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- gene An excellent Italian dissertation by M. Giuseppe Gene would induce one to believe Huber mistaken in his assertion that the mother ant can by her unaided self found a community.
- gunner And so I did lay the law open to them, and rattle the Master Attendants out of their wits almost; and made the trial last till seven at night, not eating a bit all the day; only when we had done examination, and I given my thoughts that the neglect of the Gunner of the ship was as great as I thought any neglect could be, which might by the law deserve death, but Commissioner Middleton did declare that he was against giving the sentence of death, we withdrew, as not being of the Court, and so left them to do what they pleased; and, while they were debating it, the Boatswain of the ship did bring us out of the kettle a piece of hot salt beef, and some brown bread and brandy; and there we did make a little meal, but so good as I never would desire to eat better meat while I live, only I would have cleaner dishes.
- jean He went to Paris in 1890 where, upon the advice of Jean de Reszke, he studied several years with Sbriglia and then prepared himself for opera under Giraudet of the Conservatory of Music.
- jeer "Unnatural sisters that you are to jeer and mock at me.
- jenner "Therefore vaccination has exterminated smallpox," say the disciples of Jenner .
- joiner I was most fortunate in obtaining the services of a man living in a neighbouring village, not only as estate carpenter, but as a skilled joiner , and possessing all the knowledge and efficiency of an experienced builder.
- Jane I came back, and I found little Jane , and then bit by bit I began to understand what my duty was.
- Conner U. S. Consul Campbell of Havana informed Conner before June 10, 1846, that the defences of Ulua on the side facing the city were partially undermined and poorly armed, and that, as all the Mexican preparations had been founded on the belief that future assailants would adopt the French plan of attack, he could place his vessels on that side at night with little or no injury, and easily take the fortress by escalade; but Conner does not appear to have endorsed this opinion.
- falling-off The falling-off had no political significance.