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  • austin The boy was shy of Austin more than of Adrian.
  • idling I 've no real right to be idling about.
  • insulin Acanthosis nigricans may lighten up and possibly go away by treating the root cause, insulin resistance, but it can take months or years to do so.
  • island At daybreak boats were despatched to the island.
  • isle They walked slowly, the Doctor with a heavy, measured tread and his hands behind him; Edna, in an absent-minded way, as she had walked one night at Grand Isle, as if her thoughts had gone ahead of her and she was striving to overtake them.
  • issuing It was late-past one o'clock-and the governor issuing from the smoking-room met Ludlow at the threshold.
  • muslin Ethel blushed and felt a bit excited as she heard the words and she put on a new white muslin dress in a fit of high spirits.
  • saline
  • salon
  • sirloin
  • slain
  • sling
  • solon
  • sullen
  • Sluing
  • Ursuline
  • Soling
  • Olin
  • ISL Isl. rakke canis, deriving it from racka, frakka, cursitare.
  • ISBN In search of the Barrow boys : John Arthur Barrow, William Henry Worth Barrow, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 2006, ISBN 09775328018 The Prime Minister's Lodge : Canberras unfinished business, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 2008, ISBN 9780977532810 Exploring Tidbinbilla on foot : twenty bushwalks in Canberras resurrected nature reserve, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 2009, ISBN 9780977532827 Exploring Namadgi on foot : 40 bushwalks in Canberras national park, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 2010, ISBN 9780977532841 Who lied?
  • INLINE In Aggressive Inline Skating, frontside and backside are used to describe the way the skaters feet are positioned when grinding on an object.
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