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  • react Manual training consists of a series of actions which are controlled by the mind, and which react on it. And I won't come back Sometimes it's so hard to get you to react – Try by god lives underwater
  • read "Why yes, I've read it. Don't believe what you might have read You'll see what I might have said – Waste by Phish
  • rearguard Then came the kafila proper, with the remainder of the Aphrodite's crew, under Stump's charge, as a rearguard.
  • rearward Farther rearward is another group, more resembling captives.
  • record This record can be produced as incontrovertible evidence of fact.
  • rector Not having been a University man himself, the rector did not know that at Oxford or Cambridge, as in the army, one may live according to one's taste.
  • regard You may regard me as all your own, for I am yours and wish to be.
  • reid The truth is that Induction, if that is the name we use for scientific method, is not, as Reid conceived, an exception to the usual rule of arts in being the invention of one man.
  • reload Instantly, he hardly knew how, he found himself on his feet, yelling fiercely, and firing as fast as he could reload his musket.
  • require You won't require me to explain why I never mentioned this to you or to Blanche.
  • required "The first thing required of a soldier is duty.
  • requite To requite these manifold courtesies he took all the gold he could get and all the Indians he could lay hold on, to sell for slaves.
  • requited
  • reread
  • reward
  • reword
  • ricardo
  • rigid
  • Reared The hymns and their melodies were the foundations upon which the temple of German Protestantism had been reared.
  • Reeked
  • Reined
  • Relaid
  • Relied
  • Repaid
  • Requiter
  • Gerard So he put Young Gerard to work, first as sheepboy to his own flock, but later the boy had a flock of his own.
  • regards
  • redid
  • retied
  • reheard
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