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  • aden The other traveller was a young Scotsman, who proposed to go as far as Aden in the Berenice, on his way to Abyssinia, trusting that a residence of some months in Egypt would enable him to pass for a Turk.
  • awn Progress toward lasting political compromise in Lebanon has been stalled by opposition from Christian strongman Gen. Michel Awn. Awn-appointed acting Prime Minister by outgoing president Amin Gemayel in September 1988-called the national reconciliation accord illegitimate and has refused to recognize the new Lebanese Government.
  • daemon Chief peculiarity of the Theages-stress laid upon the divine sign or Daemon ib.
  • dana In the first place Ripley and Dana did not thus immediately succeed Raymond on the Tribune.
  • dane There was happiness in every line of Gyda's shoulders, and in every movement she made between the fire and the table; and Dane was at home and at play.
  • darn "Darn the luck," growled Swanson.
  • darwin In this way, as Darwin showed, she attains to new species.
  • dawn Kate had said they were to fell that tree at dawn.
  • dean "Mr. Dean will be back a little later.
  • deign "If your highness," he said, "is minded to hold to his noble bones, let him deign to grant me the seven years, for the time for laughter is past, let me tell you."
  • den Den he left what was left an' went off back to de house.
  • deny Yes-they owe it all to you; you needn't try to deny it; he's told every one!
  • dew There's no dew at all.
  • dewy Once when you chafed in fever and I bore White orange blossoms dewy to your pillow You touched my hand gently, as might a father.
  • din It was a din so overwhelming that even those who had arranged it were aghast and afraid.
  • don Mardon was there, and with him a girl whom I had not seen before.
  • down We were told to sit down.
  • downy As her mind became inert, sleeping on a downy couch of forgetfulness, closely curtained, the silent forces of physical life, in her deep tranquillity, were doing an artist's work.
  • drawn "With one bound," says Spohr, "I was out of the carriage, and rushed out through the gate with a drawn hunting-knife.
  • dun A low roll of thunder was now heard to pass over the dun clouds which the tempest had left, and the setting sun filled the entire vault of heaven with the magnificence of his fire.
  • tan Mayhap her eyes deceived her, but the tan on his face seemed less brown than yellow.
  • tawny Mass of capillitium and spores golden to tawny-yellow; elaters long, simple, 4-5 mic.
  • ten This was when she was ten.
  • Dan Dan was about to cry out and call the dog back, but I stopped him in time.
  • Deon
  • Deanna
  • Dena
  • Danny "Oh, that's easy enough," replied Danny.
  • Daren
  • Denny
  • Deena
  • Deana
  • Deann
  • Diann
  • Deanne
  • dawns
  • dis-positioned
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