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  • paine Holding a conspicuous place among them was Robert Treat Paine, born at Boston, Mass.
  • pane The evening was deepening, and some of the shops had already lit up, as Mr. Silk, with his face against the window-pane, tried in vain to penetrate the obscurity of Mr. Kybird's shop.
  • pawnee When driving through the trees and bushes in a lonely spot about a day's journey below Fort Kearney, we suddenly met a band of mounted Pawnee warriors, who stopped us and in broken English asked where we were going, where we came from, if we saw any Sioux Indians, how big the bands were, if they had many ponies and how many days' journey they were away.
  • peon The peon obeyed the order, and in five minutes they reached the gate.
  • pin You shall have the pin-cushion and the tidy if you do."
  • pine "In this hot weather one begins to pine for the country.
  • ping Only Love with his arms wide extended, Penitence wee ping and praying; the Will that is tried, and whose gold flows Purified forth from the flames; in a word, mankind by Atonement Breaketh Atonement's bread, and drinketh Atonement's wine-cup.
  • pioneer Mrs. Maclaughlin was tall and bony with iron-gray hair and a large featured, strong face, characteristic of the pioneer.
  • ponce Espinosa died on the 5th of September, 1572. Don Pedro Ponce de Leon, Bishop of Placentia and Estremadura, was the next inquisitor-general, but he died before he had entered on his office.
  • pone A smile, which Peter would have regarded as condescending to a free man, who, since the war, was as good as anybody else; a kind word, which Peter would have considered offensively patronizing; a piece of Mis' Molly's famous potato pone from Rena's hands,-a bone to a dog, Peter called it once;-were ample rewards for the thousand and one small services Frank had rendered the two women who lived in the house behind the cedars.
  • pongee But every other feeling but excitement was obliterated at the sight of a slender, girlishly made woman, in a pongee gown, and a limp brown hat covered with poppies, waiting in the lounge.
  • pony Therefore the pony and that saddle had done something good for Ned, and Colonel Tassara cheerfully responded: "With great pleasure, my dear general.
  • prone But so prone are mankind to pass over the merits of this most useful class of men, that had he not fallen by the side of a Marion, perhaps his memory would have been forgotten.
  • Pined If anything had happened to his master the little animal would have pined and fretted himself to death.
  • Piney Nevertheless, she liked the place and found a wholesome pleasure in the long tramps she took along the piney roads.
  • pines Then, with a low, quick call to Hugh, he sprang swiftly into the pines toward the sound.
  • pioneers But what a different life these pioneers led then!
  • pones
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