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- beads Will satisfy your needs Dancing between the beads – Only Dance I Know by Unknown Author
- bends Odd-Fellowship is an embodiment of family love and affection, and is the only substitute for home influence, and the only green spot in the dreary waste of life which binds these brothers to the tender practice of every virtue-guides in prosperity and health, and as a ministering angel bends over them with tenderest pity in their chamber of suffering.
- bounds "No; so long as it keeps within due bounds.
- innards I contrived to tie some of my little innards into bowknots once when I was h-hunting hippopotamusses in the Himalayas, I guess.
- Gonads One of these is to graft ovaries or testes from one animal into another which possesses a certain somatic character, and then to see if the offspring produced from these gonads shows any trace of the character of the foreign soma in which it was nourished.
- Boats 6313. Was it some of your own family who told you-No. I heard it down at the station, where the boats come in from the sea.
- bonds But no; they were still coming nearer, and his heart began to beat furiously, as, taking advantage of Murad's head being turned, the doctor freed his hands from their bonds and then lay thinking.
- binds He drives it away in the day; he drives it off by recklessness, which only binds it more and more closely round him.
- nods He folded his arms with fine, open gestures, and stood looking with approving nods upon his own handiwork.
- bands There were eight of them, who turned out to be the Minnetarees of the North, whom they knew to be one of the most dangerous bands of all that neighborhood.
- beards And then I remembered that O'Brien had a black beard too, and the thought struck me, "Can she have such pleasant recollections of black beards that I am providing her with reminiscent romance?"
- broads Donnithorpe is a little hamlet just to the north of Langmere, in the country of the Broads.