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  • dawson Been here long, Dawson ?
  • dayan A Dayan is distinctly greater than a Shochet!
  • decision My decision had been taken so suddenly that I could not announce it to you.
  • diocesan Dr. Hellmuth was chosen on July 19, 1871, by a large majority of the diocesan synod to be Bishop Coadjutor of Huron, with the title of Bishop of Norfolk and the right of succession.
  • discern Occasionally he could discern somebody moving about, though there were not enough signs of activity to show the presence of many people.
  • doyen Le sieur Doyen offre cent francs pour cet oeuure.
  • taciturn Dumb, mute, silent and speechless refer to fact or state; taciturn refers to habit and disposition. The talkative person may be stricken dumb with surprise or terror; the obstinate may remain mute; one may be silent through preoccupation of mind or of set purpose; but the taciturn person is averse to the utterance of thought or feeling and to communication with others, either from natural disposition or for the occasion. One who is silent does not speak at all; one who is taciturn speaks when compelled, but in a grudging way that repels further approach. Reserved suggests more of method and intention than taciturn , applying often to some special time or topic; one who is communicative regarding all else may be reserved about his business. Reserved is thus closely equivalent to uncommunicative, but is a somewhat stronger word, often suggesting pride or haughtiness, as when we say one is reserved toward inferiors. Compare PRIDE.
  • tarzan So it is that, no matter how much of a brave and strong Tarzan one is, it is probably quite impossible to catch and butcher bovine animals and whales with one's bare hands.
  • tasman This ship was the Tasman , an American three-master, from Charlestown, where we were received with eager welcome and cordiality.
  • teasing This was so marked that the least attempt at teasing was enough to send me away in a state of misery.
  • teaspoon He gave me some pills or a bottle of liquid, a teaspoon ful every two hours, or something like that-I can hear the teaspoon rattle in the glass as I write.
  • tuscan Then I might have been enjoying life in my villa among the Tuscan hills with my daughter, instead of being exposed at any moment to march with the Legion against the savage mountaineers of the west.
  • tying Remove the leaves, and stuff the tomatas with the mixture, tying a string round each to keep them in shape.
  • tyson Nor was he without followers in his opinion; amongst whom here need only be mentioned Buffon, who in his Histoire des Oiseaux explains the Homeric tale much as Tyson had done.
  • Decaying Balaustion with her exquisitely human moods and progressive spirit forms the right complement to the decaying ideals of Aristophanes, and gives him the proper flavor of antiquity.
  • Decoying On the 7th of February 1798, the Spanish fleet were seen coming out of Cadiz, and, in hopes of decoying them into the open sea, the English fleet retired to Cape St. Vincent; but it was soon found that on the 14th the enemy had returned into port, being unwilling again to try the fortune of war with such an opponent.
  • Tallying At this O'olo's heart warmed, for it showed him how assiduous had been Evanitalina's counting of his imprisonment, for it was exactly sixteen days, even as she said, she tallying it every morning with a little stone; and it spoke to him better than words of the endurance and strength of her love, which, like his own, was as fathomless as the sea.
  • Tarrying At the age of eighteen he left home for Yale, where he spent four happy years, for the restraints of college life, though sometimes irksome, were preferable far to the dull monotony of his southern home; and when at last he was graduated, and there was no longer an excuse for tarrying, he lingered by the way, stopping at the then village of Springfield, where, actuated by some sudden freak, he registered himself as Harry Rivers, the latter being his middle name.
  • Tasseling We had not camped on the open coast as had been our custom, but in a sun-warmed meadow a few paces inland, where there were birds, and tasseling grasses, and all kinds of glancing lights and odors to steal into a man's blood.
  • Taiyuan W Taiyuan , 7000-8000 ft.
  • Staying That, at least, is one reason why I am staying at Bonavista.
  • Dyson The sun was sinking when she stole out of the garden with some flowers and peaches for Betty Dyson .

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