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  • asl Since Burke actively teaches and 'does philosophy using American Sign Language, she has also worked extensively both on the development of a more thorough philosophical lexicon for ASL, and on philosophical questions about what linguistic features should
  • basal There were then as now the beautiful arches; there were the fragments of the temple porches, with their pillars; there was the "unknown column with the buried base"; there were all the elements of emotion and meditation; and it is possible that sentiment has only been cumbered Avith the riches which archaeology has dug up for it by lowering the surface of the Cow Field fifteen or twenty feet; by scraping clean the buried pavements; by identifying the storied points; by multiplying the fragments of basal or columnar marbles and revealing the plans of temples and palaces and courts and tracing the Sacred Way on which the magnificence of the past went to dusty death.
  • dale "If the fires are at Dale-" There was a flicker of anxiety in Mrs. Cameron's eyes.
  • dali He had wandered over to the wall to look at his Dali.
  • dds DDS Building Innovation AS develops software tools for design and production of timber-frame buildings.
  • deal "There's a great deal to be said for your plan," she said.
  • decal The Twins and Minnesota Vikings honored the victims of the collapse by placing a decal of a simulated I-35W shield sign with the date "8-1-07" on the backstop wall within the Metrodome, which was always visible in the typical behind-the-pitcher viewpoint
  • desalt
  • descale
  • dial Nine years ago, just as the silvery voice of a dial in the dying lady's bedroom was striking nine upon a summer evening, had the last visual ray streamed from her seeking eyes upon her orphan twins, after which, throughout the night, she had slept away into heaven.
  • dias The arms are broken off, and to my mind they conveyed a lively idea of the figures or idols which Bernal Dias met with on the coast, containing hideous faces of demons.
  • diesel It also contains comments from men and women who flew planes powered by the Packard diesel.
  • dis In twenty minutes I'll have to start dis-" "Don't say it, darling.
  • disable To disable the pilot of the opposing aeroplane will be the first object.
  • disallow Mr. Asquith as Prime Minister accepted the mutual covenant which Redmond had proposed, and allowed Lord Kitchener to disallow fulfilment of it.
  • dismal Kent was straining his eyes to see the top of the hill, where the dismal sight shadows lay heavily upon the dismal black earth.
  • distal All specimens of P. leonhardschultzei have either a bifid or double tubercle beneath the fourth finger, and some have a bifid distal tubercle beneath the third finger.
  • doable To make a barrel of soap, it will require about five or six bushels of ashes, with at least four quarts of unslacked stone lime; if slacked, doable the quantity.
  • docile He listened very docile like, an' hadn't much to say, But what he did was vent'red in a satisfact'ry way; He'd severed somewhat from his kin, an' sort o' lost the run, But he recalled the Stebbinses, when mentioned, one by one; An' takin' him inside an' out, our family scarcely owns A relative more relishin' than Jeroboam Jones.
  • doily The small individual dishes are pleasing, when served on a fresh doily.
  • dole John Dole testified:- I saw, sir, a large fire-stick of candle-wood, a stone, and a fire-brand to fall down.
  • doll Just so little girls are prone to pet a doll, the maternal instinct exhibiting itself in early childhood.
  • dollar It was too late to go anywhere that night, so a bargain was struck whereby she agreed to let them remain and have breakfast for one dollar more, or eleven dollars in all.
  • dolly "Ay," muttered he, gloomily, "it was but too true; we did desert her, and that was not our bargain, Dolly.
  • dorsal It was an ugly thrust,-all the dorsal muscles pierced, but no internal mischief done.
  • dorsally The narial rim is wide, but wider ventrally than dorsally.
  • dos El voluntario compara las dos versiones y corrige las diferencias.
  • dosage Then, soothed by these happy thoughts, and by a somewhat increased dosage of his drug, the Billionaire gradually and contentedly fell asleep, to dream of victory, and vengeance, and power.
  • dose He had taken a rather larger dose of chloral than usual the night before, and he had over-slept himself.
  • dosed Then the brandy came, we dosed Tammy and soon brought him round.
  • doss That boy-he was asleep at the twopenny doss, and the trousers were drying.
  • douala
  • douse I'll try it, doctor; but, 'twixt me an' you, I doubt ef anybody on the lot'll have the courage to douse 'im.
