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  • accept offer
  • acceptings
  • adiamorphic
  • adieuxes
  • am ambitious
  • am an adjunct
  • am an adjunct of
  • am an element of
  • am and up
  • am angry
  • am announced
  • am answerable for
  • am antsy
  • am anxious
  • am apathetic
  • am applicable to
  • am appreciative
  • am contrite
  • am devoted to
  • am discordant
  • art related
  • ceres Thus, in the Pardon of St. Anne d'Auray, which extends over three days, there is a torch-light procession at night under ecclesiastical sanction; as in the Ceres Mysteries, wherein the neophytes with torches kindled sought all night long for Proserpine.
  • cerise "And it means that you can keep the old house, Cerise," she exclaimed, triumphantly, "and we can be together part of the year anyway!
  • cooling off periods
  • countersteps
  • cutting close
  • de generation
  • de-based
  • delivering talk
  • earns wings
  • eris His, operose puer, si qua fata aspera rumpas, Tu rixator eris.
  • fronting for
  • good opinion
  • having crack
  • having crush on
  • holding head high
  • hushes one's mouth
  • hushing one mouth
  • hydro lysates
  • i q
  • ice out
  • illfed
  • in line fire
  • osiris 'By the wit Osiris gave me!
  • sari "After the clouds that partially obscured the sari on the morning of the 7th had passed away, I observed that though the atmosphere was hazy, and the sky by no means blue, there was an unusual stillness and freedom from agitation in the air, so that the outlines of the spots on the sun were clearly defined in the small Dolland telescope that I had under my charge, and this satisfactory condition of the air for telescopic observation continued until after the end of totality.
  • saris But at last groups of women appear out of the darkness, bareheaded save for flower-wreaths and a few gold ornaments, their saris wound tightly round waist and shoulder.
  • SARS Pale gold against the eastern sky, with the mangled remains of trees and houses, which was once Le Sars, on its left.
  • sears I am also greatly indebted to Mr. Sears Gallagher, the brilliant young South Boston artist, and to the veteran photographer of Boston Highlands, Mr. W. H. Partridge, for many courtesies in connection with the illustrations which illumine these chapters.
  • seas With a fair wind, we cut tumbling seas of ebony with a racing dash.
  • SEERS Under certain inexplicable conditions, normal persons who are not seers may observe Nature's mental records like pictures cast upon a screen-often like moving pictures.
  • sees D'yer think 'e sees us?
  • semis Now the street widened into eight traffic lanes and the big semis joined the procession on the edge of the downtown area.
  • Serbs We have 125 patients in the hospital, thirty-seven soldiers as orderlies, Austrians and Serbs, and fifty-nine of our own staff.
  • sere She watched the trees go sere and bare, and calculated on the progress of the farmwork.
  • serfs But although revolutionary and socialistic principles may have been very considerably entertained by the nihilists from the first, there was no practical revolutionary or socialistic organization before the emancipation of the serfs.
  • serials It republished as serials such standard works as John Mitchel's Apology and an authorized translation of D'Arbois de Jubainville's Irish Mythological Cycle.
  • series He knew that such a journey would be a series of terrible hardships for Nell and full of new dangers, but he realized that they could not remain all their lives on Mount Linde and it was necessary to start soon on the journey.
  • serif New Zealand stamps overprinted "Samoa" in sans-serif type 2mm.
  • serious He was in a high rage, and he meant to do Leo a serious injury if such a thing was possible.
  • serous In the abdominal cavity tubercles may be found, both in the organs and on the serous membranes covering them.
  • serums Serums and vaccines have also been prepared and sold as cures and preventives, but the work is still considered in the experimental stage.
  • sews Two men can work a harvester, one driving the machine while the other removes and sews up the bags.
  • sierras At all events, it was a pleasanter place to be in than any icy pass among the Mexican sierras, and his thoughts were at liberty to come back to his present situation.
  • sires Of their pluck, mettle and speed there could be no doubt, but they did not have the bottom of the bay colt, whose sires were famed for their endurance.
  • sirius We're going farther, to Sirius.
  • SIRS It is a letter which was written by me to the other members of the company, and it is dated 29th January 1870. It is as follows: 'Dear Sirs,-I have often spoken to you about adopting a cash system in all our dealings with the people but none of you seemed to think it would do.
  • sis "I know just how you feel, though, Sis," confided Roger when his mother had gone into the house.
  • sores These wounds inflicted beneath the water sometimes entail serious consequences, creating painful sores which last for weeks.
  • stirs "Upon my soul, Miss Moreto," said the usually level-headed Captain Franklin, "your zeal stirs me so that I find myself wishing every moment I was fighting on your side."
  • unattachable
  • Zeros But gambling was the chief attraction, and it seemed to be fair, for cheating is clearly superfluous with three zeros!
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