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  • cain The name by which he was known to the crew of the pirate-vessel was "Cain," and well had he chosen this appellation; for, had not his hand for more than three years been against every man's, and every man's hand against his?
  • chain Did I pull the chain?
  • fain My heart suddenly grew heavy,-so heavy with the old grief that I would fain forget, that I could hardly bear it.
  • gain I do this that I may gain by it.
  • hahn To Edwin it seemed that every moment that he from time to time spent with these kind friends was precious indeed, but the effect upon the mother was not what Mrs. Hahn had desired.
  • hail Lightning and hail had entered the "delightful garden" of Adam's life also, and he had been thrust forth from the little circle of the happy into the great army of the wretched.
  • hair Have my farmer's dress ready, the false hair, etc.
  • han When you've a-handled well your lock, An' flung about your rifle stock Vrom han' to shoulder, up an' down; When you've a-lwoaded an' a-vired, Till you do come back into town, Wi' all your loppen limbs a-tired, An you be dry an' burnen hot, Why here's your tea an' coffee pot At Mister Greenen's penny till, Wi' Mrs Bingham off o' drill.
  • jain Jain Basadi complex in Halebidu, Hassan district consists of three Jain Basadis (Basti or temples) dedicated to the Jain Tirtankars Parshvanatha, Shantinatha and Adinatha.
  • main But in which direction does their main camp lie, Sergeant?
  • pain She uttered a low cry of pain.
  • rain But the cry for rain was no longer for the fields, it was for the people themselves.
  • vain In vain did I cry: "Only look at me, my dear madame; I am not what you think me!"
  • wain But now the wain of mirky night was holding middle sky, When lo, his father's image seemed to fall from heaven the high, And suddenly Anchises' lips such words to him poured forth:
  • Lain But the mischief that thus long had lain still, the passion for Cleopatra, which better thoughts had seemed to have lulled and charmed into oblivion, upon his approach to Syria, gathered strength again, and broke out into a flame.
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