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  • scottish The Scottish bachelor had turned this little house over to the child Carlin years ago, as eagerly as his entire establishment now.
  • seats The officers rose in their seats.
  • shades Mr. Sapsworth turned several shades whiter.
  • sideways By the light of a flaming match, Marche glanced sideways at him as he drew his pipe into a glow once more, and for an instant the boy's gray eyes flickered toward his in the flaring light.
  • sixties Not that he will have to wait for the fifties and the sixties.
  • sketch She was going to Billy's to fetch that sketch on the morrow; she would like to see Billy deny it to her!
  • stack When the herd were foddered from the stack or barn, or fed with pumpkins in the fall, she was always first served.
  • stacks One of these was, "Don't climb on the feed stacks."
  • stage In his life it had been, perhaps, necessary as a stage through which experience must lead him.
  • stake Meanwhile our Financial Stake in the Great Struggle is secure.
  • stakes But your telling me that you threw it all over-that little home out there, and a man that was driving down deeply the stakes of his home-threw it over because the black spot from his collar button made you feel hysterical-Oh, I tell you there is a grin through the scheme of things.
  • static So that an explosion bears some analogy to life, only it is quickly over and the static state of the elements is restored.
  • status Again they were pushed down into second-class status.
  • stays "Then right here he stays," he said heartily.
  • steak Well, then, you can have steak or chops and baked potatoes.
  • stick Mr. Dacre held his stick in front of him and leaned on it.
  • sticky Both children had a horror of anything sticky, and would refuse jam unless it was "well covelled in a sangwidge."
  • stock At the end of the week they had, without knowing it, bought every share of Mason's stock."
  • stocks Besides, he had stocks and bonds, to which he himself attended.
  • stuck Father insisted on calling me that and-it stuck.
  • suitcase What about your suitcase?
  • swedish We learn from Olaus Magnus, that spirits, somewhat similar in their operations to the Brownie, were supposed to haunt the Swedish mines.
  • switch A switch from the Oregon and California Railroad runs from the main line to the mills on the other side, and is proving an immense convenience to the city generally as well as to the mills.
  • Seeds She was always very delicate, but no one detected in her the seeds of consumption.
  • Shots When gen'lemen makes wery long shots, they don't get asked again!
  • Societies The mother had done nothing to interest her daughter in the church, only now and then did she attend Sunday-school; friends were entertained Sunday evening, so she had no connection with the young peoples' societies of the church.
  • Studies Shall he give up his studies as I did, and become an actor?
  • SITS However, no gentleman sits beside a lady in driving unless he is her husband, father, son, or brother.
  • sketches Shall you be able to do it from the sketches?
  • sticks "The candle and the match-sticks count for little," said Ashton-Kirk.
  • states "It might do in the States, but it won't do over here.
  • sets Each volume handsomely illustrated, and complete in itself, or in sets in neat boxes.
  • suits The seaside suits me.
  • suggests "Every woman suggests a flower.
  • stages And whatever be the stages of that process the main lines admit of no question, nor is there any question as to the nature of the conditions that brought the gods into existence.
  • sites Here we became aware that we were gazing at one of the finest sites that man has ever known for the purpose of mutual destruction.
  • statues Dr. Vaughan said a few quiet words to Henry, and the two strangers stood "at ease," looking as indifferent as statues.
  • scouts This had been ascertained by interested scouts.
  • suites Careful hands had embroidered, in the fine exquisite work of former days, marvellous coverlets and hangings, which still adorned the long suites of empty bedrooms.
  • shadows Oh, man, man, man, don't let wretched shadows stand between you now.
  • sheets Besides, there were no sheets put up at the windows, as there should be in a house of mourning.
  • sights I want to see the sights of London Town."
  • sides Which only shows how useful it may be for any man to have two sides.
  • shoots His work and his objects had become real to him, ambition had taken root and begun to push out little upward shoots.
  • statutes In this it is said that during the eleven years immediately after His death Jesus instructed His disciples so far as "the regions of the first statutes only, and up to the regions of the first mystery, the mystery within the veil."
  • steaks
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