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  • eel "One goes through a bit of everything, you see," said the eel. Say ooh girl, shock me like an electric eel Baby girl, turn me on with your electric feel – Electric Feel by MGMT
  • gel The gel-caps have names on them.
  • he "He was," said Dr. Dubbe.
  • heal But the wounds'll heal, though it may take long-very long.
  • heel Afraid to let go of her child for fear he might drown, but anxious to make sure that the waters should touch every part of him, the mother plunged him into the rushing tide, holding him fast by one heel.
  • held Olga held his hand in silence.
  • helm He had been at the helm of the state in circumstances of difficulty and peril; he had learned to form a sound judgment of the public mind, and to foresee, prepare, and guide events.
  • help No one could help.
  • hem The civilization of New York may and does hem in a desolation as fearful in kind as that of Jerusalem, and involves sufferings as keen, and wakes up instincts as fiercely selfish.
  • hen Phyllis was just coming into the barnyard with a cup of meal for Mother Speckle's family, when a strange cry from the old hen startled her.
  • hep
  • hew
  • hex
  • Del Il problema del dolore in alcune figure della letteratura.
  • Her
  • Hey
  • Hal You get three besides Hal."
  • Mel
  • Tel
  • REL
  • HES
  • HEB Even the age of the Dove was made a matter of consideration by the Talmudists, so that in great measure the original benevolence of the Law was cramped by the restrictions which were laid upon it. As we are told by St. Paul, in Heb. ix., even under the old dispensation, without shedding of blood there was no remission of sins, and he who desired to obtain that remission was obliged to shed the blood of the sacrifice.
  • he'd Malone was perfectly sure he'd do the job he had started to do.
  • he'll He'll never come back.
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