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- sideways I'm on switches for the riches as I sit sideways Put your body in a phase and your mind in a maze – Bounce And Turn by Lil' Keke
- stores Of course, all stores, shops and offices of every kind were closed.
- stress A cold, cold wind of necessity and stress blew upon her.
- Stories I looked up, and looked into the face of one of the few women I have met who make me believe in love stories.
- steers The steers had now scattered in every direction, and getting them into a bunch was no slight job.
- stews The food available in the backwoods of central B.C. didn't appeal to me because it was mostly canned vegetables, canned milk, canned moose meat and bear meat stews with lots of gravy and greasy potatoes.
- skewers And a book, positively a dirty book, where the clean skewers ought to hang!
- sewers During his previous confinement, he had filled the position of fireman, one of his duties consisting in the weekly flushing of the sewers.
- stares Upon Leslie, as son of the ranch owner, he bestowed several grave stares but no more speech than on the others.
- sterns Every now and then, when a swell and a lop came in together, their combined steady force and quick energy swept right up the beach, rattling the pebbles round the sterns of the boats.
- strays These poor waifs and strays, who were thankful for a few weeks' haven, would think themselves rich beyond measure if they owned one half the blessings she herself possessed.
- steppes "And we can't climb the Basalt Steppes, either-there's nothing to eat along them, let alone any water or cover.
- waterways I ask that the Inland Waterways Commission shall consider the relations of the streams to the use of all the great permanent natural resources and their conservation for the making and maintenance of prosperous homes."
- steeds "You had better see the commandant, who will judge what is best to be done," was the answer; and leaving our sorry steeds in charge of the soldiers, we accompanied the sergeant.