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  • backboards In the schoolmistress, with her powdered nose and her portly figure, and her dull past of samplers and backboards and Mrs. Chapone, there dwelt as sturdy a spirit as in any of the rough Bristol shipmasters from whom she sprang.
  • bards It is alleged against him by Niebuhr, that through jealousy he suppressed the ballad and epic poetry of the early bards.
  • beards "True," said the King; "the old judges wore beards."
  • boards Its boards had burst, and scattered about, lay thirty double louis, which had been hidden in the golden hair.
  • buckboards There were no tracks in it now but the flat hoof-prints of burros and the wire-twined wheel-marks of desert buckboards; even the road was half obliterated by the swoop of the winds which had torn up the hard-packed dirt, yet the going was good and as the racer purred on Virginia settled back in her seat.
  • cards Mr. Hoskins could call with us, and they would send us cards."
  • cords It was the last of January, and all through the winter Nance had been thinking seriously of that life beyond the mountains which was drawing her with irresistible, invisible cords.
  • cowards Strange that the face which in anger withered cowards and made men look grave, was capable of such infinite tenderness,-tenderness and sorrow.
  • cuboid The navicular and the cuboid unite, and the distal end of the fibula is ankylosed with the tibia.
  • cupboards She made a great appearance of being busy, going to and from the kitchen and the cupboards, wrapping up and putting into the bag all manner of things that she had not meant to take, in order that she might not be still to look at, or to talk to McNab.
  • CURDS We had Curds and Creame; and she wished it were the Time of Strawberries, for she sayd they had large Beds; and then my Father and the Boys went forthe to looke for Master Agnew.
  • duckboards A hand lying on the duckboards; a Boche and a Highlander locked in a deadly embrace at the edge of Highwood; the "Cough-drop" with the stench coming from its watery bottom; the shell-holes with the shapes of bodies faintly showing through the putrid water-all these things made one think terribly of what human beings had been through, and were going through a bit further on, and would be going through for perhaps years more-who knew how many?
  • Guards But our guards ought to have stopped it there.
  • keyboards The smile on Annie Benton's pretty face vanished at once, as she turned her head and looked from him, at the same time trying to run her fingers over the keys; but they had lost their cunning, and her hands soon lay idly on the keyboards.
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