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- moccasins There is a tragedy too deep for tears in the silent monuments of Field's ignorance of moccasins.
- occasions "I have no fears," said Sophie, on one of these occasions, when I accompanied him.
- Casinos Mozos with gorged canvas bags on their shoulders had followed his stately stride into the gambling casinos.
- Axons The "white matter" of the central system consists chiefly of axons with their enveloping or medullary, sheath and neuroglia.
- accessions In the same way currents which flow over the Newfoundland bank a great part of the year at the rate of two miles an hour, and are known to retain a considerable velocity to near the bottom, may carry away all loose sand and mud, and make the emergence of the shoal impossible, in spite of the accessions of mud, sand, and boulders derived occasionally from melting icebergs which, coming from the northern glaciers, are frequently stranded on various parts of the bank.
- accusations I've said so a thousand times; but I was so unhappy and wretched at first, and at the last he made me so angry with his unjust accusations."
- cousins She spoke, too, of living with our cousins.
- oceans Just as there is water in the great oceans, there are the cities on land.
- Saxons I have also met with an old author, who observes, that Birmingham was governed by two Constables in the time of the Saxons; small places have seldom more than one.
- tocsins Five years of enthusiasm, five years of fraternal embraces, of massacres, of fine speeches, of Marseillaises, of tocsins, of 'hang up the aristocrats,' of heads promenaded on pikes, of women mounted astride of cannon, of trees of Liberty crowned with the red cap, of white-robed maidens and old men drawn about the streets in flower-wreathed cars; of imprisonments and guillotinings, of proclamations, and short commons, of cockades and plumes, swords and carmagnoles-it grows tedious!