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  • aden Finally they reached Berbera, where they found Speke, Herne and Stroyan, and on 5th February, Burton in company with the Hammal, Long Gulad, and The End of Time, set sail for Aden , calling on their way at Siyaro and Anterad, east of Berbera.
  • ariadne Handel opened his season on October 30, 1733. He had already finished the composition of a new opera, Ariadne , but it was not brought out until January 26, 1734. The reason, no doubt, was that an opera on the same subject by Porpora was produced by the Opera of the Nobility on December 29. Handel would no doubt have heard that it was in rehearsal, and have postponed his own production until he could see how Porpora's was succeeding.
  • auden
  • eaten
  • eden As if it could be, or ever had been 'stopped,' since Adam and Eve first cast sheep's eyes at each other in the Garden of Eden ."
  • harden When things were hopeless, it was far better to recognize it and harden one's heart.
  • haydn In the oratorios of Handel and Haydn there are instances not a few of musical delineation in the instrumental as well as the vocal parts; but nothing in them can be thought of, so far at least as the ambition of the design extends, as a companion piece to the scene in the opera which pictures the destruction of the tower of Babel.
  • hearten Daddy John was astir, moving about among the animals and pausing to rub Julia's nose and hearten her up with hopeful words.
  • heighten The little triumph, the consciousness of being admired and sought after, would quicken Lynette's pulses, and heighten the radiance of her eyes, and lend animation to her girlish chatter and gaiety to her laughter-at first.
  • hidden From Harry's windows the town and the sea were hidden .
  • hiding When she reached it she fell on her knees, hiding her face on the seat at the Stranger's side.
  • hoyden They said that she was a little Western hoyden , but that the stage would have been a good place for her if she could have got over her Pike county accent; in the hush of family councils they confided to one another the belief that there were phases of the variety business in which her accent would have been no barrier to her success, since it could not have been heard in the dance, and might have been disguised in the song.
  • ogden "Charmed," said Mr. Ogden genially.
  • ohioan
  • olden
  • Eliding
  • Alden I ordered Commander James Alden , in the Richmond, with two gunboats, to accompany them and cover the landing.
  • Arden And he remembered hearing his father, Sir Richard Arden , say, "Treason's a dangerous word to let lie on your lips these days."
  • Eldon
  • Hayden
  • Hardin