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  • basics However, here, in the psycho-med building, was what might be called re-judgment, for here, assisted by the latest advances that could trickle down through the long bureaucracy above-and aided by ideas that yeasted up, not down-Dr. Thornberry's staff went back to basics with the question, what is re-claimable, for the man and for us, in this man?
  • basis If we want to avail ourselves of the Bible Promises on the basis of the Bible teaching, we cannot throw the teaching overboard.
  • Abacuses
  • Backs The backs took their places again and the ball went back to center.
  • Bases Then when Hartley found Post's first delivery for two bases, sending Young home, the Ferry Hill pitcher went up into the air.
  • Basses An unfortunate clergyman, in the neighbourhood of Eauxbonnes in the Basses Pyrenees, was not as fortunate as the Slovack peasant; for, as he was returning from visiting the sick in January, 1830, he was beset by hungry wolves, and torn to pieces by them; the fragments which they left, and the blood upon the snow, alone telling his fate.
  • Biases Also, how do our biases influence our teaching regarding family?
  • bags Her Majesty's bags have been stolen.
  • balsas The place was very busy, and far more people were moving about than I had been accustomed to see at Quito; and in the harbour were a number of vessels-large ships and small ones, and curious rafts, on which the natives were sailing or paddling about, called balsas.
  • cases 7768. Was it done in many cases?
  • backsides 486: "It happened in an English village where Saint Austin was preaching, that the Pagans therein did beat and abuse both him and his associates, opprobriously tying fish-tails to their backsides; in revenge whereof an impudent author relateth ...
  • busies Then her little hand busies itself about the bandage on Amory's forehead, and my occupation is gone.
  • basks Luckily, he is a kindly disposed arbiter and the Street basks under his smile."
  • abidingnesses
  • amnemonic
  • amoebalike
  • anilities
  • antichrists
  • antipastos
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