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  • cain And Jehovah said to the people, whosoever slays Cain, "Vengeance shall be taken upon him seven fold."
  • fain Tignonville turned sick as he listened, and would fain have closed his ears.
  • gain How otherwise does any man gain any woman's love?
  • jain Sangave, Vilas Adinath (2001), Facets of Jainology: Selected Research Papers on Jain Society, Religion, and Culture, Popular Prakashan, ISBN 81-7154-839-3  Sangave, Vilas Adinath (1981), The Sacred Sravana-Belagola (first ed.
  • main As we turned into the main road, riding slowly, I glanced backward.
  • pain The baby died after a few hours spent in terrible pain.
  • rain Blizzard, rain or sun, he came to the post office every morning those short winter days before it was light.
  • stain The blood-stain has been much admired by tourists and others, and cannot be removed."
  • tail I suspect that one or more might be all black, with perhaps a little bit of white on the tail.
  • taint The gigantic plan it unblushingly avowed was to exterminate Protestantism by fire and the sword from France; then to drown it in blood in Holland; then to turn to England and purify that kingdom from the taint of heresy; then to march upon Germany; and thus to advance from kingdom to kingdom, in their holy crusade, until Protestantism should be every where ingulfed in blood and flame, and the whole of Europe should be again brought back to the despotism of Rome.
  • tan Hassan drove between houses of faded red clay and tan stucco, unlike the modern apartments a few hundred yards back.
  • tarn You remember the tarn behind the inn?
  • thin By 55 all are old - most are bent and thin.
  • tin Then if any Mexicans- A step on the tin roof outside frightened me stiff.
  • train Stop the train then, and let me get off.
  • twain The night was rent in twain by a savage, shrilly sound that ran from end to end of Thornfield Hall.
  • twin Hav you a twin brother several years older than yourself?
  • vain And their waiting is not in vain.
  • wain Down the road comes heavily, creaking and swaying, a wain loaded with a huge tower of empty casks and drawn by two oxen, their heads swinging to the dust.
  • Lain I do think by something too she said to-day, that she took notice that I had not lain with her this half-year, that she thinks that I have some doubt that she might be with child by somebody else.
  • Taine It has been reduced to an absurdity by the abuse Taine made of it.
  • public-school No better test of the futility of the American public-school education can be seen than the average girl product of the public school of the lower class in a city like Chicago or New York.
  • tellin "You don' ketch me tellin her nuffin'," replied the old man shaking his head.
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