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  • aloof I stand aloof and laugh at myself and you. Till cunning come to pound and squeeze And clarify,---refine to proof The liquor filtered by degrees, While the world stands aloof. – Popularity by Robert Browning
  • cell This dark, damp cell. Nas's raps should be locked in a cell It ain't hard to tell – It Ain't Hard To Tell by Nas
  • cello Bach Cello Suites, (2010), Zuill Bailey (cello) Beethoven: Zuill Bailey and Simone Dinnerstein, (2009), Zuill Bailey (cello), Simone Dinnerstein (piano) Russian Masterworks CD (Tchaikovsky/Shostakovich Concertos with San Francisco Ballet Orchestra, (2009), Zuill Bailey (cello) Piano trios by Schubert and Shostakovich, with pianist Navah Perlman and violinist Giora Schmidt, (2008).
  • clef
  • elf
  • golf When is our golf coming off, Miss Eloise?
  • leaf Nothing remained but to pack them in small cases, which had already been prepared from the leaf of a species of palm-tree.
  • loaf At six o'clock they finished the loaf that had been packed up with William Sleep's clothes, emptied the doctor's flask, and fell to discoursing for the last time upon religion.
  • pelf Or oily burgher dealt away his pelf?
  • sailor "Often and often, I have no doubt; every time you can willingly give up your wish to be a soldier or a sailor, or anything else you have set your mind upon, you will feel that pleasure.
  • sale I arranged with a junkman to buy them at quite a fair price, and, to my utter surprise, I got enough money from the sale of those catalogs to pay for the cost of the machine and a little bit over towards the advertising!
  • sallow Mrs. Livingstone and her daughters had called upon them, inviting them to spend a few days at Maple Grove, where they were to meet some other young people "selected from the wealthiest families in the neighborhood," Mrs. Livingstone said, at the same time patting the sallow cheek of Mabel, whose reputed hundred thousand she intended should one day increase the importance of her own family.
  • salon She was wont to make a pretence of reading as she sat in her retired corner of the salon; but Gustave had discovered that she gave little attention to her book.
  • salve Still it was necessary to salve my conscience before I possessed myself of Charlie's thoughts.
  • salvo Before the artillery could deal out a second salvo, the Royal Picts were over the parapet and in the thick of the Russians, bayoneting them as they stood at their guns.
  • scoff Some few go with the friends to see them off, Nor seek to hide their tears, though fools may scoff.
  • seal That is, it has a seal and a special officer to record its proceedings.
  • sealer
  • self
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  • Myself
  • Sal
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  • silos
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  • SOLS
  • CERF
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