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  • bed And won't you go to bed?
  • ed A learn ed man.
  • fed Whenever the young man stirred he fed him again with the broth, until at last he seemed to sleep naturally.
  • led Henry's mother led her by the arm.
  • mad I'll go mad, dear, if I have to stand it all night!
  • md A bronze statue of Key, placed over his grave at Frederick, Md.
  • me "Now," she said, "tell me."
  • mead New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1886. Country Gentleman.
  • med 35 grams 1 med.
  • meed But as he uttered them his distress was so sincere that it was impossible to deny him a meed of sympathy.
  • meg 46. Muckle-Mouth Meg, p.
  • meld Isabelle Moser was born in 1940 and died in 1996. I think the greatest accomplishment of her 56 years was to meld virtually all available knowledge about health and healing into a workable and most importantly, a simple model that allowed her to have amazing success.
  • men Men said he had, but he had not.
  • mend Before you can make a thing you must get all the right tools and materials around you; when you have finished one box, for instance, you are all ready to make another with less trouble than the first; but if you have to go off and do something quite different, such as to mend a pair of shoes or write a letter, a different set of implements have to be got ready.
  • mew The cat with the white spots on its sides-Val called her Mary Arabella, for some whimsical reason-came into the kitchen, looked inquiringly at the huddled figure upon the floor, gave a faint mew, and went slowly up, purring and arching her back; she snuffed a moment at Val's hair, then settled herself in the hollow of Val's arm, and curled down for a nap.
  • mid The wise animal surmised from her gesture what she wanted of him, and Stas, caught by the belt of his trousers, in one moment found himself in mid-air.
  • mod An other again other sval I let that wole mod ut al.
  • mud But it did its best; it dragged it through the mud till it was hidden, inches deep.
  • qed
  • red O, sister, your face is red, too.
  • ted The dust do be gettin' that thick on some of your books, Master Ted.
  • wed You do not know, you who are so ignorant of the world, what it means to wed a man like myself, penniless, worthless-oh, Heaven, forgive me!
  • zed "Rest easy in yer mind, cook," I zed; "Roger is toughish, an' he'll see thet the honour o' the old county is well show'd out and kep' up."
  • Ged She's a beauty, by Ged!
  • Met So you've heard of me since we met, sir?
  • Jed I think we'll call him Little Jed."
  • Mel This Mel seems to have been one of the pillars of the padres, and a standing godfather for Indian babies.
  • Ned "I guess they didn't," said Ned.
  • MEX When Gale goes out again she flings up the trap-door, speaks to Mex, pulls all the kitchen shades down, locks the doors, and I sets down on the trap-door steps 'n' eats a pipin' hot supper; say!
  • PMED
  • he'd I'd rather he'd be at home,-if there's going to be a war.
  • we'd "We'd have told you at first, Sir," I said, "only the Mate wouldn't give any of us a chance to speak.
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