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  • dirty talks
  • economic assistances
  • jumps bandwagon
  • lost one's bearing
  • pasteurize Hess for example has found that the temperature used to pasteurize milk continued for some time, is more destructive to the vitamine than boiling water temperature continued for only a few minutes.
  • pauperize Take care how you pauperize the heart of a people, for you 'll have to make a workhouse of the nation.
  • Percipience In his sense of sorrow and of humour, in his moral intuitions, in his percipience of proportion and in all the subtle elements that go to make up the mental constitution of modern man, I see no difference in him from the European variety which to-day stands at the highest point of human achievement, but I freely confess that the African Native has so far shown a lack of that will to think analytically and critically which in the civilised man is the result of a continuous discontent with things as they are, a discontent which has urged him up to his present plane of racial supremacy.
  • perspire I began to perspire.
  • Perspired Near her stood a long-haired young man who perspired incessantly.
  • perspires The individual has a high warm color, does not sleep well, becomes or remains thin no matter how much he or she eats, is abnormally susceptible sexually, may suffer from a definite insomnia, is emotional, and perspires freely.
  • precipice Moreover by an unlucky chance young Rondel's novel, "The Precipice," was published on the very same day, and as the precipice was a novel one and there were no less than three young ladies prepared to fall over it at the same moment, it of course commanded instant attention.
  • pressurize
  • prospering They heard from time to time through her sister that her little enterprise in Omaha was prospering, and that she was very contented out West; at last they heard directly from her that she was going to be married.
  • prosperity The soil is far more necessary to our comfort and prosperity than gold.
  • prosperous These prosperous times are dangerous times.
  • purchase price
  • purchasers After the first lot was stationed, another and another followed in succession, which were placed beside the others, till perhaps there were 200 altogether; the different lots being all kept completely separate for the inspection of purchasers.
  • purchases 14,691. Such purchases are usually made after settlement?
  • sexual commerce
  • surprise Mary asked, with some surprise.
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