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  • don Good morning, Don Luis: you remember your promise."
  • eon The visit to the science museum could be an attempt to bowl them over with an eon-long vista of Ryke superiority in the sciences.
  • fan They spread out like a fan.
  • fen We have to question the people here as to the great swamps, and get them to send to the Fen people for guides who will lead us across the marshes to some spot where we can dwell above the level of the highest waters."
  • fin For rheumatism you must wear a haddock's fin-bone.
  • fob It was especially hard upon the poor young clown, as he had paid for the railway tickets; but he had only a couple of shillings for fairing, and the Inwardleigh farmer had gold in his fob, so the girl naturally preferred to spend the day with the man of well-filled pockets.
  • foe By what fatal influence am I become her foe?
  • fog "Damned fog," he said, and then he went and put his hand on Peter's shoulder and looked down at him smiling.
  • fond I don't think he's very fond of his young lady in London.
  • font Here is a fine basket-work Norman font, and in the south aisle at the east end a vaulted chapel.
  • fop 19. A very benevolent man will never shock the feelings of others, by an excess either of inattention or display; you may doubt, therefore, the philanthropy both of a sloven and a fop.
  • fox "He certainly is following our track," said Granny Fox.
  • fun "We stopped having fun, Jane.
  • ion I am Nurse Marion, and have come to this place to take charge of the new hospital.
  • mon Fox, also of the best only,-black fox, fine and shining, fox of those far-north regions where they hunt beyond the sun, white as the snow it runs on, and Mon Dieu, McElroy!
  • on But do you mean she will go out on a day like this?
  • ron Ogh na we ron.
  • son What is that you say about my son?
  • ton If the length of the plumb line were 100 feet, the weight of the ball a ton, and the distance between the two positions of the ball, 1 and 2, six feet, how many inches, d, would the plumb bob be pulled out of place?
  • won You are so sweet some one would surely have won you away from me-but no one can now-no one."
  • yon What we dig out yon, Dad, 'ill perish, but in hewin' these sticks I'm feelin' that I'm layin' treasures up yon in the world to come."
  • Non Life is not a contrast to non-living substance, but a different condition of it.
  • Jon Jon being chairman of the District Council, as well as Brandur's son-in-law, it fell to his lot to go to the old man and ask for the hay.
  • Lon Lon went on: I had a woman oncet, said he, and she were every bit mine.
  • FOO When I say 'grub' I mean something to eat And here comes Sing Foo with it now!
  • FOL In 1744 a concert was given in Faneuil Hall fol the benefit of the poor, and after 1760 concerts were frequent.
  • HON I hear that an hon.
  • abecedaries
  • able recognize
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