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  • sachem Their principal sachem, Joseph Brant, or Thayendanegea, was connected by the closest bonds of friendship with the Johnsons, and the latter were staunch Tories.
  • sahib Cadman Sahib cleared his throat.
  • seam On taking off mine that evening, I cut them near the outward seam, and collecting all the buttons I could obtain, had them sewed on, and button-holes made along the Beam as near to one another as my limited supply allowed.
  • sebum
  • seem "What you have done may seem a light thing to you, Captain Brice," she said.
  • semi Toby, to be sure, was faithful enough, but then he was semi-civilised.
  • serum The tests are carried out with the serum from animals to be examined, only a teaspoonful of serum being necessary for the execution of both of these tests.
  • sikkim I, too, had observed apparently similar phenomena along icy streams in Sikkim, and around muddy buffalo-wallows in steaming Malay jungles.
  • skim And down went Archdale's and those of the two ladies with him as the sail was shifted and the boat began to skim the water before the breeze which freshened every minute.
  • slim "She came along while I watched-a tall, slim girl, plainly dressed in dark clothes, but with an air to her that would make you look at her twice, anywhere.
  • steam Then Adelaide can get up steam on The Wanderer and realize her dreams.
  • stem Judge Fulsom removed his pipe from his mouth, knocked out the half-burned tobacco, blew through the stem, then proceeded to fill and light it again.
  • swim You would swim about, whether you liked or no.
  • Him 9245. How did you happen to fish for him?
  • Selim Selim was very desirous to see and speak with the two brave men who unaided had crossed the tree-bridge in safety-a feat no stranger previously had succeeded in accomplishing.
  • proprietars
  • proprietary drugs