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  • back Don't give me money, honey, i don't want it back You and your pony face and your union jack – For You by Bruce Springsteen
  • backer It suggested, too, that Ralph Fergus and his financial backer, Harvey Maxwell, might have developed some special money-making scheme which would not bear exposure.
  • bag And I blew into a bag But the hiccups kept a-comin Nag, nag, nag – Honky Tonk Hiccups by Neko Case
  • bake
  • beach (Together) We will love the beach (Together) We will learn and teach – Go West by Unknown Author
  • bead
  • beak With peculiar vividness he remembered the eccentric little bird on the bronze clock on the mantel, which had hopped from its swinging perch to strike the hour with its beak; and through the open windows he could hear still the din of traffic in the street below and the ceaseless, irregular tread of footsteps upon the pavement.
  • beaker He had admired the piece of glass, the fine old beaker with its ornament of silver foliage, which she proffered to him, and she had said that it came from her father's collection.
  • beam A stick was set upright in the ground and to this the beam of a balance was attached by its centre.
  • bean Then Bawly took a rest and ate some more of his lunch, laying his bean shooter down on top of a stump.
  • bear I cannot bear much more....
  • beat Wimble's heart beat high as he thought of the chance.
  • beau Not so tall as his son, he was more firmly knit, and with a kind of dainty neatness in his appearance which suggested the beau in earlier days.
  • beck And I fancy it was none too easy to find yourself at the beck and call of another woman.
  • becket On this dark night, the Johnnie Duncan, though making a great effort-considering that she had jibs down and wheel in the becket-to stay as she was put, yet would fall away or come-to, especially when the wind shifted two or three points at a jump.
  • become What will become of them?"
  • bede
  • bee
  • beg
  • beggar
  • beige
  • berg 28-35; and Writing the Short-Story, J. Berg Esenwein, pp.
  • berk
  • beta
  • bicker
  • bike
  • bock
  • buck
  • Became
  • Because
  • Becker
  • Begat
  • Began
  • Betake
  • Brae
  • Berger
  • Becky
  • Bela
  • BIC
  • BC
  • BBC
  • CECA
  • Becks
  • almsgivings
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