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  • beam "Now here, where I stand, will be the stairs for people to go up, and there will be that other big beam on the other side.
  • cam Third Trinity, Cambridge, has never ceased to hold its own in a high position on the Cam, and we have never heard a word of any deterioration, and much the other way, of the moral effect on the boys of being coached during their training.
  • dam That-that frenzy of mine seemed to be the breaking of a dam.
  • ea 27. After Ea had fashioned man he ...
  • ear The old lieutenant's little friend whispered in his ear.
  • eat Asked to whom he would give some, then, he replied: "Not you-eat it moyself!"
  • edam To-day we take the train for Edam, of world-wide fame as a cheese-making centre.
  • elm Asher, did you know that the elm at the end of the Common was struck just now?
  • em An' can ye go an' iron fer 'em?
  • exam We were talking to him this morning, Hilda and I and Selby-Harrison, outside the exam hall.
  • ham "Next thing I heard Dick had come into Rankin's and picked up a ham and walked off with it.
  • jam Something was beating-beating in his brain as if striving to jam through.
  • lam Mr. Lion, he'd lam aloose en miss de game, en ole Brer Rabbit, he'd lam aloose en hit it, en Mr. Lion, he'd take'n whirl in en claim it.
  • mam Wer's thic Mam 'Idger?
  • ram Captain of Gun: "Ram 'em all down, my lads!
  • ream This, say Crowe and Cavalcaselle, "was made up of one ream and twenty-nine quires, or about 288 square feet of royal folio paper, the mere pasting of which necessitated a consumption of eighty-eight pounds of flour, the mere lining of which required three pieces of Florentine linen."
  • sam It is only the Philistines in Gath who know anything of David's royal dignity, when he comes to them for the first time, 1 Sam.
  • seam I was on my knees now, watching the water stream through the parted seam of the pan bottom, down into the ashes below.
  • tam "Oh, it's so beautiful here, and Mrs. West's dress is so lovely," the girl said; "it makes me feel I must take off this horrid cloak and tam, not to be a blot.
  • team "So I guessed when I see Mike's team.
  • yam He stood by her, cheered her solitude, and by a great yam and banana plantation he turned the bush into a fruitful garden.
  • Nam Am-nam and am also mean "from."
  • Pam She said she wanted to know Pam.
  • Elam From the mountains of Elam to the coast of the Mediterranean the Babylonian language was understood, the Babylonian system of writing was taught and learned, Babylonian literature was studied, Babylonian trade was carried on, and Babylonian law was in force.
  • AM Now, what am I to do?
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