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  • aachen It would be absurd to say that the plan of Barton-on-Humber was inspired by the plan of the palace-church at Aachen , which was an adaptation, with some improvement, of the plan of San Vitale at Ravenna.
  • catcher The bird-catcher gives the string a sharp pull and thus traps his victims between the flap and the side of the cage.
  • catching After the catching of several walruses from boats, sea hunting now was confined to the quest of seal through young ice.
  • chin Billy's square chin went up to a point and his under lip came out.
  • cochin In connection with the subject of camias and balimbins we should mention the fruit treatment of the bilious diarrhoea of the tropics, spoken of by the French physicians of Cochin China.
  • gauche He waited and observed the guilt-ridden countenance and the gauche retreat from the offensive.
  • John John lieth still and not far off, I trow.
  • kitchen "I shan't let her stay in the kitchen , though.
  • kitchener Lord Kitchener , you will also remember, would give the Boers no promise of local self-government.
  • kuhn As recently as 1895 a learned Teuton, Dr. Ernst Kuhn , pointed out, appropriately enough in the Byzantinische Zeitschrift, the existence of an Ethiopic and of an Arabic version of the legend.
  • lichen The old wooden, lichen -covered rails had been taken away for a space of sixty or seventy feet; and, instead, a little distance farther back, on the Oak Dene land, a solid, brand-new fence had been erected; standing in a position which conveyed the impression that the sheltered nook to which-in her ignorance of boundaries-Miss Arnott had been so attached, and in which Mr Morice first discovered her, was part and parcel of Exham Park instead of Oak Dene.
  • quiche The Duc and Duchesse de Quiche returned from Luneville yesterday; and we spent last evening with them.
  • quicken All seeds are of this nature, dead until favouring circumstances and soil quicken them into life.
  • scutcheon In Heinrich Heine he found a fitting poetical co-worker, in whose moods he seemed to see a perfect reflection of his own-Heine, in whom the bitterest irony was wedded to the deepest pathos, "the spoiled favorite of the Graces," "the knight with the laughing tear in his scutcheon "-Heine, whose songs are charged with the brightest light and deepest gloom of the human heart.
  • urchin These latter might find a good subject for their comic vein in seeing the Venus of Milo's broken nose, which a mischievous urchin had again stuck on the wrong side upwards-a sight to send the ordinary spectator into fits of laughter.
  • Chen I mean to make cake this morn-ing and I shall want four or five, said Mrs. Brown to her lit-tle daugh-ter, An-nie, who had been help-ing her moth-er in the kit-chen work.
  • Chechen Cebuano Wikipedia Chavacano Wikipedia Chechen Wikipedia Chinese Wikipedia Chuvash Wikipedia Classical Chinese Wikipedia Cornish Wikipedia Corsican Wikipedia Cree Wikipedia Crimean Tatar Wikipedia Croatian Wikipedia Czech Wikipedia D Danish Wikipedia Doteli Wikipedia Dutch Wikipedia Dutch Low Saxon Wikipedia E The English Wikipedia was the first Wikipedia edition and has remained the largest.
  • Chan When he called his father Ba-ba and his mother Ma-ma and Raicharan Chan -na, then Raicharan's ecstasy knew no bounds.
  • Gretchen Gretchen proved to be a large, comfortable looking German woman of forty and the Ethels liked her at once.
  • catches It's what I always do for Henery's rheumatics-catches him in the back when he's splittin' wood for the kitchen stove.
  • kitchens The Austrian kitchens are considered wonderful, they are so well fitted up.
  • quiches Among the Quiches the mothers and fathers of old slept in the waters, covered with green, under a limpid twilight, from which the earth and they were called out by a mighty wind.
  • ketches They were on last night, but they'll be wonderful to-night, and I shouldn't wonder if we ketches more than we expex."
  • Cohen It is true Mordecai secures one disciple-the man destined to translate his thought into action, Daniel Deronda, as shadowy, as puppet-like, as lifeless as Ezra Mordecai Cohen himself.
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73 words made from the letters JUTCHEN