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  • pains First he made sure that there was no danger near, and this time he took pains to look all around in the sky as well as on the ground.
  • paris If you know Paris , does that help you at all?"
  • parks This one man has no right to these parks and woods and pleasure grounds and vast walls; these square miles of ploughed fields, meadows and hills.
  • parse I only wish I might parse and spell it with you, says Ronayne, his spirits rising; at which answer, I regret to say, pretty Mrs. Bohun laughs again merrily, and suffers him to lead her away into the dancing-circle without a rebuke, leaving Mr. Kelly limp with fear of discovery.
  • parts Besides, Nina, with a voice like yours, you will soon be beyond having to take parts like that."
  • pas Adieu, adieu; my compliments to your mother, and au revoir, n'est-ce pas ?"
  • pass Let it all pass .
  • Parries The parries and science of the unfortunate General were at this moment set at nought, by a blow from Richard, which broke down all his defences, descending through cap and skull to the jaw.
  • Paths The young men of the present day have little use for beaten paths and safe ways.
  • Piers Various accidents and minor mishaps have taken place in Piers Gill.
  • Pius 100 Protestantism, its area at accession of Pius V., iv.
  • Pears The man had emerged from the prickly pears and was close upon her.
  • Hairs It was not merely that a shadow was settling down on all the land; for the boys did not trouble themselves about these things, though such anxieties were bringing gray hairs to their mother's temples.
  • pares In times past the Church of England has struggled to regain the position she formerly held in the older colonies; but now whatever efforts she makes in that direction are confined to the ambition of being prima inter pares -a position which is vigorously and even bitterly attacked by the other Protestant sects whenever she either tries to assert it or has it thrust upon her.
  • pays Foolish indeed is the explorer who pays slight attention to this important problem.
  • harps The pilgrims with their Jews-harps dispersed into sorrowful groups; blackness usurped the sonorous sun: there was no music upon all the earth and this tonal eclipse lasted long.
  • parches
  • pairs Some wheeled in smirking pairs; With the mincing step of a demirep Some sidled up the stairs: And with subtle sneer, and fawning leer, – The Ballad Of Reading Gaol by Oscar Wilde
  • paws But wait, they're not hands, they're cute little paws! I'm the Easter Bunny, I'm not Santa Claus! – Oh God, I'm Santa Claus! by arrogant worms
  • pails Some had it in bottles and some had it in the covers of their dinner-pails, with the cup to drink out of fitting over the top.
  • pries When once master of the place, the pries t visits all its most secret recesses and corners; he pries into its most sacred chambers.
  • PARS Pars I. De particularis.
  • PIS And then it all came out-tant pis.
  • PRIUS Quos Deus vult perdere, prius dementat.
  • PARCS
  • PI'S
  • PIES Eat off the pies And tell all you lies – What A Life by Beres Hammond
  • pariahs He became more curious and anxious to help these pariahs as a result.
  • co-actions
  • co-conspirators
  • cobbles

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