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  • adhere But even under these sad circumstances, the Dalecarlian girls adhere tenaciously to their peasant costume to the last.
  • aerie And he had not vouchsafed another word until, over the desert glare, his cousin's aerie had blazed out, beating back the molten sun-rays.
  • are Shall I tell mother you are coming?
  • close ones doors
  • cohere The outer cells of the cluster are more exposed to environmental forces than are the inner cells; they cohere more tenaciously and a rudimentary skin is formed.
  • eerie He was now in the depth of the valley in a most lonesome and eerie spot.
  • eerier "There is a still eerier story, though, of two brothers," said Kennedy, "of whom one fell into a crevasse, and was caught on a ledge some fifty feet down, where he could be actually seen and heard."
  • eire While most of the other Irish papers merely reproduced the amateur war criticisms of Fleet Street, the editor of Eire, assuming that English newspapers were giving only one side of the case, attempted an independent study of the situation, which was made to appear much less favourable to the Allies than was asserted by other Irish papers.
  • emery Emery they mad at.
  • era Such then is the idea of the working class, which is, or is destined to be, the ruling principle of society in the present era of the world.
  • Ere We will take our own time, but will come ere long.
  • erie When the steamer Erie returned, in 1901, a large number of Eskimos were left with Mr. Peary near Cape Sabine.
  • err I tell you, lad, men err greatly in that, and right there many of the troubles of life step in.
  • euchre You don't have to think to play euchre, which is good.
  • every He has a human heart and mind, every organ of body and soul, though as yet he cannot use them.
  • Eyre Not once in the memory of white man had the Finke carried water from its source in the Macdonnel Ranges to its mouth in the great dry salt Lake Eyre, and the trees which mark its course, and can be seen from many, many miles away scattered about the landscape, gain their nourishment from a water-supply fifty or sixty feet below the arid surface.
  • hare Hare and fox tracks increased in number.
  • hearer Doubt found in her always a ready hearer.
  • hera Elu the root is probably akin to the Aleim or Elohim of Moses, and Elai meaning strong in Hebrew: also to Her-cules of the Latins, Hera-cleen of the Greek, Her prefixed meaning Lord.
  • here Why isn't Jane Oglander here?
  • hero On his appearance in the dressing-tent, Giles at once placed his hand on our hero's shoulder.
  • herr I am very anxious to have as good an audience as possible for Herr Abendgasse.
  • hire Besides, I had to hire a dress suit, as I could not have gone without one.
  • hr Flour-About three times the amount of liquid Yeast-Amount depends on the time given the bread to rise, as follows: 12 hr.
  • inhere How else can thought inhere?
  • ire Did he hear the war-alarms Of a nation called to arms, And behold men, in their ire, Murdering men with bolts of fire?
  • most inexpugnable
  • most inexpungible
  • o'hara Leaving Hector, the road skirts the shores of Wapta Lake, whose waters are of the deepest blue; Cataract Creek trail here leads off to the south, to Lake O'Hara about eight miles distant beyond the great white peak of Mount Victoria; the Cathedral Crags lie directly ahead to the west, and beneath winds the wildly impressive Canyon of the Kicking Horse.
  • ore The ore in a vein may occur in one or more ribs, which often vary in thickness from a mere line up to masses several yards in width.
  • Rehire And incidentally, I had learned another lesson, and that is, never rehire a discharged employee.
  • there But the nymph was there.
  • where Carl ran to where he had been performing.
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