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  • chert Since 1980, the chert has been examined by the University of Münster, and from 1987 by Aberdeen University, whose researchers confirmed that the chert was indeed produced in a hot spring setting.
  • debit Deliberation has its beginning in troubled activity and its conclusion in choice of a course of action which straightens it out. It no more resembles the casting-up of accounts of profit and loss, pleasures and pains, than an actor engaged in drama resembles a clerk recording debit and credit items in his ledger.
  • habit "It is known, that you have been in the habit of going every morning to Dalacqua's house; it is known that the young man often called on you; that is quite enough.
  • herbart The General Paedagogic of Herbart has its pendant in Hegel’s Philosophy of Law and of History.
  • herbert Sometimes she so extended his name that it became "Mister James Herbert Jeffries."
  • orbit The command to halt, turn around, and return to base did not come until their second hop had brought them into the Mars orbit.
  • sheet But one day when Standing Alone was going by with some girls, one of them recognized the sheet that I had on, and called out my name, and said that she believed that I was waiting for Standing Alone.
  • sherbet And ask her whether she'd like some sherbet.
  • shirt It really seemed as if the shirt-collar was alive, it always slipped away so when he thought he had it.
  • short In short, he wanted to talk.
  • Sheba She sent word to Elijah that he would be treated the same way on the morrow, and so Elijah fled for his life, and leaving his servant in Beer-Sheba on the southern border of Israel, he went a day's journey into the wilderness.
  • sherbets Good-by, perfumed sherbets and frosted beans!
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