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  • funds God knows the Red Cross Society and the Relief Funds need it now more than ever before.
  • hands Mrs. Cameron put her hands over her face.
  • sands And Hagar was right, for Hester's sands were nearer run than those of Mrs. Miller.
  • Faints I roused into that dubious half-consciousness which is the territory of the powers of darkness; in which the senses are vaguely alive, while no judgment restrains or questions the vagaries of imagination; the place of evil memories and needless fears, of sweeping reforms whose vanity appears with the new light, and of remembered dreams whose beauty faints upon the threshold of the day.
  • fans In appearance they were very like broad and shallow torpedo boats, with three aeroplanes on either side, not unlike those of the Flying Fishes, with three lifting fans under each.
  • lands Animals of all Lands .
  • fiends "Only Castalian fiends would try to destroy law and order and upset the peaceable course of society in such a way.
  • finds Nevertheless, he had always been extremely pleasant with her; but perhaps a man finds it difficult to be otherwise with a pretty woman.
  • bands Sidcotinga was as far away from civilization as could possibly be, and its position under the dreaded and mysterious Musgrave Ranges made it the object of repeated attacks by little bands of warragul blacks.
  • wands For willow wands do not grow upon the cobblestones of London town.
  • fends
  • fangs
  • founds He, therefore, ever anew repeats His invitation, ever anew founds it upon the fact, that He delights in showing mercy and love to those who have forsaken Him.
  • FADS These people crowd into the various schools of physical culture by the hundred, pervade the rest-cures, and are ready for any new physiological fad which may arise, with no result but more physical culture, more rest-cure, and more fads.
  • fonts "It cannot be a wedding," thought Alma, accustomed to the splendid fonts of the churches of great cities; she could not suppose that simple household bowl was for a baptism.
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