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  • hastings On the very day that the thirteen departed we were all sitting together in the cloister, when William of Hastings , one of our brethren, said, "I know that we shall have one of our convent to be abbot."
  • housing The methods which have brought about this splendid progress, and which will continue it, if we have the intelligence and the determination to stick to them, are:-First, the great improvements in food supply, housing , ventilation, drainage, and conditions of life in general, due to the progress of modern civilization and science, combined with a marked increase in wages in the great working two-thirds of the community.
  • houston "Ye can go now, Mrs. Houston ," Anna said, "an' I'll mind 'Liza."
  • hunting The first people, like the other animals, used only their hands and teeth in hunting and in fighting their enemies.
  • hurting Clare-Clare-" She gave a little protesting cry-"Peter, Peter-don't-I-I-can't-" and then in a shuddering whisper-"Peter-I'm not good enough-I don't love you now-I-can't-" But he had caught her, was holding her to him now, with both his arms round her, pressing her against his shirt, hurting her-at last covering her mouth, her eyes, her cheeks with kisses.
  • husking An apple bee, spinning match, husking party, or primitive pastime of some sort, I have no doubt."
  • hustings So Boone went out upon the hustings with none of the eager zest of his anticipations.
  • huston These ambassadors and diplomatists were Martizez Della Rosa, the ambassador of Spain, with the Secretary of the Embassy, M. Arnao; the Duke d'Harcourt, ambassador of France; the Count de Spaur, ambassador of Bavaria; the Baron Venda Cruz, ambassador of Portugal, with the Commandant Huston ; the Count Boutenieff, who represented at that time the Emperor of Russia and King of Poland; Figuereido, ambassador of Brazil; Liedekerke of Holland, and several other diplomatists, of whom not one was an Italian.
  • ousting Mary tried half a dozen methods of ousting him.
  • rusting I sometimes wonder how I shall ever be able to bring up my boy; I have so few ideas, and they seem to be all rusting away."
  • sting They never sting him.
  • Dusting 4. Number four will do work outside of her group as appointed, such as dusting, cleaning a sink or the centre table.
  • Hasting At last she appeared in view, from the steps of the summer-house; breathless and eager, hasting to the place of meeting as fast as her feet would take her to it.
  • Hating Can you imagine actually feeling him, right next to you in your mind like you were one person, hating you?
  • Hoisting Lower, I saw Tom; he was just hoisting himself into the t'gallant rigging.
  • Hosting But Amherst quick renews the raging toil, And drives wide hosting o'er Acadia's isle; Young Wolfe beside him points the lifted lance, The boast of Britain and the scourge of France.
  • Hustling The crowd is great, the Babel of voices deafening, the hustling incessant, occasional quarrels being inevitable.
  • Lusting For thus saith the Lord: There shall be no lusting of adultery among his chosen.
  • heisting
  • gusting Even as he poured it down his face, the strangely gusting wind flicked it away in little whirls.
  • busting The human heart won't hold such secrets without a busting out."
  • hosing By and by we heard pumping, hosing , deck-washing, the paddling of bare feet to and fro, and all the familiar sounds of an early morning at sea.

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