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- bap 1061 2 "Chapel, Ilford Hospital of St Mary and St Thomas of Canterbury, Redbridge", British Listed Buildings, retrieved 13 November 2014↑ Davies, C S L "Allen, Bennet (bap.
- bead They were not very large-each bead perhaps about the size of a pea-of a large pea, that is to say.
- beak The stork, having a very convenient beak for the purpose, stood up and offered his services, which were gratefully accepted.
- beam Staggering backward against the wooden beam, Adah leaned there for support, while she replied: "You would not understand if I should tell you the terrible struggle it was for me to be thrown each day in the society of one as noble, as good as Irving Stanley, and not come at last to feel for him as a poor governess ought never to feel for the handsome, gifted brother of her employer.
- bean This delicious vegetable is as easily raised as its "hail-fellow well met," the bean.
- bear Death of the bear.
- beat "I don't know that you could beat it, Mr. Allerdyke.
- beau Beau Lovelace started back in amazement.
- beep If the ball ceases to beep, or if it hits the pitcher, and becomes a "dead ball," the count is reset and the batter swings again.
- heap They found a heap of loose ashes in the bedroom stove.
- leap I's sixteen," and she clapped her hands as she gave another leap.
- neap The breakwaters in front of Havre, constructed in 1896-1907, for sheltering the altered entrance to the port, were formed of a sorted rubble mound, protected on the sea slope by concrete blocks, and raised a little above low water of spring tides, upon which large blocks of masonry, built on land, were deposited with their upper surfaces about 18 in. above low water of neap tides.
- reap So shall we acknowledge it, before we reap the morn, With our hands to heaven, and our knees unto the Lord.