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  • aglow Chris turned and looked back at the Fort, to see that its windows were aglow, and the cliffs that rose behind and on either side were more lovely than ever.
  • al Fresh horses for Al, food-perhaps even a cabin where he could hide Lorraine away-were to be expected from any one of them, once Al was over the divide.
  • ale Then there's coffee, chocolate, and imported ginger ale besides.
  • awl And Gotleib, who was at first designed by his relatives to spend his days over the shoemaker's awl and last, at length found himself, by his own ardent exertions and the helpful kindness of others, a student in the University.
  • blow You see, I can blow only one way to-day.
  • cl One which should weigh a fanam and three quarters cl fs. 150
  • claw By that Mun Bun meant the crab was opening and closing his claw as one opens and closes an eye.
  • clew These observations have not yielded any further clew to the nature of the substance.
  • fl 1842 P. densiflora Siebold & Zuccarini, Fl. Jap. ii. 22, t. 112. 1854 P. scopifera Miquel in Zollinger, Syst.
  • flaw It was perfect-not a flaw in it, and I was bewildered at its beauty, for they are very rare.
  • flow Know from what source thy signal blessings flow.
  • flu Sanitary reasons dictated the restriction in 2009, where two games of the Série D were played behind closed doors due to the H1N1 flu pandemic.
  • fly "I speak, and the birds fly away.
  • ga I was born December 23, 1863, in Marietta, Cobb County, Ga. My parents, James and Adella Canty, were slaves.
  • gal Any man who would treat a gal the way this man treated that beautiful creature who tumbled into the cabin of the 'Eb and Flo' has no right to call her his daughter, so thar."
  • gala Two hundred girls in gala attire, white dresses, bright sashes, and coral ornaments, with their curly hair, rosy cheeks, and sparkling eyes, flitted to and fro, some rejoicing that they had passed through their ordeal, some still on the tiptoe of expectation, some laughing, some in tears-altogether a most beautiful and interesting picture.
  • gale Compare the German form nacht-i-gale, and remember the tendency of vowels to take the sound of -ng before g.
  • gall The howl of the ghost cat petrified Gud's gall, for he sensed that the creature had nine notches on its tail; hence would never live again, and had nothing to howl about.
  • gawk "On the 1st August he sold the buggy and bought the remains of an old sulky-said he just wanted to see those green Tennesseans stare and gawk when they saw him come a-ripping along in a sulky-didn't believe they'd ever heard of a sulky in their lives.
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  • gila
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  • slow
  • Blew But we turned at last, when the sun was set and the breeze of evening blew; and sometimes the first star came in and the Sabbath went out before we reached home and supper.
  • Flew He flew over the head of the woman who was playing, and she stopped playing and struck at him.
  • Flo Flo kin come with me fer a trip, an' it'll be nice to have her to look after things an' cook fer us."
  • G To the office and Sir G. Carteret's all the morning about business.
  • Grew
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  • Lew
  • Gil
  • Ole
  • Gels
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  • GTE
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  • FLA By the morning of the 6th the storm center was a short distance northwest of Key West, Fla., and the high winds had commenced over Southern Florida, forty-eight miles an hour from the east being reported from Jupiter and forty miles from the northeast from Key West.
  • KL
  • GALS There's one or two families yer with grown-up gals ez oughter be squared; that is-the boys mighter put in a few fancy touches among them-kinder take 'em buggy riding-or to church-once in a while-just to take the pizen outer their tongues, and make a kind o' bluff to the parents, d'ye see?
  • GLOP
  • GR
  • GK
  • GAWD "I on'y wish to Gawd," he slowly said, "dat de next time you an' him meet-" "Well-next time we meet-what then?"
  • GLAM
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