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  • band They lighted the candles and then the band played, And Juanita's mother, who was not afraid, Advanced with the crucifix held in her hand, And tapped with the cross on the evil tree grand. The tall, gray forest; and a band Of stern in heart, and strong in hand, – Burial of the Minnisink by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • bind Let us inflict on him the fate he threatened to inflict on the beauteous maiden-let us bind him and throw him down these rugged rocks into the wave that rolls furiously below! Or but to find, Now that no fingers bind, – An Image From A Past Life by William Butler Yeats
  • cain By some inscrutable means, which Cain considered as supernatural, Francisco had obtained the knowledge, and had accused him, of his mother's death. With ashen bread and wine of tears Shall I be solaced in my pain. I wear through black and endless years Upon my brow the mark of Cain. – The Fourth Shepherd by Joyce Kilmer
  • candy My understanding Candy And Candy's always handy – Candy by Unknown Author
  • canned Almost everything we had was sowed or left behind From daddy's plow and the fruit that mama canned Some folks came to say farewell and see what all we had to sell But some just came to shake my daddy's hand. – California Cottonfields by Dallas Frazier
  • cant And I want to kiss you but I can't Down on the river by the sugar plant – Down On the River By the Sugar Plant by mike doughty
  • find
  • gain Nor shadowy honour, nor substantial gain, Nor beauty's preference, and the rival's pain: – Lara by george gordon, lord byron
  • giant Hear the Giant. The birth of a realisation; The rise of a high expectation; Emerging successful, defiant; – Giant by gentle giant
  • grind When we're faced with the grind Of exerting the mind – By Jeeves by Unknown Author
  • hand Lord, 'tis thy plenty-dropping hand That soils my land, – A THANKSGIVING TO GOD, FOR HIS HOUSE by Robert Herrick
  • hind
  • jain The notices of the Jain saints show that there must have been such legends and traditions independent of Gotama.
  • joined Osiecki's men joined me yesterday.
  • kannada Next morning I was pleasantly surprised to find that one of the local Kannada papers had reported the previous day's function and there was a photograph of me at the function and a report on it as well.
  • kant The philosopher Kant has somewhere said that there are three things needed to the success of a human life, "something to do, some one to love, something to hope for."
  • kaunda
  • kent Vesta is the largest-its area being about the same as that of Central Europe, without Russia or Spain-and the smallest known is about twenty miles in diameter, or with a surface about the size of Kent.
  • kid And I'm holding that for you, kid."
  • kidd The gun was quickly delivered to Helen and then they hurried into the hall in time to see the portraits of Henry Hudson, Edward Winslow, William Penn, Governor Stuyvesant, and Captain Kidd and Henry Morgan, two pirates of pioneer fame.
  • kin "Trust me, kin you?
  • kind You know nothing of the kind.
  • kinda Well, he's smart and we kinda hoped he'd pull up himself.
  • kine The fields, the lowing kine, the well-appointed farmhouse, the noble farmer, the contented matron, the dutiful children, the hospitable welcome of their guest, the cheerful and reverent evening worship-all these and more stand out on the glowing canvas under his words, as I have myself seen them in real life a thousand times.
  • king "I'm sorry, Miss King, but we all love it.
  • kink Careless, heedless, busy about our own affairs, we scarcely gave this kink in Gussie's character a thought.
  • land He did all this on the new land.
  • lind
  • mind
  • naiad You looked the very Naiad of the place-pure, spiritual, the embodiment of all things lovely.
  • pained
  • quaint
  • rand
  • rind
  • sand
  • viand During a luncheon more remarkable for heartiness of despatch than delicacy of viand, James Edward Makerstone Agar devoted much thought to the affairs of Her Imperial Majesty the Empress of India.
  • wand
  • wind
  • Ain't Oh, miss, ain't it a mercy everybody ain't so like your own!
  • And Ptychohyla schmidtorum schmidtorum and several species of Plectrohyla are sympatric.
  • Caned
  • Can't Now, for my part, I can't stand that fellow's patronising way of talking to one.
  • Gained
  • Ind U. V. T. H. Butler, 5 Ind.
  • Kan In the 2d Kan.
  • Kenned She kenned by yer verra fit as ye cam' up the yaird.
  • Rained
  • Coined Apart from other sources of income, an average revenue of six hundred talents of silver was drawn from the tribute of the allies; and there were still six thousand talents of coined silver in the Acropolis, out of nine thousand seven hundred that had once been there, from which the money had been taken for the porch of the Acropolis, the other public buildings, and for Potidaea.
  • Kane
  • Kano These Mohammedans are by no means zealous to enlighten their Pagan neighbors-they do not wish them to come to a knowledge of what they consider the true religion-lest they should forfeit the only ground, on which they can even pretend to the right of driving them by thousands to the markets of Kano and Tripoli.
  • Katina
  • kinds
  • KANS
  • CANAD
  • keened
  • kinder
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