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  • barrage Between the years 1885-90, however, during the British occupation, Sir Colon Scott-Moncrieff successfully completed the barrage at a cost of $2,500,000, and now the desired depth of eight feet of water on the lower part of the Nile can always be maintained.
  • carriage In that case I suppose we are to go and call for you at Salmon's with the carriage on leaving the matinee?"
  • farrago And many other gorgeous tables, too, "Fishing vessels at New York," for one, listing the "trips" brought into this port by the Stranger, the Sarah O'Neal, the Nourmahal, a farrago of charming sounds, and a valuable tale of facts.
  • garage He sleeps over the garage.
  • harangue The cousin said nothing, and the father kissed his daughter, bade me a good night, and went away well pleased with the harangue he had delivered.
  • harare international: country code - 263; satellite earth stations - 2 Intelsat; 2 international digital gateway exchanges (in Harare and Gweru)
  • harrier Another very large harrier from Teaute, which has never yet been properly described.
  • harry Good by-good by: do not altogether forget me-and once more, Harry good by."
  • haulage Artillery Officers must inform Infantry Officers of extent of their requirements in men for haulage, and Infantry Officers must obey instructions under this head issued by their C.O.'s or by Artillery Officers.
  • herbage The grass and herbage here were splendid and green.
  • marriage Tintoretto, 617 The Marriage in Cana.
  • prague On April 4th the "Tannhauser" overture will be played at Prague, and until then I wait for further information from Laub.
  • rage This roused Voltaire's rage to the highest pitch.
  • rogue Perhaps once I was almost as poor as you are, but I never turned rogue."
  • Hague When it had passed, he rose and walked slowly back towards The Hague.