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- gates Yes, that new world, through the golden gates of which they had passed together, which is the old, old world, after all, and nothing else. sighs and licks his face then they drift past strips of Serengeti and the gates of Sleepy Hollow too – Don't Wake Daddy by Tragically Hip, The
- gears When the handle is pushed down it engages gears that spin a flywheel, which operates the dynamo long enough to send an electrical charge through the wires.
- gathers On my way in where he's waiting I passes through the hall and gathers up his new derby and yellow gloves, holdin' 'em behind me as I breaks in on him.
- caters The Frederick Irwin Anglican School - Halls Head Campus, opened in January 2018, caters for Kindergarten to Year 6 students.
- Gators Alligators, also known colloquially as "gators," are part of Floridas popular culture ranging from tourist attractions and alligator wrestlers to postcards and team mascots such as that of the University of Florida.
- beaters The beaters and hunters followed, and did their best to turn him from the water, but they were not quick enough.
- goatees What with long whiskers and venerable beards, then, of every variety of cut-Charles the Fifth's and Aurelian's-and endless goatees and imperials; and what with abounding locks, our crew seemed a company of Merovingians or Long-haired kings, mixed with savage Lombards or Longobardi, so called from their lengthy beards.
- eaters Whoever does otherwise, does not know the way of the world, or belongs to the order of pious fire-eaters.
- gaiters The gaiters of the 'bus-conductor had shaken Kew to his foundations.
- garters Why I bought her the violet garters.
- carters Along the great highway through Biscay the wondering native carters draw their sheep-skinned ox-teams aside, to let the regiments pass, and stray groups of peaceable field-workers in Navarre look inquiringly at the marching and prancing progress.