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  • fawkes 46, 162 Fawkes , Guido, v.
  • feces The undigested portions of all the food- stuffs collect in the lowermost portion of the intestine and form a part of the feces .
  • fess The butler did as he was tauld, an' set doon the decanter, an' a glaiss aside it; but the prence bannt him jist fearfu', an' ordert him to tak awa that playock, and fess a tum'ler.
  • fetus The object must be to turn the fetus so that one extremity or the other can enter the passage, and the choice of which end to bring forward will depend on various considerations.
  • folks That's what comes of me workin' for poor folks that can't pay their bills!
  • Jeers He had been a bar favourite so long that his absence was soon noticed, and the men he had so often entertained and treated were loud in their complaints and jeers.
  • Fergus 1. Fergus Grame of Sowport, as one of the chief men of that clan, became security to Lord Scroope for the good behaviour of his friends and dependants, 8th January, 1602.-Introduction to History of Westmoreland and Cumberland, p.
  • Beaks One of these, called the "Gates Ajar," was very beautiful: the "gates" panelled with lilies, and surmounted by doves holding sprays of passion-vines in their beaks.
  • Fears Glenning had his fears, too, but he kept them to himself.
  • Fees 9185. The only deduction here is for stores in the ship, and your advance, and the fees?
  • Ferns Down among the ferns things were all black and uniform.
  • Fevers He's a doctor, you know, and he says that if he didn't read that he wouldn't know anything but bones and fevers.
  • Fleas He hadn't shown up since Soth scared the fleas off him with that hiss.
  • Leeks If you have Garavanzas, put them in at the first, after they have been soaked with Ashes all night in heat, and well washed with warm water, after they are taken out; or if you will have Cabbage, or Roots, or Leeks , or whole Onions, put them in time enough to be sufficiently boiled.
  • flees Now he flees in haste away; Shifts the scene again to her: She is found by friends next day Stiff and gory as she lay, And they create a stir.
  • flecks There were flecks of snow upon the face and on the smooth brown hair and travel-soiled dress; clogs of snow, too, upon the tired feet-the little feet Andy had admired so much; but the traveler kept on bravely, till the friendly light shone out beneath the maples, and then she paused, and leaning for a moment against the fence, sobbed aloud, but not sadly or bitterly.
  • frees He labors for his home; he keeps the peace; he asks but little; he frees his women.
  • figs After the sea had brightened to its normal luster, Governor Kraul gave the entire native settlement a feast of figs .
  • fetes "I must laugh while my heart is filled with despair; I must take part in the pomps and fetes of this riotous court, while thick darkness is round about me.
  • feats To study the copies that remain of such works is to be astounded by their feats of perspective.
  • freaks It was perhaps not to be expected that this remarkable lady should find favour in Puritan eyes, for during her stay in England, where she remained over the birth of her daughter, the Mademoiselle de Chevreuse of later French history, she exhibited more than her usual eccentricity, indulging in such freaks as swimming across the Thames, an exploit which was celebrated in half-mocking verse by a Court poet.
  • foes We are old foes , and though he does not know me, I know him.
  • fakes I'll show the Metropolitan what opera is, and I'll give them and Sennier a knock out, or I'm only fit to run cinematograph shows, and take about fakes through the one night stands.
  • weeks I am no six-weeks-old baby.
  • seeks But Lassalle seeks to make it cover these cases also by means of a distinction he draws between individual time of labour, and socially necessary time of labour.
  • peaks One looks out, not into immediate space on all sides, but over an area, as I have said, of many peaks .
  • feuds Whatever violence and cruelty had been exercised since the settlement of the Israelites in Canaan, however many the feuds and severe the vengeance taken, however great the distress and the oppression, the nation, amid all the anarchy and freedom so helpless against an enemy, still preserved a healthy and simple feeling and vigorous power.
  • forks Some seven or eight men, of the class described by the friendly Customs official, were seated at a long table, making great play with their knives and forks .
  • peeks Suddenly a warm red glow fell on the grass at her feet; she looked back again-she had not remembered how splendid it was, nor seen anything to compare to it in her dreams- for there the two high mountain peeks rose into the air like two great flames, the whole snow-field had turned crimson, and rosy- colored clouds floated in the sky above.
  • feeds He feeds upon the children of men and upon their creatures.
  • fens The Romans still remained in their forts round the Fens .
  • fuels Where either of these fuels is commonly used, there should be two ranges.
  • feels I know what the coming down feels like.
  • jerks Here he gathered himself together, and by means of a series of frog-like jerks , succeeded in bringing himself close to Denham.
  • fogs Dickens's own sympathy has cleared his mind of many fogs that still linger in some minds regarding a parent's rights in regard to his child, even though the parent has never recognised any of the child's rights.
  • leaks Price cutting is the simplest and most common phase of competition, but a better way to get advantage over your competitor is to improve your business by cutting off wastes and leaks , and reducing fixed and fancy charges so you can give your customers more quality and more quantity for the money.
  • reeks The air is sultry and depressing, but has not that foul swamp smell with which Poti, on the Black Sea, reeks , the most malarious spot I had ever before visited.
  • PERKS Bartlett gives me a few perks.
  • FEDS He fell down last season, and now that the Feds are butting in and making trouble, he's showing himself even more incompetent.
  • GEES Now we were steady on course, and had reached our full two and a half gees.
  • FAGS The girl who distinguishes herself in the tennis is thought a good public-spirited member, and so she is,-she helps the school and shows esprit de corps,-but, to my mind, the girl who fags well at the match, and gets small thanks and no credit, shows even more esprit de corps than the one who has the excitement of distinguishing both herself and the school.
  • BERKS Both Lord Stanley, then secretary of state for the colonies, and Lord John Russell, who had held the same office in a Whig administration, endorsed the action of the governor-general, who was raised to the peerage under the title of Baron Metcalfe of Fernhill, in the county of Berks .
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  • necks In my opinion, we did not get away a moment too soon to save our necks ."
  • decks It ain't safe to go about the bloomin' decks ."
  • fakers We see lots o' fakers , but this one is the real article.
  • Becks The pathetic farcicality of the dear old lady's wreaths and becks left the seriousness of all this untouched.
  • Geeks The more you do for these damned geeks, the more they expect from you....
  • fells 26. Thou didst me counsel, that I should ride o'er high fells hither.
  • finks Tonight he merely clasped his chubby hands and said, reverently: Dear Dod, please ist make Vic dood as folks finks he is, for Thwist's sake.
  • cheeks He felt as if he himself were telling a large lie, and his cheeks flushed red-hot.
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