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  • awry Yonder, in the confined, crooked streets, amidst several poor-looking houses, stood a narrow high tenement, run up of framework that was much misshapen, with corners and ends awry. "The dewdrop morn may fall from off the petal of the sky, But all the deck is wet with blood and stains the crystal red. A pilot, GOD, a pilot! for the helm is left awry, And the best sailors in the ship lie there among the dead!" – Street Cries by Sidney Lanier
  • br What I was going to say was that you know there's a chance of your being arrested, and surely you would not care to feel that it was through you that Bud had br-rought that shame and disgr-race upon his wife."
  • cr If he could put it into words; if he could but picture the broody stillness, with frogs cr-ekk, er-ekking along the reedy creek-bank and a coyote yapping weirdly upon a distant hilltop!
  • fr Here belongs probably Shovel, Fr.
  • hr 51 km/hr) & in 21 hours 50 mins as 19708 Amrapur Aravali Express (50.
  • kr 1 7 3 6 9 4 10 5 2 8 nm' + cn' + c'l + dl' + mr' + kr + hd' + ah' + a'e' + eb' - -= = - -= =- = -= -= = - =
  • la It is 'en avant' or 'a la lanterne. La la la la la la la la (Ah ha) – Harder by xzibit
  • lair One unfamiliar with this country of eyrie and lair, wonders at the stories of men hiding out successfully, but one who knows it marvels only that any man who has taken to the wilds is ever captured. And the old fierce ruin there Of the old wild princes' lair – Four Songs Of Four Seasons by Algernon Charles Swinburne
  • lard Lard the beef with these, put it into a stewpan with the stock or water, sherry, herbs, shalots, 2 cloves, and more pepper and salt.
  • lark Just as a lark I answered it to see what an American gentleman seeking a valet looked like.
  • lat Its oldest meaning is servant, Lat.
  • law Each was the use of natural law.
  • lawn Across the lawn came the Master of Misselthwaite and he looked as many of them had never seen him.
  • laws Paper money was issued, and harsh laws were passed against all who should refuse to take it at its face value.
  • lb Beef Fat 0 11 0 1 lb.
  • le The voice-the voice was Le Geyt's.
  • lea Of course, you must make it over and-" "Patty Lea, you're crazy.
  • lear Tolstoi, on the other hand, keeps his eyes on the object, and sets himself to describe the story of "Lear" "as impartially as possible."
  • led Curiosity led them to approach it.
  • lee "I tell you again, Lee, this is a risky business.
  • leer He was a big, heavy-jowled man of powerful build, and the momentary look of fright melted to a leer at the sight of the colonel's face.
  • leg I had only travelled six miles from Padua when my horse fell, and I found my left leg caught under it.
  • lei
  • leo
  • let
  • lewd
  • li
  • liar
  • lie
  • lira No, it was certainly in that very room, coming in quicker time and clearer notes every moment, "Lala-lira-la."
  • lit
  • lord
  • lore
  • lorn
  • lot
  • lour
  • low
  • lower
  • lp
  • lu
  • lure
  • lurk
  • lye
  • lyra
  • lyre
  • pr
  • wry
  • yr
  • zr
  • L 11 P. 172, l.
  • Lars Major Kascambo, with a guard of fifty Cossacks, was going to take the command of the Russian outpost of Lars, one of the forts by which the Russian Czars have slowly been carrying on the aggressive warfare that has nearly absorbed into their vast dominions all the mountains between the Caspian and Black seas.
  • Les Knox was going about to destroy the scheme of les politiques, Randolph, Lethington, and the Lord James.
  • Lew "You can't do it, Lew; you can't!
  • Lire
  • Lo
  • Lori
  • R
  • Lara Bitter words to the ear of Francisco de Lara, bringing the red colour to his cheeks, as if they had been smitten by a switch.
  • Lora
  • Len
  • Lowe
  • LC
  • LG
  • LL I'll push you in there, and you can make believe you are in a truly garden.
  • LN
  • LR
  • LS
  • LT
  • RR
  • NR
  • TR
  • SLR
  • QR
  • GR In reply will say that nawthin' cud give me gr-reater pleasure.
  • LBW
  • LOWS
  • abbes
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