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- irons Climbing-irons used to be sometimes employed for the purpose.
- series Probably had I an equally large series of the eggs of the present species, we should find that as regards size there was no perceptible difference between the two.
- siren So far from this being the case, however, not more than six men and half as many women, one with two sleepy, whimpering children, obeyed the siren call.
- sirius One planet belonging to Sirius has been discovered.
- strings "Also," she went on, throwing back her cloak, while she examined and tightened the strings, "I will confess that your guest is hungry."
- Syringes They armed themselves with two large-sized syringes used for showering potato bugs.
- Sprains While every one, with the exception of those in disgrace, of those who were ill, and those who were suffering from sprains, were being driven towards Saint-Germain, Malicorne smuggled his workman into the palace in one of M. de Saint-Aignan's carriages, and led him into the room corresponding to La Valliere's.
- Strains As I passed the Louvre I saw that the windows were bright with lights, and heard the strains of music from within.
- shrines The old battered lamp which hangs in front of these shrines is still kept lighted by some faithful hand, and in spring-time the children will often come and lay little bunches of wild-flowers on the ledge below.
- sires Soon Romulus attack'd them, and Rome's soil Was strew'd with Sabine bodies and her own: And impious weapons mingled blood of sires With blood of sons-in-law; yet so it pleas'd, War settled into peace, nor rag'd the steel To ultimate destruction; in the realm Tatius as equal sovereign was receiv'd.
- saris Captain Saris, writing from Japan in 1613, records a pathetic incident which is very suggestive.
- sirens "With thy dear face it is not so, Which, if once overcast, If thou rain down thy showers of woe, They, like the sirens, blast.
- signs Within ten minutes of leaving the town he discovered the first signs.
- grins On beholding a stranger the young gentlemen suddenly lost their voices, found their manners, and with nods and grins took themselves away as quietly as could be expected of six clumping boots and an unlimited quantity of animal spirits in a high state of effervescence.
- springs At Corvallis, throughout the summer months and till late in the fall, a daily sea-breeze springs up from the west about one o'clock in the afternoon, and continues till night closes in, and then dies off gradually.
- skins Clean white sheets had been draped over the skins of the couch.
- sirloins Rounds, ribs, and sirloins, he deplored.
- spins Dream of your mother, her watch gladly keeping, Smiling while the world spins round.
- sins Only grow old and gray; and then shall thy body bear its scars and thy soul its sins back to the old wife.