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  • dec The Barthou Cabinet had been overthrown early in December, 1913, after a vote on a government loan.
  • dice There was the very real prospect he had rolled the dice one time too many.
  • dick But Dick Wantele got up.
  • die Quick-out of the tunnels now or we'll die right here!
  • dig How wonderful to dig such beauty from the dark ground down in the black earth!
  • dim Behind these the grey morning grew; a dim day broke slowly on the tired, shaken city.
  • din But suddenly they hear the din of iron ringing on the rock above them....
  • dip There they were, in the light of a peat fire and the tallow dip, supremely happy.
  • dis Dis ain't no place for us, I reckon."
  • disc Fumbling around the front of his waistcoat for a moment, he found a black silk string, which he pulled, bringing to his hand a little round disc of glass.
  • doc You've got to cyore 'im, doc!
  • fdic
  • pic After travelling thus about nine miles, I perceived a blue pic nearly due north, which I named Mount Narrien; and Yuranigh saw from a tree, that there was a range in the same direction, but very distant.
  • sic "Is it no wonderfu', Donal'," remarked one of these Scots, "that a tradesman suld be sic a bonnie poet?"
  • tic He had a slight tic, moving his eyebrows sometimes suddenly upward.
  • Did What number did you say?
  • Vic "I doubt the charm of the latter individual, Vic!
  • BIC Maquignaz, F. Bic, and Jos.
  • DC This class of a thousand yoga students was held in Washington, D.C.-see dc.
  • DIV My mummar says-see-sall-div me a penny...."
  • DIR It was during these days that he wrote his famous hymn, "Valet will ich dir geben," one of the finest hymns for the dying in the German language.
  • MIC Spores in mass pale ochraceous, globose, even, 5-7 mic.
  • DICT Gromaly, and Halliwell's "Dict."
  • a finish
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