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- assess When they landed at Hall's, Tom was at once involved in a wrangle with the manager as to the amount of damage done to the tub; which the latter refused to assess before he knew what had happened to it; while our hero vigorously and with reason maintained, that if he knew his business it could not matter what had happened to the boat.
- assets His securities in stocks and bonds, his assets were all sound?"
- assist She longed to be able to seek Don Luis, and to warn him of his danger; or to have some trusty messenger whom she could send to assist him; but she felt that she was helpless, and so completely did her agitation overcome her, that she was obliged to fly to her own chamber, to give way to her feelings in tears.
- assizes Assizes were not often held at Cahors, and he had had few occasions to read an indictment as tragic as this present one, with the result that he lacked confidence now.
- oasis The window looked out upon a land of fire, with the house, an oasis in the center of it, cut off by wide "fire breaks," which left it beyond all danger.
- Essays San Francisco Chronicle-"Some of these essays are among the best in the English language."
- Oases Three or four children is a good number for women in these oases.
- Asps The willows come first, then elms, in brown flower, then quaking-asps and birches, and then maples.
- abases He abases himself before his foe, and cries for mercy, although he cannot speak.
- eases A grave, gentle, somewhat effeminate boy, with a great love of books and a wonderful power of application to study, he suffered so much during those years of early maturity, that, as in almost all such eases , his nature was corrupted.
- amasses Next, they saw that intellectual thought, by analysing sense experience, amasses an ever-growing multitude of abstract and conceptually distinct thought-objects, which it utilizes as predicates for the interpretation of this sense experience.
- assists A recent writer upon our wild life says he has discovered that the cowbird watches over its young and assists the foster-parents in providing food for them-an observation so contrary to all that we know of parasitical birds, both at home and abroad, that no real observer can credit the statement.
- assays The golden reports of Humboldt had been based on assays of selected rich specimens, and were mainly delirium and insanity.
- asks If, as I said in "Life and Habit," any one asks who taught the world to believe in evolution, the answer to the end of time must be that it was Mr. Darwin.
- assails And when the subject of the cartoon is a political one, the debate grows hot and the fun more furious, and it usually ends by Tories and Radicals accepting a compromise-for the parties are pretty evenly balanced at the Table; while Mr. Burnand assails both sides with perfect indifference.