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- clarified Brush them over with egg, sprinkle with bread crumbs, with which have been mixed minced sage and a seasoning of pepper and salt; drop a little clarified butter on them, and press the crumbs well down.
- gratified Thereupon, Monsieur Gerbault went up to his daughter's room, with a gratified air, and rubbing his hands-a sign of satisfaction common to all nations.
- justified From her pure woman's point of view she had been justified in her denunciation of Boyce. Destruction of her southern neighbor justified Nubia exploited, left with little more than pride – Every Story Is a Love Story by Unknown Author
- qualified Scarce one in fifty among the members of the two clubs was qualified to sit in judgment on a Siward! I'm specially qualified To keep 'em satisfied – What I Do by Donald Fagen
- qualitative Thus in bleached and dyed cotton yarn and twist there was a qualitative rise between 1893 and 1895 from 36,105,100 lb.
- quilted Their hair, untortured by the abominations of art, was scrupulously pomatomed back from their foreheads with a candle, and covered with a little cap of quilted calico, which fitted exactly to their heads.
- solidified A woman doubted by her husband, is always, and even to her champions in the first hours of the noxious rumour, until they had solidified in confidence through service, a creature of the wilds, marked for our ancient running.
- Calcified In these two species of Pollicipes, we have seen that large irregular calcified spines are formed at the base of the peduncle, whereas in the other Pedunculata the scales or spines are formed exclusively round the upper margin of the peduncle.
- quantified Not only did these investigations show that the hippocampus is involved with freezing behavior, but avoidance and freezing behavior do not seem to have similar ways of being quantified when it comes to fear conditioning.