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  • aging On 27 July 1984 the Lowestoft Journal featured an article under the title "request for new research vessel to replace aging `Clione’".
  • gain I do not know that we can gain anything by further talking on this subject.
  • gaming He played high, with varying luck, but when he left the gaming-table he carried with him the consciousness of having lost more than he was at present in a condition to pay.
  • gang Having satisfied myself that you are not connected with the gang up there, I cheerfully place myself in your hands, Mr. Barnes.
  • gaping Gaping, Honath looked up after him.
  • gen The Roman Catholic translation of Gen.
  • gig We all pulled round again to Rum Cove, the nearest point for Ben Gunn's treasure-house; and then Gray, single-handed, returned with the gig to the Hispaniola, where he was to pass the night on guard.
  • gin "You are kind, sir," said Mother Cockleshell, who had been supplied with a glass of gin and water.
  • ginger "You keep quiet," ses Ginger, "and speak when your spoke to.
  • giving "I'm tired of giving them sensible names," said Peggy.
  • going So he was going to do it!
  • gong Having nothing in particular to do he went into his deck cabin to dress a little earlier than usual, and when he had emerged the dinner gong had not yet sounded.
  • goring Mr Goring and I have arranged to have some fishing together.
  • grin People always grin when they make a new acquaintance!
  • guiding I depended upon an all wise guiding Hand, who is ever ready to reach it forth to the trusting child.
  • gun "I don't reckon you could han'le a six gun like you used to, 'Bob.
  • kin Yes, but I don't know that anybody kin 'splain your daughter allus being with Mr. Thomas, who ain't even divo'ced from his wife.
  • king How is it, then, that you have left your king?
  • liking He took a liking to me and I was extremely pleased, I assure you.
  • skiing
  • viking
  • Diking
  • Egging
  • Gaining
  • Gazing
  • Geeing
  • Genie
  • Genii
  • Gibing
  • Ginning
  • Girding
  • Girting
  • Gluing
  • Guying
  • Gybing
  • Jibing
  • Hiking
  • Gino
  • Gina
  • Ginny
  • GINS
  • jiving
  • kiting
  • gigging
  • gating
  • goings
  • biking
  • gyving
  • asservate
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