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  • bower The little room in which they were was a bower of luxury.
  • cower Today we are together, we are unified and on runnin' cower When we are together we got power – Can't Hold Us Back by public enemy
  • dewar C. Mountague, 28; his pay, 29; ill-disciplined crew, 34; scientific results of the voyage, 35; on Tasman's draught of the coast, 36; in Sharks' Bay, 38; at New Guinea, 39; foundering of his ship, 39; personality, 40; summary of his work, 41; dedication to the Earl of Pembroke, 42; in command of a privateering expedition, 42; sails as pilot, 43; obscure death, 43; his Voyage, 56. Dampier's Monument, 21. Davies, Lieutenant, 152. Davies, John, 24; his work on navigation, 35. Dawes, 118, 279; Battery, 118; Point, 283. De Quiros discovers various islands, 4. Denmark, Matilda, Queen of, 119. Deptford, 53. Derwent, settlement at, 289; River, 268. Dewar, Mr. W., 70. Director, 248. Dirk Hartog's Road, 38. Discovery, 66, 68. Dixon, Mr., 153. Doggerbank, 249. Dolphin, 50, 51, 66, 137. Donington, 168. Duckett, 59. Duff, 133. Duke, 288. Duncan, Admiral, 248. Duncan, 214. Dunton, John, A New Discovery of Terra Incognita Australis, or the Southern World, by James Sadeur, a Frenchman, 37. Dusky Bay, 179. Dutch, their voyages to Australia, 6; East India Company, establishment of the, 7. Duyphen Point, 8. Duyphen, its voyages to New Guinea, 7. Eagle, 45, 93. East Indies, 71. Edwards, Captain, 229, 245; his treatment of the mutineers of the Bounty, 230-232. Ellis, Mr. W., 70. Elphinstone, 229. Encounter Bay, 184. Endeavour, 48, 52, 179; sketch of the vessel, 53; its condition, 60; goes ashore on the Barrier Reef, 60. Endeavour River, 63. Endragt, 8. England, state of the navy, 22. Esmeralda, 241. Etheridge, Mr., 166. Europe, 76, 137. Evans, 292. Evelyn, John, extract from, on Captain Dampier, 18. Everard, Cape, 57. Everett, Captain Michael, 75. Exmouth Gulf, 16. Falconer, 92. Falkland Islands, discovery of, 50. Fish, Rev.
  • dower
  • iowa
  • lower Voice is getting lower, school year's getting slower, – Thirteen by Unknown Author
  • mower He would let two of the boys take Pete to the stable, and then, seated on a mower seat in the shade, he would tell the story.
  • pair Yon' weeping, kissing, smiling pair, I'le scatter all their vowes i' th' ayr, – Love Conquer'd by Richard Lovelace
  • par I'm that boy, boy! Them boys them no up to par! I just show up go up to the stage and blow up the spot, There ain't no boy who can do what I do; boy I'm a star! Boy, I told you boy, I'm a "Soldier Boy", I'm "DeShaun – Drop The Bomb On 'Em by Eminem
  • para Para-typhoid affects the nervous system.
  • pare Vecchio fortunato hai compagnia, hai un lavoro da sbrigare alle ore che ti pare sei impegnato e quindi devi ridere, devi ridere, devi ridere. – Devi Ridere by Fabio Concato
  • park In the park Just before dark – Lying In The Park by G. Love And Special Sauce
  • parr got dreaming on a parr. I'm staring through the window wonder where you are – Locomotion by Manoevres In The Dark
  • part Who will promise never to part, Someone to close his eyes for you, Someone to close his heart, Someone who will die for you an' more, – IT AIN'T ME, BABE by Bob Dylan
  • paw Nuzzle her muzzle, a hole in her paw Greatest case of puppy lovin' you ever saw – A Dog's Life by Elvis Presley
  • pawl The pawl shield is set so that any required number of teeth can be taken up and no change gears are used.
  • pawn One wanted two hundred rubles in order to keep his business from going to ruin, and to enable him to finish the education of his children; another wanted to have a photographic establishment; a third wanted money to pay his debts, and take his best clothes out of pawn; a fourth was in need of a piano, in order to perfect himself and to earn money to support his family by giving lessons.
