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  • alas Alas, that my lady's face and her eyes were too beautiful, and that in an unfortunate moment I saw them.
  • Hauls Despicable in themselves they inherit a dreadful secret before which, as in a fortress betrayed to a false password, the proudest virtue hauls down its flag, and kneeling, proffers its keys.
  • Elias The man who came forth was "Prophet Elias."
  • Eels Give back to me the dawn upon the waters from which the skillful fisherman withdraws his lines heavy with eels.
  • ells It would have been an absurd misfortune that eighty men stationed in that bailiwick should, for the sake of a few louis and a few ells of English cloth, have occasioned the confiscation of Hamburg, French, and Dutch property to the amount of 80,000,000 francs.
  • awls He used saws long and short, heavy chisels for stone and light for wood, awls, nails, files, and axes much battered by use; and, what is very important to note, they resemble in shape the tools of to-day so closely that they furnish one of the strongest links between the first great civilization of Europe and our own.
  • equals It does seem hard that your sympathies should all be thrown away, so to speak, on a horrid lot of wretched poor people, instead of being spent on your own equals-who would so greatly appreciate them.
  • AILS Why, child, what ails you?
  • EARLS 23 Pembroke, Earls of.
  • EULAS
  • URLS
  • easels So we stood in that untidy studio, with canvases and easels heaped against the wall and with all sorts of litter about us, a trio strangely met, and one to have amused the high gods watching through the windows of the stars.
  • mauls The doctor mauls our bodies; the parson starves our souls, but the lawyer must be the adroitest knave, for he has to ensnare our minds.
  • bourgeoisies
  • co-coon
  • co-unties
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