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  • gawain 120.-Life of Gawain Douglas, prefixed to his Virgil.
  • haitian The Haitian peered at the boy.
  • haman Shortly after, just as the day began to dawn, a certain foreign monk told Robert Fitz Haman one of the principal nobility that he had that night dreamed a strange and fearful dream about the King: "That he had come into a certain church, with menacing and insolent gesture as was his custom, looking contemptuously on the standers by.
  • hawaii Since that time about 12,000 have come each year, except in 1903 when 20,000 came and 1907 when the number reached 30,000. Seventy per cent of this number, however, went to Hawaii.
  • hawaiian Such a view betrayed the bourgeois in her, she suspected, but according to the Hawaiian all women were bourgeois at heart.
  • hawking Shortly after, Angus, while hawking near Borthwick, with a single attendant, met Kilspindie.
  • swain Before Miss Kybird could deny all knowledge of the article in question her sorely tried swain created a diversion by rising.
  • twain It cannot be said that old is old and new is new and never the twain shall meet, for old and new met here at that moment and old was demolished!
  • wain Thus, in almost exactly the course of a technical generation-from the appearance of Pamela in 1740 to that of Humphry Clinker in 1771-the wain of the novel was solidly built, furnished with four main wheels to move it, and set a-going to travel through the centuries.
  • Hawing Countess Ceballos, with much hemming and hawing, begged me to sing.
  • Hewing But the Bach was like the hewing of wood and the drawing of water.
  • Hawaiians The Chinese are men and brothers; so are the South-Americans and Central-Africans, and Hawaiians; but we're not impatient for the latest news about them.

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