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  • belle Perhaps I can help you better than Anna Belle." Not another Jazzy Belle Say is it so prey tell – Heart Don't by Gerald Levert
  • cell Otto lay upon the hard couch in his cell, covered with a shaggy bear skin. I build my lonely cell with secrets I can't tell – Nervous by Melissa Etheridge
  • cellar The cellar had a fit of the palsy, and the candle-light shuddered and flattened.
  • cello Marc Almond - Vocals, All arrangements, Song adaptation Annie Hogan - Piano on tracks: A1-A5,B1-B5 Audrey Riley - Cello, String arrangements on "The Town Fell Asleep" Martin McCarrick - Cello, Accordion Billy McGee - Double Bass, Oboe arrangements, String arrangements on "The Devil (Okay)", "If You Go Away" and "The Town Fell Asleep" Steven Humphreys - Drums, Percussion Richard Riley - Guitar Charles Gray - Keyboards Julia Girdwood - Oboe Gini Ball - Violin Maurice Horhut - Piano on "Im Coming" and "My Death" Technical Charles Gray - Producer, All other instrument arrangements Jim Toler - Engineer Johnny Deux - Cover Painting
  • fella A young fella will be laidin' an ould gray mare.
  • sale Not long ago our book-hunter witnessed the sale of a sixteenth-century folio Isocrates, bound in ancient green morocco, for seven and sixpence; and similar volumes are described continually in the modern booksellers' catalogues.
  • sally Sally keeps her thinking to herself."
  • scylla So the girls decided to choose "Miss Scylla," as they nicknamed poor Miss Betsey.
  • seal With a sigh, Mrs. Lee drew up the window-curtain, and in the gray morning light sat down to break the seal and read the following letter:- "Washington, 2nd April.
  • sealer
  • sell
  • seller
  • selma "She is probably just your age, and is named Selma," said Birger; and everyone laughed over his choice of a name.
  • sill
  • silly
  • slaw
  • slay
  • sloe
  • slue
  • solar
  • sole
  • stella
  • stellar
  • sulla
  • sully
  • Bella 216 Simonetta, La Bella, ii.
  • Celia And somehow, against his will, Bobby found himself cast in the hurry of the moment with Kitty instead of with Celia.
  • Della The Piazza della Signoria has such riches that one is in danger of neglecting some.
  • Ella So she consulted anxiously with her mother on the cost of food-supply, and was very firm with Ella in the matter of flour and eggs; somewhat to the amusement of both older women.
  • Ellie Ellie is very naughty, Mr Hushabye.
  • Sallie "Well, Sallie Carruthers will get him, and then there'll be a dozen more to run the measure over-children-hey?
  • sells
  • sillier
  • horrorstruck Horrorstruck at a scheme which appeared to him a thousand times worse than anything his imagination had ever painted, poor Henry stood in speechless consternation; while "Charming! Excellent! Delightful!" was echoed by the aunts, as they crowded round, wishing him joy, and applauding their brother's generosity.
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