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- artless But I was soon relieved-This tale is too artless to be false, said he, turning to me.
- articles it's all confetti and rice particles, trophies and vice articles, – 15 Minutes to Live by buck 65
- adduces Authorities are divided upon this point, many contending that an independent origin is impossible, and others that it may occasionally arise in this way. Among the latter is Murchison, who adduces in support of the position he takes several instances in which poverty, with overcrowding and deficient ventilation, appears to have been the only cause of extensive outbreaks of the disease, as in the case of the Black Assize already alluded to. These cases the opposite party explain by assuming that the germs of the disease are capable of lying dormant for a long time until roused into activity by favoring circumstances.
- artists You could be the hardest, we'll just be the smartest I warn you not to start us, we're not your average artists – G-Unit by g-unit
- atolls From the limited depths at which reef-building polypifers can flourish, taken into consideration with certain other circumstances, we are compelled to conclude, as it will be seen, that both in atolls and barrier-reefs, the foundation on which the coral was primarily attached, has subsided; and that during this downward movement, the reefs have grown upwards.
- aisles Then said the angel-and his face Lightened abroad until the place Grew larger for a moment's space,- The long aisles flashing out in light, And nave and transept, columns white And arches crossed, being clear to sight As if the roof were off and all Stood in the noon-sun,-"Lo, I call To other hearts as liberal. From our wiles, We've locked the doors, We've blocked the aisles, We've a franchise worth exploiting – The Merchandisers by Unknown Author
- artistes He had paid no heed to the concert, his eyes being fixed all the while upon Max and his two companions; but that air had been sung by one of the great artistes, and words and music had forced themselves upon him so that they seemed for hours after to be ringing in his ears.