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- ares Sale to Ares Capital In late 2009, Allied agreed to be purchased by Ares Capital.
- azores Then he went west to the Azores, looking for what he called 'some comfortable little dew of Heaven,' that is, of course, more prizes of a richer kind.
- osiris Osiris first constructed ploughs with dext'rous skill.
- Oases If S. Hilarius ever made sacramental communion we are not told, but we do know that he was for ever hiding himself from where were his fellow- men, in wilds and oases, and where there were no Christian churches.
- sires The rule and practice have been to quietly remove the relics of the forgotten sires in order to dig new graves for a new generation.
- sores They put all the gold-bricks on board their vessel, took Sribatsa prisoner, and put him into the hold not far from the woman covered with sores.
- assures "Oh, you are one of the family, quite one of the family," Selina assures him, with an amiable smile.
- ospreys On its eastern side the shore was strewn with cinders from the numerous steamers which ply the Red Sea, and quantities of straw cases for bottles, out of which the ospreys, which live here in large numbers, have built their nests.
- ogres We don't want the German children to think of us as ogres and one wonders what stories their parents may now be telling them of our American soldiers.
- uses Transcriber's Note The author uses wont instead of the more usual won't; this has been retained as printed.
- users Within recent years, considerable interest is awakening among wood users in the operation of kiln-drying.
- ORES For we know that the rents in which ores abound extend downward to vast depths, where the temperature of the interior of the earth is more elevated.