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  • alas The murmur that springs From the growing of grass Are the music of things- But are modell'd, alas!- – Al Aaraaf by Edgar Allan Poe
  • laos You xie shi zao yi jing zhu ding yao dao lao Sui ran ming yun ai kai wan xiao – Yi Shi De Mei Hao by Angela Zhang
  • lass "You poor little bit of a lass!
  • laws Klein. Who clipped the lion's wings And flea'd his rump and pared his claws? Thought Burbank, meditating on Time's ruins, and the seven laws. – Burbank with a Baedeker: Bleistein with a Cigar by Thomas Stearns Eliot
  • rails Abe Lincoln did it with rails Toledo did it with scales – Specialization by Marilyn Monroe
  • relays
  • Lars
  • bylaws Il n'y a qu'un mot pour ce membre audessus de "Bylaws."
  • Rats But we are poorer than rats, and we must be thankful that even some crumbs are left us from the past.
  • Roles But that he transposed the Scott and Elliot roles is incapable of proof; and I have shown that such perversions were made in very early times, where national, not clan prejudices were concerned.
  • rulers The only legitimate use of history is to direct us how we ought to conduct ourselves as citizens, and how rulers and governors can most safely and successfully manage the affairs of the public, in all the varying events of political change.
  • flaws But, on the other hand, he who is aware of the flaws of the old Existential-form without having assimilated the Spiritual Substance which lies beneath it, is in danger of drifting from religion altogether.
  • rolls Most of the rolls were separate, but a bundle of eighteen was found "wrapped about with the bark of a tree, and covered at each end with a piece of wood."
  • rules His dinner, not to say any more about it, frightened me, for he was very strict in keeping the rules of his order, and this being a fast day, he did not eat any meat, and the oil was very bad.
  • riles
  • rows
  • relies
  • rears Here a railroad and the one through highway skirt the east side of the Amonoosuc river; while on the west side a level meadow extends about a half mile directly across to a range of low foot-hills back of which Mount Washington rears his immense bulk.
  • raps So saying, the old maid gave two little sharp and very imperious raps on the door, after which she resolutely entered the study.
  • roars
  • rams Your aunt means well, and if she pitches into us both-rams us, as you may say, Will, why, we know, eh?"
  • rags I have nothing on earth but the clothes on my body, and they are in rags.
  • lays
  • RADS
  • RAYS
  • CLAWS
  • LOWS
  • rills
  • absolutenesses
  • addings
  • addlebrains
  • unsacrificing
  • bendings
  • bombardings
  • counterstatements
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