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  • bogus She little thinks that I have just returned from Australia, where I have at last discovered the identity of the real Earl of Puddingford, as well as that of this bogus Muddleton, who, by his nefarious crime, has deprived Henry Cobb of his patrimony, of his title, aye, even of his name.
  • hughes Once or twice, as he ran, Murray Hughes paused, turned, and fired behind him.
  • judges There was a great deal of sympathy for the prisoner among the judges .
  • quakers All this was new to me, having never attended any other meeting than of Friends, usually called Quakers .
  • quoits Afterwards I generally read, while the others play at quoits , and at half-past two I go out walking with Campbell, coming in to begin work at five.
  • Bogies One of the bogies she kept locked in a cupboard was James's ennui when Lancelot was to the fore.
  • Fogies You see-the fact is-well, they're a lot of old fogies up there.
  • Cokes In 1914 at the start of World War I the composition of the brigade was: Commander Major General O’Donnell 25th Cavalry (Frontier Force) 33rd Punjabis 52nd Sikhs (Frontier Force) 55th Cokes Rifles (Frontier Force) 29 Mountain Battery The brigade was involved in the Operations in the Tochi between November 1914 and March 1915 when it was commanded by Major-General Vere Bonamy Fane.
  • Georges
  • urges
  • gauges
  • budges Budges works were widely read by the educated public and among those seeking comparative ethnological data, including James Frazer.
  • quotes
  • quakes
  • queues
  • gorges
  • cougars
  • argues In this case he argues that if the disputed word is not itself Scripture, its meaning is.
  • gouges
  • rogues
  • cages They were digging when I caught them; and, carried away by the enthusiasm of their activity, they go on digging inside my cages .
  • fudges
  • jogs
  • jokes
  • quirks
  • COGS As though in a vastly intricate mechanism little cogs were breaking, and the breaks spreading until presently the giant fly-wheels could no longer turn.
  • QUES
  • joggers
  • quarks
  • quickies
  • quires
  • quoins
  • fugues
  • dogies
  • vogues
  • rouges
  • augurs It augurs well for the future, and I feel convinced you will do all in your power to assist me in making this Imperial Institute worthy of the name of our Queen and of her Empire.
  • gougers
  • loges
  • morgues
  • acquittances
  • cookings
  • ex-positions
  • ex-probating
  • ex-probation
  • highcolored
  • interwinded
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