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  • ammonia The swelling from an insect bite should be bathed with ammonia water as soon as noticed and then treated with frequent applications of hot water.
  • anemone Peziza tuberosa, in like manner, is developed from Sclerotia, usually found buried in the ground in company with the roots of Anemone nemorosa.
  • mania The religious mania under which he had rested for a while turned his thoughts to sacred music, and most of his compositions were masses.
  • mona Mr. Greenfield, Mr. Hartright's correspondent and agent in these parts, lived in a fine brick house just out of the town, on the Mona Road, his family consisting of a wife and two daughters-brisk, lively young ladies with black hair and eyes, and very fine bright teeth that shone whenever they laughed, and with a plenty to say for themselves.
  • monomania Monomania is insanity on one subject.
  • naming The chiefs of the revolt had met and organised a provisional government, naming themselves ministers.
  • nona And long ere the roused passions of the riffraff had assuaged themselves by loot and outrage in the remoter streets, in the darkest dungeon of the Nona Tower, on a piece of rotten mattress, huddled in his dripping tinselled cloak, and bleeding from a dozen cuts, Joseph the Dreamer lay prostrate, too exhausted from the fierce struggle with his captors to think on the stake that awaited him.
  • numbing The dejection of poor Lottie had a numbing effect upon me.
  • pneumonia He got pneumonia ," replied Anderson, hoarsely.
  • ramona
  • roumania There are many other circumstances which warrant us in seeking to obtain a better knowledge of Roumania , but these were the chief considerations which induced me last year to visit the country and some of its leading institutions, and to collect the materials which I now venture in the following pages to lay before my readers.
  • Pomona Alcinous' charm is annual, and Adonis' gardens, Nor do the Pharian roses bloom long in that air; Antique Pomona of Semiramis has boasted, And yet deep winter climbs the summit of her roof.
  • Narnia Bessas advanced upon the strong fortress of Narnia .
  • canonesses

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