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  • pacemaker
  • premier The Guru is now the brother you fear and beware when I'm making hits with premier and – Suckas Need Bodyguards by gang starr
  • prepacked
  • prepare So you gotta get ready, you gotta prepare If you really want to reach up there – Are You a Believer? by Unknown Author
  • pricker But the pricker went back to Scotland with thirty pounds, the arrangement having been that he was to receive twenty shillings a witch.
  • primate
  • primer "I'll make it long primer," says I. "How do I stand here in the Corrugated?
  • promise To-morrow, if I can, I promise you."
  • promote I had decided to promote myself from agent to principal, from prime minister to king-I must, myself, promote myself, for in this world all promotion that is solid comes from within.
  • promoter Here was the opportunity of the bankrupt adventurer and the stranded promoter.
  • prompter Ah, full many a drama has come to an end 'Neath the walls of Bellevue, and the curtain will fall On one actor to-night; though the audience call, He will make no response, once he passes from view, For Death is the prompter who gives him the cue.
  • propagate Such strenuous exertions having been, and still being made, to propagate the doctrines of this book, and such fruits having already appeared from the labours of its friends, it becomes a matter of some interest to investigate the history of this strange delusion, and, although it does not deserve it, treat the subject seriously.
  • propagator He on his side took a keen interest in his disciple, discerning in him the propagator of the Pitt doctrine and tradition.
  • propane
  • propeller
  • proper
  • propose
  • proposer In accordance with a common English custom an agenda paper was distributed before the meeting, which contained not only a list of the resolutions to be brought forward, but also the names of the proposer, the seconder, and sometimes a third or fourth man who would support each of them.
  • provoke
  • provoker She breaks into an affectionate laugh, and kisses its provoker, who protests.
  • rainmaker Against the rose of the dawn appeared a dark line which increased as the magicians and chiefs moaned and groaned in sympathy with the furious efforts of the rainmaker, who threatened and pulled with the magic crook, so that everybody could see that he was indeed dragging the reluctant clouds from over the end of the earth.
  • remake
  • Propped
  • primmer
  • conjointments
  • connaturalizing
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