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  • seizure For this seizure of neutral territory he offered no excuse other than that the Beys, who were the real rulers of Egypt, had favoured English commerce and were guilty of some outrages on French merchants.
  • series You who have read this chapter have been looking with me upon a series of rapidly moving pictures.
  • Squires At the end of eight days he departed from Marseilles, he and his squires, and went so long by his journeys that he came into his own country, where he was received with great joy, as one who was a knight rich in land and chattels.
  • Seizures He made many seizures, and confiscated the hoards of a great many men who had influence with some of the newspapers; and in this way life in the State was made almost as exciting as the experience of the soldiers at the front.
  • Sutures It is always desirable that the outline of the horizontal section shall be smooth, flowing and symmetrical, and if there be any distinct sutures that they shall be shallow and broad; but the relative importance of this, and whether the outline be round or oval, is wholly a matter of individual taste.
  • sires Where the work is wisely done by the use of good sires, accompanied by the rejection of all inferior animals for future breeding, the progeny of beef sires may be brought up to the level of the pure breed for beef making from which the sires have been selected in four generations.
  • secures Now he has drawn up these in rank and file, His post behind secures him a retreat.
  • seizes Essie seizes it and kisses it, her tears falling on it.
  • censures The behaviour of these young men drew upon them the severe but just censures of the poorer class, whom they regarded in every way as their inferiors.
  • desires Miss Puss stood forward and said: "My Master, the Earl of Cattenborough, desires to state to your Majesty that there is no need of any thanks for such trifles."
  • satires These satires have been favourably received at home and abroad.
  • SPIRES We printed "The Spires of Oxford" a long time ago because it interested us exceedingly.
  • changeablenesses
  • home-cooking
  • illtreatment
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