  • dowel The spokes are made of dowel rods; these fitting into a hub that can easily be turned out on the lathe.
  • dowse And there's a pail of water and soap there by the doorway; it will do you no harm to dowse with it.
  • dual In the second place, it is a very singular thing that meaning, which is single, should generate objective reference, which is dual, namely true and false.
  • ducal So close had it gone that a little of the ducal blood trickled out over his collar.
  • mosul The fallen capital of West Asia was devastated by the conquerors to such effect that it never recovered, and its life passed away for ever across the Tigris, to the site on which Mosul stands at the present day.
  • nasal His nasal voice carried well.
  • oslo An ancient town named Oslo occupied the site in the middle of the eleventh century.
  • sail Remember, however, that this will be the true course to sail.
  • sale The former brought with them, in connection with other goods, precious stones for sale.
  • saul Is Saul among the prophets?
  • seal It was not, then, without curiosity as to the cause that Mary broke the large seal and read as follows:- Carlsruhe, Saturday Evening, Cour de Bade.
  • sisal Other lines of industry worthy of mention, but not possible of detailed description here, include sponges, tortoise shell, honey, wax, molasses, and henequen or sisal.
  • soil Now the soil again is fertile.
  • sol He was tall, thin-even gaunt, perhaps-and his face was long, rather pale, and shrewd and gentle; something in its oddity not unremindful of the late Sol Smith Russell.
  • soul Where's Henry's soul, Anna?
  • tarsal The insect had been invaded by a parasitic fungus which everywhere filled the animal, occupying the position of all the soft tissue, and extending even into the tarsal joints.
  • teasel The restoration of peace has caused the Isatis to be again neglected; but the Reseda luteola, or, Dyer's woad, is much cultivated in the neighborhood, as is the Teasel for the use of the cloth manufactory.
  • tesla Mr. Tesla has devised numerous forms of rotating mercury break.
  • tonal The recitative has fared worst; in it singers have become accustomed to see only a certain conventional sequence of tonal phrases, which they can pull about and draw out according to their sweet will.
  • topsail Down on the upper topsail yard, Quoin's and Jaskett's voices rose simultaneously, and in the identical instant, their flares went out.
  • total The surface area of Mars is just about equal to the total area of dry land on the earth.
  • tousle James Hardin was carrying two bubbly, squirmy, tousle-headed babies, on one arm, and a huge suitcase in the other hand, and his gray felt hat set on the back of his shock of black hair at an angle of deep desperation, though patience shone from every line of his strong, gaunt body, and I could see in the half light that there were no lines of irritation about his mouth, which Richard had said looked to him like that of the prophet Hosea, when I had shown him the picture that Father had had snapped of himself and the Crag, with their great string of quail, on one of their hunting-trips, just before Father died.
  • zola On February 7 Zola was brought to trial.
  • Del The boxes were taken on without accident, and by Friday dusk the Cristobal had a thousand weapons aboard for the rebels of Pinar del Rio.
  • Does How does a Lamb take away sin?
  • Dost Dost thou remember when I came at night through the forest to warn thee?"
  • Sal Singing Sal knows far more about the coast than I do, and I want to learn more.
  • Doyle Doyle, of the British, shows strongly what different views, men engaged on opposite sides, will take of the same transaction.
  • Edsel
  • Della Its story is told in the red-printed colophon, the wording of which is very prettily turned: Fine della prima Cantica appellata Inferno della Commedia di Dante poeta eccellentissimo.
  • Darla Darla bites an unsuspecting Joyce Summers (Buffys mother), making it look as if Angel did it.
  • deals It deals with but a single situation.
  • doses Glenning had his case on his knees, rapidly preparing the doses to be given that night.
  • duos Though he as yet knew but little of counterpoint and composition, his creative talent already began to assert itself, and he produced several duos and trios, as well as solo compositions, which evinced great promise, though crude and faulty in the extreme.
  • dials Dirrul ran to the control panel and twisted dials frantically, pulling every lever he could find.
  • DOZ 05 3 scissors 1.25 1 doz.
  • TESOL
  • TESL
  • DOLLS Your father is so kind; but he doesn't know how much I enjoyed painting again-even those paper dolls.
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