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  • airily "There's no necessity," she said, airily.
  • alaric Alleging that his arrears were unpaid, Alaric accepted the command, and with this army sacked Rome.
  • alkali We pushed on up the creek, kicking up clouds of alkali dust as we went.
  • allele Allele discrimination is achieved using FRET combined with one or two allele-specific probes that hybridize to the SNP polymorphic site.
  • allure I thought I had assured you that a bright prospect would not allure me, nor a dark one affright me, if only we are one in heart. Well might thou scorn thy Readers to allure With tinkling Rhime, of thy own Sense secure; – On Mr. Milton's Paradise Lost by Andrew Marvell
  • april Washington had at this time no prisoners in his hands other than those taken as described, because the prisoners of the 19th of April had been exchanged on the 6th of June.
  • earlier Cutter looked at the weapons especially, and remarked that they were not so good as those which used to be found ten years earlier.
  • eerily And seen from one angle, high up, unsupported, floating in the very air and eerily unsubstantial, was a temple lit by bale-fires that shone wanly at its base.
  • elul
  • oriel
  • Ariel They are searching for Ariel!
  • Aurelia I shall have to think, for I've had a Rose and a Violet and a Lily, besides one named Victoria, and one Aurelia.
  • Aurelio Bonelli, Aurelio, a Bolognese, pupil to the Caracci.
  • Elroy
  • Uriel
  • allured But even this became at last unendurable, and moreover the moist breath of the fountain allured him out into the silent night.
  • allures The State, in such an operation, is not a debtor who discharges his debt; it is a stock-company which allures its stockholders into a trap, and there, contrary to its authentic promise, exacts from them twenty, thirty, or forty per cent.
  • unrulier
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