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- curse When Johann found that his father could in no wise be softened, he began horribly to curse him and the hour of his birth, so that the hair of all who heard him stood on end. He's King Midas with a curse He's King Midas in reverse. – King Midas In Reverse by hollies
- guise With this measured pace and in this guise he advanced to kneel before the duke, who, with the others, awaited him standing. You stare me down and take my only guise They need the ones you got, And laugh for me, Destroy the council while your mother cries – F.T.W.W.W by my chemical romance
- joyce Packed up the Dylan and the Man Ray and the Joyce I left a note that said, well, I guess I got no choice – Downtown Canon by Walter Becker
- juice The caboose, lets juice Take it from the train, now I'm gonna get loose – Caboose by sugar ray
- juicy The Jersey farmers do it by cutting a young sapling, and bending it, while green and juicy , into a circle; and leaving it so until it becomes perfectly seasoned.
- quince The moon had not quite risen, but it was light enough to see that in the open space between the house and the quince hedge which railed off the garden, several dark forms were standing.
- Jesse See Tariff Act, of 1828. Taylor, John, on agriculture at the South, 126; on the Louisiana Treaty, 156; on state rights, 339. Taylor, John W., 271. Tecumseh, 205, 218, 219. Tennessee, settlement of, 14; intrigues in, 68; admitted as a State, 92. Thames, battle of the, 218. Thomas, Jesse B., 275-76. Ticknor, George, 287. Tippecanoe, battle of, 206. Tocqueville, De, on equality in America, 300; on the character of Western society, 301. Tonnage dues, 51, 124. Tories, persecution of, 3-5. Toussaint L'Ouverture, 146. Tracy, Uriah, on the Louisiana Treaty, 155-56; on a New England confederacy, 164. Trade.
- Jose When it was up Jose would come and call her.
- Josie Josie offered to meet her at the Children's Home and Mary Louise gladly accepted.