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  • pelt In vain the Prophet of the Desert has said: And we have adorned the lower heaven with lamps and set them to pelt the devils with ...
  • picot When she thought she was dying, she made a vow to build a foundation to St Giles, which Picot subsequently honoured, building St Giles Church near his castle in Cambridge.
  • pile He bound the two obligations in one, and added a third destination to the enormous pile he contemplated. An unaffected smile To add up to his pile – Time Has Deserted Us by kashmir
  • piled The islanders returned, with awe deeply impressed on their half opened minds, and told the wondering inhabitants of the hovels of London and York that, near the grave of Saint Peter, a mighty race, now extinct, had piled up buildings which would never be dissolved till the judgment day.
  • pill I dare say I shall be able to smack the little pill after this.
  • pillow And when she had taken Isabel back again to her own room at last, and had seen her safely into bed, and kissed her good-night, already the girl's face was quieter as it lay on the pillow , and the lines were smoothed out of her forehead.
  • pilot "But she was about four times too big for a pilot boat.
  • pinto "We don't think so," said Pinto .
  • pit She saw me in the pit and gave me a smile, so I wrote to her, offering my services if the mother had changed her way of thinking.
  • pita Giruwa Ambalama Kadugannawa Ambalama Panavitiya Ambalama Pita Kotte Gal Ambalama
  • pitt Pitt would be impressed by it.
  • pity "I don't want your pity .
  • pivot Above him, like a stationary pivot , towered the tall graceful neck, beneath him spun the top-like legs, and in front of him was a soft black and white mass of feathers.
  • plat Monuments remaining there: Robert Gabeter, esquire, mayor of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1310; John Gisors; William Tiligham; John Stanley; Lord Strange, eldest son of the Earl of Derby, 1503; Nicholas Statham; Robert de Luton, 1361; Richard Lions, a famous merchant of wines, and a lapidary, sometime one of the sheriffs, beheaded in Cheape by Wat Tyler and other rebels in the year 1381; his picture on his gravestone, very fair and large, is with his hair rounded by his ears, and curled; a little beard forked; a gown, girt to him down to his feet, of branched damask, wrought with the likeness of flowers; a large purse on his right side, hanging in a belt from his left shoulder; a plain hood about his neck covering his shoulders, and hanging back behind him. Sir John Wrotch, fishmonger, mayor 1361, deceased 1407; Thomas Stonarde, of Oxfordshire; John Bromer, fishmonger, alderman 1474; the Lady Stanley, mother to the Lord Strange; the Countess of Huntingdon; the Lady Harbert; Sir George Stanley; Gilbert Bovet, 1398; a Countess of Worcester, and one of her children; William More, vintner, mayor 1395; William Venor, grocer, mayor 1389; Robert Chichley, mayor 1421; James Spencer, vintner, mayor 1543; Richard Plat , brewer, founded a free school there 1601.
  • plate So up and ready, and my wife also, and then down and I showed my wife, to her great admiration and joy, Mr. Gauden's present of plate , the two flaggons, which indeed are so noble that I hardly can think that they are yet mine.
  • plato Philosophy cannot argue against Cupidon; he laughs Plato and his platitudes to scorn.
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  • pilots The commanders of the ships were exasperated against the pilots , and these on their part were almost petrified with fear.
  • Pilate The founder of that name was Christ, who was put to death, in the reign of Tiberius, under Pontius Pilate : which temporarily crushed the pernicious superstition, but it broke out again, not only in Judaea, where the evil originated, but in Rome also.

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