst
  • about Put her about, quick!" Of the stuff I talk about Just carefully remove the lid And take a whiff if you've a doubt I'm sure you wouldn't want me – The Speed Test by Unknown Author
  • aeneid -Opening Lines of the Aeneid.
  • aloud I don't know what came over me-I was thinking aloud." Turning up the heat I start to dream aloud You move my hands and feet Won't you step into this cloud – Quiet Steam by Peter Gabriel
  • annul I understand him to insist, that, if the exigency of the case, in the opinion of any State government, require it, such State government may, by its own sovereign authority, annul an act of the general government which it deems plainly and palpably unconstitutional.
  • anode Anode foils with amorphous oxide are primarily used for electrolytic capacitors with stable long-life characteristics, for capacitors with low leakage current values, and for e-caps with rated voltages up to about 100 volts.
  • ant A brilliant black ant imitates its green cousin in the construction of a leafy dwelling somewhat similar in design but on a smaller scale, and having no apparent weapon of defence, save odour-and not very much of that-adopts a novel plan of protecting its refuge against assaults.
  • ante The children of the ante-reformation were not called upon to hear sermons; and the few exhortations given in Lent to the monks of Beaulieu were so exclusively for the religious that seculars were not invited to them.
  • anti And Schopenhauer's calling the non-rational or anti-rational element in the world 'will' helps to make plainer the real problem of evil.
  • arnold He appealed to Congress whose committee confirmed the report of the commissioners with the remark that Arnold had been allowed too much.
  • around I looked around to see if I were alone in this.
  • avoid "I cannot avoid the conclusion," he says, "that we are bound to be prepared for the worst.
  • end Was there to be no end to them?
  • endue
  • enid
  • nod
  • snood
  • snout
  • undue
  • And He turned, and recognised Sylv.
  • Canoed
  • Ind
  • Anita Yes it was Miss Anita Van Vorst, with her knapsack so adroitly arranged that no one would have suspected she was the little humpback who had once only taken an outing when wheeled in a chair.
  • Andy God bless you, Andy!
  • ANON Then Christopher said to him: "If thou wilt not tell me, I shall anon depart from thee and shall serve thee no more."
  • anted
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