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  • bones I took care, however, to see the bones of my old friend once more buried in a place where they were not likely to be disturbed.
  • bonus 15,085. Would it not virtually be wages, with a bonus on the amount of the produce besides?
  • Basses "Only two basses in the choir, and the new Te Deum, Ruth.
  • Boluses You take one of these boluses just before each meal and one before going to bed.
  • Bonuses Already, indeed, many banks, mercantile firms, and public companies practically recognise the value of the principle, by giving bonuses or presents to their clerks at the end of a profitable year.
  • Bosses "Some of them bosses are bad," he insisted.
  • Nurses In the morning two nurses would come on duty, one to look after her and another to cook.
  • blouses The girls were all very much excited at the thought of the dinner-blouses.
  • buses Yesterday the reserve divisions, which were brought up in buses and then assembled in places near our new front, to be flung against our advanced lines, had a dreadful time, and must have suffered great losses.
  • bounces He says he don't think it can be done anyhow, he says a ox ain't no chestnut to stick in the ashes till he bounces out cooked o' his own accord.
  • onuses
  • busies Hypatia salutes Summerhays from a distance with an enigmatic lift of her eyelids in his direction and a demure nod before she sits down at the worktable and busies herself with her needle.
  • baronesses Generals and staff-officers, countesses and baronesses were crowded together, with the ladies of the financial world, near ministers and counsellors in this gorgeous saloon, which was the delight and admiration of the envious, and excited the tongues of the slanderous.
  • bouncers The whole concluded with a volcano, or general explosion and discharge of suns and stars, squibs, bouncers, crackers, rockets, and grenadoes, which involved the gardens for above an hour after in a cloud of intolerable smoke.
  • am accord
  • am acquainted
  • be ignorant
  • am on move
  • are composed of
  • disburbs
  • doing over
  • ensuals
  • gets on it
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