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  • adjustable rate mortgage
  • am out of the woods
  • am out of woods
  • am out sorts
  • applies treatment
  • bastes "Och, your honour, I'll soon be after remembering which is which when I see the bastes again, though I haven't crossed a horse's back since I left," said Larry, in answer to my uncle's remark.
  • beasts I have sold few beasts now for several years, but I always got the money paid down to me on the day when I sold them.
  • bests Other youths were wearing gaudy ties and imperilling their Sunday bests; he was letting precious time slip.
  • blasts Braving the blasts, I went outside the igloo.
  • boast It was Lem's boast that he never had been and never would be a politician.
  • boasters How they scratch and blow like pigs and boasters!
  • boasts In another war, he boasts of having slaughtered the people and set fire to them, and netted the entire country as men net birds.
  • Boats Finding that I was not too weak to be moved, the sailors then carried me down into one of the boats, and I left the junk for ever.
  • boost Long ago, when I used to crab you, she gave it to me in the neck; and now when I try to boost you, you seem to get it.
  • boosters Our banks are housed in palaces, and our Chamber of Commerce and our Merchants and Manufacturers and our Real Estate Exchange and all the rest of our boosters have commodious and expensive quarters; but our prisoners lie in torment, and no one boosts for them.
  • boosts The man who has a reputation for being independent never gets boosts.
  • Boots Someone said: ''Ow abaht our Sunday boots on now?
  • busts We have here presented to us the busts, models, sketches, and forms in clay, plaster, or marble, which represent all his works.
  • conventional mortgage
  • de clares
  • dont buying
  • draw breath
  • draw conclusion
  • dug in to the past
  • earning one's keep
  • oboists
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