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- bast Damien Hirsts Murderme Private Collection, Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli, Turin, ITThe Boneyard Project, Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZSotheby’s Sick Children’s Trust Benefit Sale, London, UKTonight We Won’t Be Bored, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen
- blast And then the storm arose and fell From wheeling shadows black with rain That drowned the hills and strode the plain; Round the grim mountain-heads it passed, Down whistling valleys blast on blast , Surged in upon the snapping trees, And swept the shuddering villages. He wrapped her warm in his seaman's coat Against the stinging blast; He cut a rope from a broken spar, And bound her to the mast. – Wreck of the Hesperus, The by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
- cast The queen had cast herself on her knees before him. That was the bridegroom. At day's brink He and his bride were alone at last In a bedchamber by a taper's blink. Calmly he said that her lot was cast, – Dtatue And The Bust, The by Robert Browning
- east When he found he couldn't get any satisfaction out of me he would begin to pray, and ask me which was the east . Of his chamber in the east. Meanwhile, welcome joy and feast, – Comus by John Milton
- fast Drive him straight home, and go as fast as ever you can." For youth goes over, the joys that fly, The tears that follow fast; And the dirtiest things we do must lie Forgotten at the last; – Chilterns, The by Rupert Brooke
- lash The Cerberus with all his Jawes shall gnash, Megera thee with all her Serpents lash. – Tom May's Death by Andrew Marvell
- lass And though I'd marry with a comely lass, She need not be too comely -- let it pass,' – Beggar To Beggar Cried by William Butler Yeats
- last When the wooing fit is past Their affection cannot last. – Indifferent, The by Francis Beaumont
- lat Uit het raam met dat, voor straf verhoog ik de lat. Ik weet niet wat het is maar het is me wat. – Grootheidswaan by extince
- lest He told me he could not stand, but I persuaded him still, lest he should lie there and die.
- list Dhoba List of Paragraphs 1. General notice.
- lost We thought you were lost !
- lust The whole history of the world is a perpetually recurring struggle between liberty and the lust of power and possession; as the history of nature is nothing but the contest of the elements and organic bodies for space.
- mast At sunset on that day, I could see from the Tarn Rock the blue and white banner of Carleton flying at half mast over the battlements of Teramore.
- past "No," he said; "the time is past for that."
- vast There it was, so vast and quiet and peaceful; the bright windows of the chaplain's high chamber yet lighted up by the last gleam of the sun, which had already disappeared.
- Hast "How little thou knowest of what thou hast heard before!
- Wast Thou wast a brand plucked from the burning, that thou mightest become a star shining in the firmament of glory.