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  • acid-wash
  • seats Their kind friend Reuchlin had prepared the way for them; and when the assembly took their seats, a solemn silence ensued.
  • stage The Vicomte's gesture was worthy of the tragic stage-in France.
  • stake He is a stranger to me, you know; and, you see, my life may be at stake, as well as my means."
  • status Then her thoughts, errant, wandered half the world over before they returned to Siward; and when at length they did, and meaning to be civil, she spoke again of his acquaintance with Quarrier at the Patroons Club-the club itself being sufficient to settle Siward's status in every community.
  • stick "I'd rather be unhappy and stick to what I said.
  • stock Maybe then I could buy your stock."
  • stocks There is no doubt that Horbury had, for some time past, engaged in speculation in stocks and shares-none whatever!"
  • stuck Now you cannot possibly allow yourself to get stuck in your present position.
  • Seeds General Merewether, with kind forethought, had sent us some seeds, and we obtained more from Gaffat.
  • Shots Then a few shots.
  • Societies It is known beyond doubt that prisoners' aid societies in various European countries have been steadily shipping convicts to the United States.
  • Studies This book is the confession of a physician from the time of his early studies.
  • SITS Ingolf goes over to the arm-chair near the window, and sits down.
  • states Just a visitor in Saint Pierre-a woman from the States.
  • sets I may be hard to please; but it somehow sets one against a country when one comes home from a ride to find all the other occupants of the house one lives in massacred.
  • suggests It is an evil moment that suggests a thought like this!
  • stages I had only fifteen stages to do, and the road was excellent.
  • sites The morning was spent in seeking the old sites, and in the afternoon he went to the inn and found a good number of villagers in the tap-room.
  • shadows Shadows of figures passed across the field behind the robot.
  • sheets The cellar-master was sure that it was on sheets ruled like music-paper that Johanson was almost constantly writing, though they were locked up in his chest almost before they were fairly dry.
  • sides Besides, I see many bright sides to it all.
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