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  • abbacy Two of the oldest of the northern leaders, the Baron De Longville and the Lord of Esmond, had been first named, then the learned and courtier-like Abbot of Moberley who was beneath the insurgent banner because of the King's high-handed procedure in the matter of Moberley Abbey, where, during the absence on pilgrimage of the rightful holder, he had declared the abbacy vacant and conferred it with all its lands upon one of his shameless favorites from Normandy.
  • back No, I'm not going back, that's all."
  • bag We've made a big bag for only three guns.
  • baggage I yelled, picking up four pieces of baggage.
  • bake Then cover the dish, and put it in an Oven to bake for half-an hour; or till the Marrow be sufficiently baked.
  • base Back to Base-if these are not what we want we can start again later."
  • basic He came to see that in an old world there was no basic law but that law which had held from the first day in the new world.
  • basics Other acquaintance theorists suggest that we can have acquaintance with basics such as “yellow or not yellow”; ourselves; states, properties, things, or facts (per Sellars’s explanation in his rejection of acquaintance theory); feeling, sensations, ticklings, afterimages, itches, etc.
  • basis No selection is made on the basis of color.
  • bass She leaped from her seat, came towards me with flashing eyes, and laying her hands on my shoulders, began to whisper, or rather to hum in her peculiar bass voice: Look you, now!
  • beach He left the garden, and Gabrielle followed him to the beach behind the house.
  • beg I beg her to forgive me."
  • bias Bid your ugly Bias keep away!
  • big "Such a big one!
  • bike The chemical process of vulcanization is a type of cross-linking that changes rubber to the hard, durable material associated with car and bike tires.
  • book He drew out a pocket-book.
  • boss It's a private car and belongs to my boss here."
  • box Birdie tossed the box over and looked at her wrist-watch.
  • buck Zure, how the measter will laugh when he zees the fine buck that oie a'zhot."
  • bug You are so small, Lady Bug."
  • bus Only when the bus reached the Mapusa bus terminus was I finally on familiar territory.
  • bush Every few steps he paused to listen and to look sharply under every tree and bush.
  • busy Mademoiselle, I am busy.
  • Babies And where do the babies come in?
  • Because Because I don't want to.
  • Boxes He wanted to get a box like white squaws had, the boxes in which they went to the Happy Hunting Ground.
  • bags Then came the disposition of the bags and parcels.
  • books As soon as you have left your books return to me."
  • buys And the Sasunnach who buys it, claims rights over them that never grew on the land or were hid in its caves!
  • bugs What sort of bugs are they?
  • buses It was five o'clock, and day was breaking as we got our patients out of the buses and deposited them in the various hospitals as we could find room for them.
  • boys What do the boys like?
  • bucks "A thousand bucks-that's nowhere near enough," Two-and-Two mourned further.
  • bushes "No," answered Spanish pride, crouching in the bushes, "I could not do that."
  • bikes Other members included Fred Ballmeyer, Ora Brailey, Curt and Buff Harrison, Doc Myers, Emil Winzeler, Doc Miley, Frank Harper, Dan Raymond (who fixed everyone’s bikes), Sid Black (a trick cyclist from Cleveland who later became president of the Packard Motor Company) and Barney Oldfield.
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