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  • deed Between this callous thought and deed And you're a sweeter way to give me All the things I need – Dream Tomorrow by Cliff Richard
  • fretted
  • rate Face facts how y'all rate that see a brother with Aaliyah bet y'all hate that – Are You That Somebody (Remix) by Danja Mowf
  • read And once a page is read All but love is dead – And I Love You So by Elvis Presley
  • red Mad bull seeing red Coming at me, happy when I'm dead – Nick of Time by Unknown Author
  • reed
  • reedy I listened again; but all was still and silent, the dull splash of the river as it broke upon the reedy shore was the only sound I heard.
  • reid Thorburn's Bannu, 163. Tolstoi, 8, 101, 154. Tractarians, 257. Walpole's account of, 372. Trollope, Anthony, 24. Turgot, 214. Utilitarians, The English, 210-262. Objects of Mr. Stephen's history, 210. A system with a practical aim, 211. Its influence on government, 213. Philosophy of Reid and Stewart, 215. Bentham's doctrines, 216. Brief account of his life, 218. Mr. Stephen's criticisms, 221. Bentham's neglect of history, 223. James Mill, 225. Attitude to the Church, 226. His 'Essay on Government,' Macaulay's attack, 227. Position of Southey and Coleridge, 229. English and Greek theories of the State, 231. Criticism of Malthus and Ricardo, 234; and of James Mill, 238. John Stuart Mill, his life and training, 241. His doctrines and policy, 243. His Political Economy, 246. His later writings criticised, 248. The Subjection of Women, 251. Mill's theology, 253. Opposition to Utilitarianism, 256. Mr. Stephen's position, 259. Voltaire, 206, 274. Vorontzoff, Russian General, 307, 310. Walpole, Horace, 3, 37, 50. Walpole, Sir Spencer, 368-376. His literary bent as an historian, 369. His method described by himself, 371. His treatment of ecclesiastical controversies, 372. Comparison with Lecky, 375. Waterloo in Scott and Byron's verse, 172, 190. 'Waverley' Novel, 28, 97. See 'Scott.
  • related Once again, as on the afternoon when she had heard of Oliver's illness in New York, Mrs. Pendleton realized that her daughter's strength was more than a match for hers when the question related to Oliver.
  • reputed This was the third of his reputed works that we had seen since landing in France.
  • rested With other advice, he became weary, and said, "Now take her back to the other room, and lay her on the bed until rested."
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