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- cuon The first place I give to the Cuon Bansu, or Pariah Dog of India, which seems allied to both the Wild Dog, the Wolf, and the Jackal.
- same I began my studies at Edinburgh, and was sent to Paris to complete them, It so chanced that there I lodged in the same house with an artist named Auguste Duval, who, failing to gain his livelihood as a painter, in what-for his style was ambitious-is termed the Historical School, had accepted the humbler calling of a drawing-master. That you're really different but you're just the same If you're really mindless then there is no way that I can win Maybe you're just one of them or maybe it's just a game – Yurf Rendenmein by Afi
- season In most of that portion of the Union north of 40 deg., the washing is performed from the middle of May till the first of June, according to the season and climate. So I heard you're moving out next season I say: "Yeah, New York is nice that time of year Almost as green as it is here" He says: "I thought you were moving to Sweden?" – A Postcard to Nina by jens lekman
- seem Odd as it may seem , these are matters which are not without significance for the physical well-being of a prospective mother. Ya nah mean? and everything ain't what it seem Ya nah mean? and don't play that game, without your team – TROUBLE by lil wayne
- seen No, she had not seen Mr. Gray since they had lost their fortune. Prettiest girl I've ever seen Who killed Tangerine? – Who Killed Tangerine? by tears for fears
- some Very soon the Chinese died from some unknown cause and the Living Buddha returned to his comfortable capital.
- someone Woman i need someone, can't be just anyone – Highway Hard Run by April Wine
- son I see the Robe -- I look -- I hope -- I fear -- but there is one Who will direct my troubled mind; Christ's Mother knows her Son . – The Robe of Christ by Joyce Kilmer