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  • gears Abruptly both disappeared, a door slammed on the far side of the car, and the car itself, after a moment's wait, gathered way with whining gears and vanished, leaving nothing human visible in the quiet street.
  • jaws Many instances are on record of a similar character and others of a different nature where a brother has been rescued from the jaws of death.
  • tears Only many tears on many tears showed their feeling.
  • years An' dead or alive, he's never been back, all these years.
  • Jeers His approach was hailed by the book-makers either with jeers or with shouts of welcome.
  • Jess After hobbling out the camels, and sitting down to dinner, we became aware of the absence of Mr. Jess Young, and I was rather anxious as to what had become of him, as a new arrival from England adrift in these scrubs would be very liable to lose himself.
  • Pears And he cut away a lot of the little apples, and hundreds of tiny pears, and a lot of lovely branches; and I began to cry, and I told him he was a horrid, horrid man, and that I hated him.
  • Bears Bears a blessing to future days.
  • Fears It may be several days before you hear from Mr. Hamilton and you must try not to distress yourself with idle fears in the meantime."
  • Jews No one knows who these men were, but it may be that they were Jews who lived in Persia, as David had done long before, and were learned in all the wisdom of the Chaldeans, who studied the stars, and believed that they had much to do with the lives of people on the earth.
  • wears I suppose there are pockets in those extraordinary garments he wears?"
  • nears As the house nears completion, his supervision increases in direct ratio.
  • jars Six small jars about 2 in.
  • jays After all, only one of the jays came.
  • cars The Phantom selected a strap near the rear end of one of the cars.
  • hears Wait'll the union agent hears you're working me fourteen hours without a relief.
  • rears My whole has ever stood for one Who rears, with toil and care, Block after block, stone after stone, On city street, or prairie lone, A building plain, or fair.
  • sears Study "The Working Principles of Rhetoric," by John Franklin Genung, or the rhetorical treatises of Adams Sherman Hill, of Charles Sears Baldwin, or any others whose names may easily be learned from any teacher.
  • dears My dears, what are you all doing?
  • GARS How they used to bring us pies in them times and boxes of see-gars-and flowers!
  • EARS He couldn't see us, but he must have heard us, for you could see that he was listening with all his ears.
  • jeans You'd put up a hot competition, you would, with nothing but the change from a five left in your jeans."
  • actuations
  • dis-quietude
  • disaaranging
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