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  • alt Chilblains may be mitigated by taking the tincture of this Agaric, and by applying some of the stronger tincture on cotton wool over the swollen and itching parts alt night.
  • chalet "The chalet stood alone.
  • Dealt 2114. You did not tell me before that was the way in which you dealt?
  • halt It didn't halt outside the ship.
  • hilt Then, drawing his sword, he struck the Gate of Paradise with the hilt.
  • Holt The girl is more Holt."
  • malt Even such old-fashioned Conservatives as old Mr. Peregrine, senior, have at length given up the custom, so we cannot, like Sir Roger, allow a greater quantity of malt to our small beer at Christmas; but we take good care to order in some four or five eighteen-gallon casks at this time.
  • salt Those who cure their own fish, whether they have advances of salt, meal, etc.
  • Shalt Thou shalt die, and the house of thy father."
  • Thad
  • thales Thales is said to have been able to calculate the returns of eclipses six hundred years before the birth of Christ; of course, he was well acquainted with the causes by which they were produced; yet his countrymen were always filled with superstition and terror on the event of an eclipse.
  • thalia Thalia, my beauty, behave like a good dog; come here, Euphrosyne, and don't be so silly!"
  • That Where's that going to be?
  • theft Theft is a common vice among these various criminals.
  • thole It was a four-oared curagh, and I was given the last seat so as to leave the stern for the man who was steering with an oar, worked at right angles to the others by an extra thole-pin in the stern gunnel.
  • thule Nerigon stands for Norway, the northern part of which is mentioned as an island by the name of Thule.
  • thwart Some one had thrown him a rope, which he had passed under his bow thwart and now held with one hand, while with the other he kept his distance from the tarry side of the ship.
  • tilt My topics were exhausted, and we rode on in silence, he sitting in front of me, his eyes now so completely hidden in the shadow of his broad-brimmed hat that I only knew they were fixed on me when some sudden tilt of the stage threw the light full on his face.
  • Walt
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