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- shoes no shoes The Brazos she's running scared She heard the news Walk through the bottomland without – Walk Through The Bottomland by Lovett Lyle
- Chops No doubt the lamb chops in Smith's Caff are often very much the same, nowadays, as the lamb chops of the Mariposa House or the Continental.
- Ships Do you have many ships which pass this way?
- shapes Only after seven years might they return home and resume their former shapes, if they were still alive."
- showers I know it, for this branch of the business was handed over to me, of course as adviser to the Abati captains, and on several occasions, when riding round the villages on the shores of their beautiful lake, we were met by showers of stones, and were even the object of active attacks which had to be put down with bloodshed.
- hopes Like so many other hopes, Ruth, it has gone out in darkness.
- shores For we had reached the eastern shores of Tchaun Bay, and this was where we should have found a Tchuktchi village.
- shops She walked slowly along, up one street and down another, looking into the shops.
- shippers The shippers who lost the money will have to know that it has been recovered."
- hoppers Some duck growers prefer to mix the sand in the feed rather than to provide it in hoppers.
- shoppers We have had some fun, but now we must get ready to be looked at by the shoppers.
- sharpers "And the next time you take the name of Adolph Meyer," he shouted, "make sure first he hasn't a friend on board; some one to protect him from sharpers and swindlers-" Talbot turned savagely and then shrugged his shoulders.
- choppers They use no spade or hoe to turn up the earth, but cut the soil with their choppers, and throw up the mould with their hands.