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  • bringing home
  • denaturants
  • dis-relish
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  • Summaries The history syllabus and requirements for University Local and other examinations have produced specially adapted text-books, in which facts and summaries have been arranged in order with wonderful care and forethought, to "meet all requirements"; but the kind intention with which every possible need has been foreseen between the covers of one text-book has defeated its own purpose, the living thing is no longer there-its skeleton remains, and after handling the dry bones and putting them in order and giving an account of them to the examining body, the children escape with relief to something more real, to the people of fiction who, however impossible to believe in, are at least flesh and blood, and have some points of contact with their own lives.
  • summarize I'll summarize those excess expenses: Bad debts..........................................
  • summarized His initial experiments may be briefly summarized as follows: Young heifer calves weighing 350 pounds at the start and as nearly alike in size and vigor as could be obtained were selected as experimental animals.
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  • Summers And in a moment, she to take her lips from mine, where she had let them to nestle very light, and did whisper mine olden love-name; and I then to look at her, and her eyes to shine as the olden stars that did shine in the olden summers.
  • summons The road was deserted, just as it had been on that dripping night when she had answered his summons to Tommy's sick bed.
  • sunrise With the sunrise came light and hope.
  • surmise Eleanor's surmise proved to be correct.
  • surprise I took you too much by surprise!
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