  • pay Huzzah: huzzah! one and eight-pence to pay For a letter from Hamborough, just come to say – 'Monstre' Balloon, The by Richard Harris Barham
  • pea (Soft petals, yes, but not so barren quite, Mingled with these, smooth bean and wrinkled pea;) And go along with you ere you lose sight Of what you came for and become like me, – Putting in the Seed by Robert Lee Frost
  • pear Each knight took a pear, And yet left a dozen there. – Pairs Or Pears (Mother Goose rhyme) by Unknown Author
  • pew And kept hands with hoary policy in marriage-bed and pew; Now I know the false and true, – I WHo All The Winter Through by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • pewee Like the call of the wood pewee, the wren's radiates coolness and shadowy quiet.
  • plow Time, ere long, will come and plow Loathed furrows in your brow: – THE CHANGES: TO CORINNA by Robert Herrick
  • poe You dream of Edgar Allen Poe You fall into the hell below – Too Late To Save The World by Glenn Hughes
  • poi
  • poker Poker with Al Roker – Great Big Stuff by Unknown Author
  • polar
  • poor Poor old Mrs. Bolan was there.
  • pore "Well, he's gone, pore chap," said his friend.
  • pork The pork we had brought was extremely welcome, as we had had no fresh provisions for some days.
  • port It was Hugo Tancred's; and the post-mark was Port Said.
  • poser O'Connor's answer must have been a poser, judging from the look of surprise on Craig's face.
  • pour He is winning, anyhow; I am actually in danger of defeat; and if I am defeated, Wellington's troops will pour through and come up on the Emperor's army from the rear and destroy it.
  • pow 32. Blackstone, as I had expected, commenced his pow-pow or council directly we began our service, and so drew away all the principal men.
  • powder "What it may have done, I don't know," I answered; "but depend on't such heavy charges of powder must have burst to some purpose.
  • power He felt that father and son were in his power, and that he would have his own way in the end.
  • powwow Dicky Nahl was along here, and he said Terrill and Meeker and the other gang was holding a powwow at Borton's, and we'd best look out for surprises.
  • pr The ancient Egyptians themselves called the serdab the pr-twt or "statue-house," and the group of chambers, forming the tomb-chapel in the mastaba, was known to them as the "ka-house".
  • prewar Nina's building was a dark brick prewar and had no doorman, though the super's apartment was right off the lobby, allowing him to receive packages and generally keep an eye on comings and goings.
  • prow I wish you could give up the whole affair and turn your prow toward home."
  • rower The creak of oars told of a late rower on the stream-a voice was wafted up to them, to be drowned in the sighing of the leaves set swaying by the new breeze.
  • sower Readings:-'Revelation,' 'The Smoke,' 'The Sower,' 'Consummation,' 'Glory of Earth,' 'Primitive Man,' 'Man to Nature,' 'Eavesdroppers,' 'Social Appeal,' 'The Quiet Land Within,' 'The Saving of Judas Iscariot.
  • tower That is the tower?
  • vow Tell me this, little one; who shall speak of it when we return, seeing how you have taken this vow of silence?"
  • wa "Wa'al," was the reply, "if they did git off, they must have gone inter hidin', for I sarched and sarched, and didn't see hair nor hide, nor sign nor trace of 'em."
  • war You want to see what war really is.
  • warp "All right," he exclaimed: "they have secured the line; make it fast to the warp."
  • way Was there no way out?
  • wear I'm so glad you're going to wear that dress."
  • wow As there was no stopping him, the peasant said to him, "Yes, yes, I know quite well that thou art saying, 'wow, wow, wow,' because thou wantest some of the meat; but I should fare badly if I were to give it to thee."
  • Noway
  • Pah Suppose at last I come to the point of borrowing money, of going to the old man humbly, twisting my hat in my hand: 'My dear sir, Aurelia and the children'-Pah!"
  • powers
  • paws
  • PW
  • POO
  • PARC But, monsieur, I really didn't know that you were singing; I was saying to my friend Lucie that we should be very late in getting to the restaurant in Parc Saint-Fargeau, and that I didn't know whether there was dancing there on Saturday.
  • PARS "Just about," sed he, "but our Road can't pars you."
  • VOA
  • PAAR
  • payware
  • accroached
  • accroaches
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