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  • ara 7:38 And the sons of Jether; Jephunneh, and Pispah, and Ara.
  • ear "It seemed to me as if I heard a voice singing again and again in my ear: 'Victory!
  • earl They, as well as the king and the earl, received part of the profits of justice.
  • earn Why don't you earn enough to keep your 'usband like a gentleman?
  • era I now come to the great era of my life,-Love.
  • mara The Strada di Mara contained no bravos reckless enough to follow these incredible Americans on this wild night of trouble.
  • para In fact, it rains nearly every afternoon in Para, and the air is always moist, so much so, that articles made of steel and iron quickly rust, and furniture must be pegged together rather than glued to keep it from coming apart.
  • tara Now there was a grandson to the Dagda Mor, the Lord of the Underworld, and he was named Aillen mac Midna, out of Shi' Finnachy, and this Aillen bore an implacable enmity to Tara and the Ard-Ri'.
  • Ezra The figure of Ezra, though not without a certain devout energy, is somewhat stiff and formal; but the personality revealed by the memoirs of Nehemiah is gracious almost to the point of romance.
  • Cara Womanlike, Cara was the first to recover her self-possession.
  • Kara The rain was still falling, and Kara had to rub the windows free of the mist which had gathered on them to discover where he was.
  • Lara Then they take up their stilettos, replace them in their sheaths, and again sitting down, listen to De Lara, to learn from him the nature of that deed, for doing which they have so solemnly compacted.
  • Zara I can hardly fancy Helen playing Zara; yet, if the whim should seize her, I think it would be easy to prove to her that the part did not suit her at all.
  • Sara When, at length, the kind madame left them, Sara looked about her with an odd feeling, half forlorn, half thankful.
  • EARS I could scarcely believe my ears.
  • EARP Virgil Earp had made a different plan.
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