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- scare still be room for air this boy is lost it's a rockin' double dare, he's out to scare that boy he don't know how to lose – Landslide by Unknown Author
- series "All right, then, call it a series of operations," the young man said.
- Carries However, the carries were an agreeable variety.
- Scarves With the Greeks Thyme was an emblem of bravery, and activity; also the ladies of chivalrous days embroidered on the scarves which they presented to their knights the device of a bee hovering about a spray of Thyme, as teaching the union of the amiable and the active.
- Sectaries Brown denounced the measure as a surrender to the sectaries.
- Cries Sire,' I said in a low tone; 'the cries of women in this part of your capital are too frequent to attract the least notice.
- Squires Those fat squires had heard nothing of Mr. Vernon, except that he would not have Laughton,-he had no acres, no vote in their county; he was a nobody to them.
- Scars Those who had survived the five long years of toil and snow and sun, and the bloody Sioux, and the roaring camps, bore the scars, the furrows, the gray hairs of great and wild times.
- secures Experience has proven that this not only secures durability and greater output per unit-weight of battery, but in addition there is eliminated a long list of troubles and diseases inherent in the lead-acid combination....
- scrapes The Admiral, who had never received a scratch, was not at all charmed with this view of naval duty; but he was too polite to enter protest, and only made one of his old-fashioned scrapes.
- scribes The marriage of M. de Chenonceaux rendered his mother's house still more agreeable to me, by the wit and merit of the new bride, a very amiable young person, who seemed to distinguish me amongst the scribes of M. Dupin.
- squares The frames and squares of the great window were a kind of image, for him, of a kind of failure.
- cares I ought to go to some quiet place away from people, with someone with me whom I care for and who cares for me.
- scares But the cold fact of how far away we must be by this time just scares the pants off of me.