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  • athos Charles O'Malley, 75 Jack Hinton, the Guardsman, 75 The Knight of Gwynne, 75 Harry Lorrequer, 75 Tom Burke of Ours, 75 Arthur O'Leary, 75 Con Cregan, 75 Kate O'Donoghue, 75 Horace Templeton, 75 Davenport Dunn, 75 Jack Adams' Adventures, 75 Valentine Vox, 75 Twin Lieutenants, 75 Stories of Waterloo, 75 The Soldier's Wife, 75 Guerilla Chief, 75 The Three Guardsmen, 75 Twenty Years After, 75 Bragelonne, Son of Athos, 75 Forty-five Guardsmen, 75 Tom Bowling's Adventures, 75 Life of Robert Bruce, 75 The Gipsy Chief, 75 Massacre of Glencoe, 75 Life of Guy Fawkes, 75 Child of Waterloo, 75 Adventures of Ben Brace, 75 Life of Jack Ariel, 75 Wallace, the Hero of Scotland, 1 00 Following the Drum, 50 The Conscript, a Tale of War.
  • take Then she added, more gently, but still urgently "Do you take care of my father, and Philip, and of yourself.
  • task That task was left to Florence. A wise man said we all wear a mask At times keepin it on is too much of a task – Clothes On A Mannequin by joe budden
  • tax Even the odious lanthorn-tax was taken off, in honour of the peerless Chaoukeun, whose praises were celebrated by all the poets of the country, until they were too hoarse to sing, and the people too tired to listen to them.
  • teach But we should all take care to teach the world that poetry is a divine thing, should we not?
  • tech "You Stephen Alec! Don't tech that varmint ag'in! Yo' wan' to hev warts all over yo'?"
  • thick One weighing about 30 pounds is 16 inches long, 10 inches wide, and from 4 to 6 inches thick.
  • though And she half sighed, as though she almost regretted that a previous matrimonial arrangement precluded her from entering into the competition on her own account.
  • thus Would he thus get best leads?
  • tissue The process of cutting, however practised the operator, was tedious and uncertain, and it was almost impossible to cut a piece of tissue into a series of thin slices without losing or destroying considerable portions.
  • touch Was that a touch?"
  • tough She was going into a saloon hotel with a tough-looking young fellow.
  • twice I hear they've been to a lawyer twice, already.
  • ties Then she timidly took his hand and, as he permitted it, she held it firmly while she explained what ties had bound her to Wolf from childhood.
  • Took I took Miss Kitty in my arms and kissed her."
  • These All these young midshipmen were on duty.
  • This This was a woman.
  • Those Those near them heard and laughed.
  • Taxes At the reply the inspector of taxes bowed profoundly, and signed to the Spanish officer behind him.
  • Toys "I'm tired of my toys.
  • takes This point seems almost too elementary to mention, but I have yet to find anyone who, in comparing the two situations, takes it into consideration.
  • tasks Possibly because he thought that he discovered in me a talent for poetic expression, he showed me unusual favor, even read his own verses aloud to me, and set me special tasks in verse-writing, which he criticised with me when I had finished.
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