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  • beet His present heir has imagined a benevolent use of his heritage by inviting the peasantry of the Vega to the culture of the sugar-beet; but whether the enterprise was prospering I could not say; and I do not suppose any reader of mine will care so much for it as I did in the pour of the moonlight over the roofs and towers that were now becoming Granada, and quickening my slow old emotions to a youthful glow.
  • bet "That's a good bet.
  • bit If you'll think back, you'll remember that every time you had a bit of your so-called luck, it was because you were at the right place at the right time.
  • bite I can get a bite when I get home.
  • cite By way of illustration we need only to cite the struggle for existence and the division of labor with their far reaching influence in determining the course of evolution.
  • die No, she must die.
  • diet They would have been but thin diet for earthly appetites.
  • dirt I'm not dirt under your feet, anyway.
  • duet His name for the flute-duet with the Hon.
  • fiat Bitter as was my disappointment, I could have bowed to the fiat-pardoned the young lady-and offered my hand to dear George; but there were our 'friends,' the busy-bodies and talebearers.
  • fit Now, I must go to bed myself, or I shan't be fit for work to-morrow.
  • get So how did you get him out?"
  • gift I resolved to offer this beautiful gift to Mdlle.
  • gilt In a box, cloth, gilt top, $7.50 net.
  • girt There is no reason, however, why rivers of greater magnitude, than any which have hitherto been discovered in it, should not emanate from mountains of such limited altitude, as the known mountains of that immense and sea-girt territory.
  • gist Our gist is this: that those gardens of New Orleans are as they are, not by mere advantage of climate but for several other reasons.
  • jet His high forehead had a kind of luminous pallour, and his hair was jet black and somewhat stringy.
  • jilt She didn't want me to jilt Ralston Murray.
  • kiev With this object he travelled to Petersburg, to Kiev, to Odessa and abroad, and was everywhere successful.
  • kilt But in London, and in special when I wore ma kilt, it was different.
  • kit Still another species, the smallest and perhaps the most interesting of any, is the "kit fox."
  • kite "Judd the Kite ...
  • let Let me have time to think!
  • lied Had Siptah lied in this too?
  • lit They have helped thee to power, and lit me to revenge.
  • lite
  • meet
  • mit Here is de girl mit a letter.
  • mite
  • mitt
  • net
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  • quest
  • quiet
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  • sit
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  • suet
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  • yet
  • Cit He must walk like a Cit in his glory, Of Money the true modern test, He must be-yes, of course, dear-a Tory, (As partis that party are best) If he knows not the old Carlton's portal, Then-unless you've a Duke for a beau- I beg you-for girls are but mortal- My own ANGELINA, say "No!"
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