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  • cider Together with chapters by the Editor on the History and Cooking of the Apple and the Preparation of Cider.
  • dive And our story was something about a man named Daredevil Oliver that's doing a high dive at an amusement park down here.
  • sad She will be sad indeed.
  • sade I joined the party, and was made acquainted with M. de Sade, and after that, from time to time, I met them together, sometimes taking a meal with them in the evening.
  • safe He would be as safe there as anywhere I could think of.
  • said "I don't mean that," he said.
  • sd Henry Cranstoune be struck off the sd.
  • seder And yet he thought kindly enough of his father; admired the perseverance that had brought him wealth, the generosity with which he expended it, the fidelity that resisted its temptations and made this Seder service, this family reunion, as homely and as piously simple as in the past when the Ghetto Vecchio, and not this palace on the Grand Canal, had meant home.
  • side 8616. Do you get goods to the other side of that account too?
  • sidle "I'm kinder weakly," resumed tallow-face with a comical leer at Big Medicine; "wonder if 't wouldn't be kinder strengthnin' on me ef I'd kinder sidle up towards the gal myself?"
  • sidney "He gave it to me," Sidney explained.
  • sids However, research shows that opinions vary in the association between SIDS and co-sleeping.
  • sieve It is as if we held out a sieve for our great Marcel to pour gold dust into, and it nearly all goes before we can touch it. if you pour i'll be the sieve and i will filter just to live – Let Your Earth Quake, Baby by Thermals, The
  • sift
  • sifter
  • sit Now you are come, winds in their caverns sit, And nothing breaths, but new-inlarged wit. – The Triumphs Of Philamore And Amoret. To The Noblest Of Our Youth And Best Of Friends, Charles Cotton, Esquire. Being At Berisford, At His House In Straffordshire. From London. A Poem by Richard Lovelace
  • site Ain't no need to lose site She'll be holding the light, oh yeah Lost in the still of the nite Ain't no need to lose site – Lost by shaggy
  • sod That while my footsteps tread the flowery sod And the great woods embower me, and white dawn And purple even sweetly lead me on From day to day, and night to night, O God, – Since Thou Hast Given Me This Good Hope, O God by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • soft
  • staff The day before the disaster of Fisher's Hill I was ordered, together with another staff officer, to accompany the general on a ride to the front.
  • stave Those in Peterborough are formed of two hoops fastened together to form a globe and a stick or stave through the centre.
  • stiff I wanted him to play properly, and not be stiff and disagreeable and grown up.
  • stiffen Your ways seem to stiffen up some.
  • stifle She withdrew her hand, turned away, and for a moment or two her form shook with sobs she could not wholly stifle.
  • stove There is a shop on the ground-floor of No. 15, where ancient pieces of stove-pipe and a few fire-irons are exposed for sale.
  • strife There's no more strife between them than between the right hand and the left hand.
  • stuff "No; Dr. Maccanfrae is coming this morning and I suppose he will give me a lot of stuff, but it won't do me any good.
  • suede Lettice had seated herself opposite her father and busied herself pulling off her long suede gloves.
  • suite He lives quite openly at a small suite in the Savoy Court.
  • Cid What dreams romantic filled my brain, And summoned back to life again The Paladins of Charlemagne The Cid Campeador!
  • Sided A very one-sided one, I fear, but still-a bargain.
  • Steve "That's right," Steve agreed.
  • Sadie "Sadie, answer me just one question.
  • Sid "Give me one back, please," said Sid.
  • sides "Enough blood has been shed on both sides," he said.
  • SF SF Broadcasting sold its stations on November 28, 1995, to Silver King Communications (a group operated by former Fox executive Barry Diller, which otherwise consisted of Home Shopping Network-affiliated stations); Silver King later sold the four Fox affiliates to Emmis Communications for $307 million in cash and $90 million in stock on April 1, 1998 (Silver King, later known as USA Broadcasting, eventually sold its remaining independent stations and HSN affiliates to Univision Communications in December 2000 to form the nucleus of the present-day UniMás network).
  • DEF Main article: 2018 Advantage Cars Prague Open – Womens Singles Richèl Hogenkamp def.
  • DIFF where the "force" term corresponds to the forces exerted on the particles by an external influence (not by the particles themselves), the "diff" term represents the diffusion of particles, and "coll" is the collision term – accounting for the forces actin
  • SDI Burke was corporate secretary of security firm SDI Security, Inc.
  • SAFER "Wal, she'd be safer with me.
  • STE To see the sun rise from the top, travellers generally start at 11 P.M., and await the appearance of the glorious luminary in the chapel of Ste.
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