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- heal She loved him so deeply, might not her love, she wondered wistfully, perhaps some day be strong enough to heal the wound he had sustained-strong enough even to compel his love? People say that time will heal But you know, they just don't feel what you feel – Help Is On The Way by Michael W. Smith
- heel He turned on his heel as he spoke, and the Ambassador stood looking after him until his figure was lost in the moving crowd. He grabbed a stick, tried to kick it with his heel Did a sick back flip and ended up full kneel – Aces & 8's by Uncle Kracker
- meal That was where I came from that night I begged a meal here-a circus. Stare me down sizin' me up like a value meal I'm tested and approved dog, value's real – Old School by B. Reith
- mealy In about three or four minutes after they have been covered with the cloth they will begin to grow mealy, as the steam escapes; and you can keep them hot and mealy for three or four hours.
- medal I soon brought Mr. Mason out of his shell, read his name on his medal, and had a chance of observing his teeth-indeed, he spoke of them himself.
- metal In the succeeding generation rulers will be appointed who have lost the guardian power of testing the metal of your different races, which, like Hesiod's, are of gold and silver and brass and iron.
- Hal Hal did not lose any reputation because he failed to take Andrew Lanning at once.
- Mel What then, reflected Lane, could have been the effect of war upon women? The mothers of the race, of men! The creatures whom emotions governed! The beings who had the sex of tigresses! "The female of the species!" What had the war done to the generation of its period-to Helen, to Mel Iden, to Lorna, to Bessy Bell? Had it made them what men wanted?
- he'll Jack's in Kremmlin', an' he'll be hyar to-night or to-morrow."