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  • banning I will not speak of the books that you ought never to have published, the books that are not books; most of these the librarian can avoid buying, but sometimes a book is just "ower gude for banning," and he has to take it and catalogue it and store it, and take account of it and rearrange it, and, after all, get scolded by his authorities or ridiculed by the public for housing so much rubbish.
  • behind "Thank the Lord, we're behind that smoke, anyhow," he observed, when he could get his breath.
  • bend Flatray swung from his saddle and stooped over the body lying at the bend of the wash.
  • bending "Now, thou hardened sinner," cried the Bruiser, bending over him.
  • benign But though Nature had made him ugly, he had an agreeable expression, a sweet benign look in his large dark eyes, which attracted me, and I stayed to talk with him.
  • benin But the breeze continued steady and fresh, and they were now crossing the Bight of Benin; the weather was fine and the sea smooth; the flying-fish rose in shoals, and dropped down into the raft, which still forced its way through the water to the northward.
  • bernard Accounts exist of the services rendered by these noble dogs of Saint Bernard in saving life among the snowy regions of the Alps.
  • bernini It is much mutilated, but is the ruin of a very fine work; Bernini expressed great admiration for it.
  • beyond We had forced beyond the second hundred miles from Svartevoeg.
  • bind His hands and feet were securely tied and a second rope wound round so as to bind him to the bunk.
  • blind Then she murmured, "How can Cassandra-" but changed her sentence to the opposite of what she meant to say and ended, "how could she herself have been so blind?"
  • burning The answer was burning on her lips.
  • Binning Mother Binning drew a thread from her distaff.
  • Boning What's the use of boning all the time!
  • Belinda Nor would it have mattered much if Belinda had had no proper name either, for she was never called anything but Butter-ball.
  • Benita But it was not so fated, for just as he put his foot forward to continue his march Benita spoke in her low and pleasant voice.
  • Benito "Sure, an' I'll have Benito captured by the time you birds go into action," he told the gang.
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