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  • algae We have now to deal more particularly with those marine Algae that are commonly known as Sea Weeds, and which add so much to the beauty of our rocky coasts.
  • lac On the following day Brother, Halstead returned to Fond du Lac . Now I'm smokin' dro in a Lac I'm throwin' a pack – Run by twista
  • lack "If he ain't, it's not for lack of willingness. Well, once I was rather prosperous, There was nothing I did lack. I had fourteen-karat gold in my mouth And silk upon my back. – IAMALONESOME HOBO by Bob Dylan
  • lag The rearguard, commanded by the general himself, covered the rear, but fortunately the enemy did not come up until evening; but so numerous were the stragglers that when the French cavalry charged, they mustered in sufficient force to repel their attack, a proof that it was not so much fatigue as insubordination that caused them to lag behind.
  • lake That is not a lake at all.
  • locke He therefore sent orders to Colonel Francis Locke , of Rowan, to assemble his militia and at once attack the Tories.
  • pac JP Morgan Chases PAC and its employees contributed $2.
  • pack "I thought we were going to start to pack to-morrow to go to Cousin Tom's," remarked Rose.
  • page Had her Ladyship only read to the middle of the seventh page she would have learned the indisposition of her daughter, with the various opinions thereupon; but poor Miss Grizzy's labours were vain, for her letter remains a dead letter to this day.
  • pal We were at Caius together, and he is by way of being a great pal of mine.
  • palace There was great stir about the palace , a most noble building, so large that it had a room for every day in the year.
  • palate You may sometimes see boys at their maddest tip of expectation stand waiting as she now stood, quivering on the extreme edge of adventure; yet even in their case there is a consciousness of well being, a kind of rolling of anticipation upon the palate , a getting of the flavours beforehand.
  • pale Rosalie was very pale .
  • pc Cobalt 60 has also done music for the PC game Wing Commander: Prophecy (Wing Commander V).
  • pelican The slow flying pelican appeared over our heads, and we came to a long broad reach covered with ducks, where the channel had all the appearance of a river of the first magnitude.
  • percale But Rachel's percale bungalo-gown was a sight!
  • pic Mr. PIC. The Stars and Stripes, sir. Then I heard it on the radio again the next day. There were a couple or three articles in the Stars and Stripes about his defection.
  • pica 8. SMALL PICA.
  • pickle I've plenty of rods in pickle for Tryan.
  • pile Baldur's horse was led to the pile fully caparisoned, and consumed in the same flames on the body of his master.
  • pillage Uttering fierce, inarticulate cries, partly of anguish and partly of defiance, he threw it open, and stepped forward to descend, when he was met at the head of the stairs by the band of assassins hurrying up, with drawn swords and blazing torches, to their work of pillage and death.
  • pillager The light recently thrown on the case of the Pillager Indians has disclosed cruelty, open robbery, and a disregard of solemn obligations.
  • placard One day, as I was strolling round, I saw a great, big placard on the wall, in letters two feet long: 'Ho!
  • placate "Well, if you think best, we'll placate him?
  • place The bright hopes which had marked the days of Con's sojourn in England were becoming haunting fears, which, in their turn, were to give place to feelings as like despair as such natures as Henrietta's can know.
  • placer For him the fertile wheat and fruit-lands of California's smiling valleys, the dull placer gold in her foot-hill streams, and the free grass, knee deep, on her cattle and sheep-ranges held no lure; for he had been first among the Humboldt redwoods and had come under the spell of the vastness and antiquity, the majesty and promise of these epics of a planet.
  • placket Unfortunately due to the lack of reinforcement, the weight of the collar will cripple the placket throughout the day.
  • plague My Lady Carteret did this day give me a bottle of plague -water home with me.
  • plaice
  • plan
  • plane
  • planer
  • plank
  • plaque
  • plat
  • plate
  • platte
  • play
  • player
  • plea
  • plead
  • please
  • pleat
  • pleb
  • plebe
  • pledge
  • pluck
  • plucked
  • plucky
  • plug
  • plumage
  • plume
  • ply
  • polar
  • pole
  • poleaxe
  • polecat
  • police
  • polk
  • polka
  • pollack
  • pule
  • PLO
  • Pele Collections of Colonies of Bees was founded by Chris Rosenau and Jon Mueller in 1998, then both members of the band Pele .
  • Peale Peale was the reason why the Trump family came to attend Marble Collegiate Church; Peale also officiated the first marriage of Donald to Ivana Trump in 1977.
  • pleas
  • LC †Anserpica Mourer-Chauviré, Berthet & Hugueney 2004 †Anserpica kiliani Mourer-Chauviré, Berthet & Hugueney 2004 Subfamily †Anatalavinae Olson 1999 Genus †Anatalavis Olson & Parris 1987 †Anatalavis rex (Shufeldt 1915) Olson & Parris 1987 †Anatalavis oxfordi Olson 1999 Subfamily Anseranatinae Salvadori 1895 Genus †Eoanseranas Worthy & Scanlon 2009 †Eoanseranas handae Worthy & Scanlon 2009 (Hand’s dawn magpie goose) Genus Anseranas Lesson 1828 Anseranas semipalmata (Latham 1798) (magpie goose) LC Family †Presbyornithidae Genus †Headonornis Harrison & Walker 1976 †Headonornis hantoniensis (Lydekker 1891) Harrison & Walker 1976 Genus †Presbyornis Wetmore 1926 †Presbyornis mongoliensis Kuročkin & Dyke 2010 †Presbyornis recurvirostrus (Hardy 1959) Ericson 2000 †Presbyornis pervetus Wetmore 1926 Genus †Telmabates Howard 1955 †Telmabates antiquus Howard 1955 †Telmabates howardae Cracraft 1970 Genus †Teviornis Kuročkin, Dyke & Karhu 2002 †Teviornis gobiensis Kuročkin, Dyke & Karhu 2002 Genus †Wilaru Boles et al.
  • PL Pl. 122. f. D. E.
  • PYLE
  • Pilate Pilate had been rebuked by the emperor already; he had no wish to incur further displeasure.
  • polkaed
  • Pelee Meanwhile, the blast from Pelee was upon the city; traversing the six miles from the crater to the Morne, faster than its own sound; six miles in little more than the time it had taken him to cross the lawn from the veranda to the cistern.
  • academicians The Academicians state particularly, that when deep abysses had opened in the argillaceous strata of Terranuova, and houses had sunk into them, the sides of the chasms closed with such violence, that, on excavating afterwards to recover articles of value, the workmen found the contents and detached parts of the buildings jammed together so as to become one compact mass.

31 words made from the letters PLCAE

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