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  • act The secret must lie in the beyond, for men could not act that way for nothing.
  • facet To this kaleidoscope of places and things, Mr. Jones has added another facet, that of "a spare-time writer" and has managed to produce eight books, something over one hundred magazine stories, articles and novelettes.
  • fact In fact, I hope we won't."
  • factor 846. But the only place where you are at liberty to deliver them, if you do not deliver them to the factor in Burra, is to the store at Scalloway?
  • fast Una's heart beat fast.
  • fat He was a fat man.
  • fealty And they swore fealty and friendship and fellowship perpetual, the one to the other, on the sword of Amile, wherein were relics.
  • feast It will be yet two days before I feast again: for I drink not save of the spring by which you found me, and I eat no food the taste of which I cannot wash from me in its water.
  • feat A surprise awaited him when he had accomplished this feat.
  • fecal
  • feint
  • felt now I know how Joan of Arc felt as the flames roseto her roman nose and her Walkman stared to melt Bibmouth, bigmouth – Bigmouth Strikes Again by smiths
  • fiat
  • flat Tasteless and it's flat Nothing if it's anything it is Even less than that – Overwhelming Tranquility by disharmonic orchestra
  • frat
  • pact
  • react For it seems to us hardly fanciful to suggest that such knowledge should react-so subtle are the reactions of the boy-mind, as we have already tried to show-most favourably on the political spirit.
  • sect Jacques Saurin was of less political influence with his own sect, but he possessed greater eloquence, and critics of his own persuasion in France and Switzerland have equalled him to Bossuet.
  • tact He had too much tact to question or comment.
  • Feet Let's wait till we get down to one thousand feet."
  • Fest
  • facts