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  • bart Now it was Bart who was the freak, the odd one.
  • beat Le' 's see 'f we can't beat 'em seein' how old we can be.
  • beet That sounds raisonable enough an' bein' be nature a gin'rous people whin we don't think, we're about to help her disthress with whativer we have cold in th' panthry whin th' thought iv th' Beet crosses our minds.
  • beret It was then that Father Beret turned deadly pale and swiftly crossed himself.
  • bet "I'll bet my immortal soul she was peeking at me," he soliloquized.
  • burt There is also water in a small creek close by to south which joins this creek close by; ranges visible within a few miles to south of south-west; wind from southward chiefly but variable; I have called the creek we encamped on last night Burt's Creek after G. Burt, Esquire, of Adelaide.
  • herbert
  • rabat
  • rabbet
  • rebate
  • reboot
  • rebut
  • reit
  • robed
  • robert
  • roberts
  • robot
  • Bret California life in the early times is described in Kirk Munroe's Golden Days of '49, and in Bret Harte's Luck of Roaring Camp and Tales of the Argonauts.
  • Brett C. H. 3rd Boothby, Albert C. Borton, Hugh Bowie, Robert R. Bowles, Chester Braden, Thomas W. Bradfield, Richard Braisted, Paul J. Brett, George P., Jr.
  • Bert When it was all over Bert and Tommy stood watching with straining eyes the fast disappearing train, handkerchiefs and caps and hands were waving from every window, faint snatches of cheers, and the tune of "The Girl I Left Behind Me," came floating backward.
  • Norbert
  • Roberta
  • Ebert Giving Beowulf three out of four stars, Roger Ebert argues that the film is a satire of the original poem.
  • Roberto
  • Berta But you were always like it, Berta, and I am ashamed of ye.
  • Robt