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  • am on the and up
  • Avery The Misses Avery knew the girls by name already,-having talked much with Prudence.
  • eire He then directed his course towards the estuary of Binn-Edair, keeping the circuit of Eire to his right hand.
  • Ere Peter needed a sharp lesson, and ere long he had it.
  • eve But it's Christmas Eve.
  • ever Did you ever think of that?"
  • every Every one is made welcome.
  • Eyre After a long silence, Kelly Eyre looked at his watch.
  • fuehrer
  • louvre And equally unmistakable is the relation between this Louvre drawing and the Madonna of Solothurn.
  • more erosive
  • oeuvre It is true that she could have rented a limousine for a thousand francs a month, but it was almost a religion with workers of her class to economize rigorously and give all their surplus to the oeuvre of their devotion.
  • oeuvres His new berth doubtless suited his secret plans, for his satisfaction became so great that he actually gave one of the clerks a copy of the "Oeuvres Badines de Piron."
  • ogre Leyden's second Hermitage ballad-two of the best in the "Minstrelsy"-deals with the Cout or Chief of Keeldar, in Northumberland, done to death by the "Ogre" in the Cout's Pool close to the Castle.
  • ore Nothing but my ore property.
  • outre Vaura is full of regrets, as from what our friends say, his choice is extremely outre.
  • ovary Pontidera thought that its office was to keep the ovary in a moist condition.
  • over It's over for me....
  • OVERS What I can grapple with is this: If our county offices are worth $30,000, and there are other little after-claps and soft snaps, and walk-overs, worth, say $10,000, and the boys, say, are willing to do the fair thing, say, blow in fifteen per cent, to the central committee, and what they feel like on the outside, then politics, instead of a burden and a reproach, becomes a pleasing duty, a joyous occasion and a picnic to those whose lives might otherwise be a dreary monotone.
  • overt Without this presentation, she could not appear publicly at court, she could not sway overt political influence, she could not have a suite of rooms at the palace.
  • revere I have described my grandfather and my residence, but now I must introduce my grandmother; my dear, excellent, grandmother, whom I loved so much when she was living, and whose memory I shall ever revere.
  • severe He had command of a company to the close of the Revolution and was in nearly every severe battle in the middle States.
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