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  • alien It was curious how he had succeeded in bringing her to take an interest in things quite alien to her.
  • aline "I do," Aline said.
  • cline This had been urged by Mr. Cline, the family doctor, for the good of little Mary, who, during some years of her otherwise healthy girlhood, suffered from a weakness in one arm.
  • kline 2, 1st P. T. R. Title by Anch Kline, Co.
  • lane If in the country, it is the dance at the fair or wake, the interview in the church-yard after service, or the evening stroll in the green lane.
  • lien 10,981. And there was no security, no lien on the men's wages?
  • lin "A week come Monday," he informed the boy, "thar's a'goin' ter be a monstrous big speakin' at Marlin Town.
  • line 9799. Then you go with the line into the shop and get what goods you want?
  • liner The blunder has been passed on from one penny-a-liner to another, until at last it has crept into the pages of writers, on both sides of the Atlantic, who ought to know better.
  • ling Shot by a hunter’s ball; would at thy feet I fall, If but one ling’ring tear would dim thine eye.
  • lino I travelled for cork lino.
  • lone Not far from where she lay, so sadly lone, Her calendar, or "diary," was thrown; They let me have it when the law had read This plaintive, girlish message from the dead.
  • milne The late Mr Hay, Shethin; Mr Lumsden, Aquhorthies; and his brother, Mr Lumsden, Eggie; Mr Milne, Fornet; Mr Mitchell, Fiddesbeg; Mr Stoddart, Cultercullen; Deacon Milne, and Deacon Spark, took the lead; and to these gentlemen the credit is due for being the first to introduce a proper and profitable system of feeding cattle in Aberdeenshire.
  • sailing The wind blew it off without her stirring a finger to prevent, and Kent caught it just in time to save it from sailing away toward the fire.
  • saline Alkaline and saline-tasting substances are especially attractive to cattle having a depraved appetite and they frequently lick lime, earth, coal, gravel, and even the dung of other cattle.
  • salinger
  • salon The influence of the "Salon" in developing and stimulating the finest feminine talents has long been recognised.
  • saltine
  • sane He only said, as any cool and sane young man might say: How about after church?
  • sealing Of course an agent, when giving him an outfit for the sealing voyage, knew that nearly the same outfit would do for the whaling; but he cannot run the risk of giving that outfit upon one voyage merely, and therefore he cannot engage young hands.
  • seine Having been annoyed in a similar manner by the same dog, several times in succession, he watched the animal, when he observed him dip his paws in the mud on the banks of the Seine, and then go and rub them on the boots of the best-dressed people passing at the time.
  • selling He took up my head and broke his cane with it, calling me a thousand fools, saying the man was more just than to take anything but the right for it; but I was sure there was none of them right, buying and selling such dear pennyworths.
  • sin "You sin it in th' paper, I make no doubt, but yer can 'aave it from me to its proper purpus.
  • sine 285. Propterea huic urbi nomen Epidamno inditumst Quia nemo ferme sine damno huc devortitur.
  • sinew There was whisky, muscle, sinew, and fear behind the shot.
  • sing Every one sing for the grand old Seniors, Every one sing for the grand old Seniors, For they're not in the cold, cold world.
  • singe From them I procured some singe or army beef, and we halted an hour to rest the horses and eat our luncheon.
  • skyline At the skyline of an immense plain that stretched on our left, huge columns of flame burst heavenward, covered a moment later by dense black smoke.
  • slain With this composite army he gave battle to Arthur and his faithful British force, in which the latter were defeated and Arthur slain.
  • slice "I'm not an invalid, Knowlton," I protested, as he tried to make a slice of toast over a gas jet.
  • slide The girl fancied that she understood him, but she wondered how far it was significant that they should slide out into the flood of radiance together when he once more drove the light craft ahead.
  • sling "Sit down a minute or two, and I'll heave that log on to the sling," he said.
  • slink He would have shunned it, had he known how; but he knew very well that to slink home by himself would bring down upon him the wrath of massa at Mount Welcome-pretty sure to be accompanied by a couple of dozen from the cart-whip.
  • sloe Neither spoke, except that Fenwick said, "Look at the goat," until, after they had turned on to the chalk pathway, nearly dry in the warm sun and wind, he added a question: "Did you ever taste a sloe?"
  • slue Then Marigold and I will slue this one round, and then we'll send him a tow."
  • soiling The time at which the soiling is done, varies also with different operators.
  • solon If Solon belongs to Athens, Lycurgus to Sparta, Moses belongs to humanity.
  • spine Her spine was so badly injured that although everything possible was done for her at Guy's Hospital, whither she was removed, she died on the following Sunday.
  • spline He stared hard at the carpet in a distant corner of the room, then walked across and picked up a spline broken from a bass broom; brought it back to the hearth-rug; examined it with minute attention; then put one end between his teeth and began to chew it.
  • sullen The Swede began a sullen protest, but the proprietor shouted back to him, "You'll do this or leave," and walked in.
  • swine I've written to the editor and I hope I get that swine the boot.
  • Seiner 1916. Das Bachbildnis der Thomasschule zu Leipzig, nach seiner Wiederherstellung im Jahre 1913. Gemalt von E. G. Haussmanu 1746. A print of the renovated picture is at p.
  • Slinky She was thinner than ever now-the tall, loose-jointed "slinky" girl-her hair in its plenteous dark abundance was all of her that was not marked by the branding finger of death.
  • Sluing All the morning the gunners followed those orders blindly, sluing the hot gun-muzzles a fraction this way or that, making minute adjustments on sights and range drums and shell fuses.
  • Soling And he still owes me money for soling a pair of boots."
  • Sloan I ran my eyes hastily down the artillery assignments-Barry, Sommers, Fitzmorris, Sloan, Reilly.
  • Lina "Come with us, Lina," said Johnny.
  • Sloane She had arrived in London that morning, and had gone to Mrs. Grey's, in Sloane Street, and engaged a room.
  • Stine Sprague nodded curtly and strolled away among the tents, to be followed by Doctor Stine, a slender, pallid young man.
  • slings In some cases slings have been used.
  • soloing
  • CINE Te sientas enfrente y es como el cine todo lo controla, es un alucine – Abracadabra by Alaska Y Dinarama
  • zine
  • slime Slime Trench-Grass Bank-Gibbs' Corner-you will read of them all in their chapter in the War's History.
  • crosseyed
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