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  • dark It was really this one dark girl who said most of the mean things.
  • dirk In fact, after she suggested this, she and all her friends called me nothing but Dirk.
  • dork "'There's no use going there,' said the captain,-his name was Dork,-'there's nothing on that blasted bit of rock for you to see.
  • edgar Another great writer, Edgar Poe, admired it no less, for he says of the work: "I have lately read it with deep interest, and derived great consolation from it also.
  • hedger I Don Hedger had lived for four years on the top floor of an old house on the south side of Washington Square, and nobody had ever disturbed him.
  • stark We lost nothing by so doing, as for some hours it was a stark calm.
  • steak I wish I had something to eat and drink; what a fool I was to leave that piece of steak at breakfast.
  • tack 8919. Have you a written tack?
  • teak One corner was occupied by a desk of carved teak inlaid with mother of pearl, a veritable treasure which Kingsnorth had given to Charlotte as a wedding present.
  • thank "Thank you, I don't think there is anything.
  • theater Then he laughed behind his hand, and said that she was probably the only respectable woman and virtuous wife in the whole of the theater.
  • theatre Essays on the Theatre from Eighteenth Century Periodicals.
  • theta Search near Theta Centauri."
  • thick The next thing I remember there was a thick mist round the ship; and then all the noise was shut off, as if it were all the other side of a door.
  • thud Kurt heard the thud of a bullet striking some one near him.
  • thwack Neither, however, made any attempt to escape, knowing as both did, that the slightest movement in that direction would cost them a "thwack" from a stout cudgel-an additional implement carried in the hands of Quaco.
  • turk "She's as jealous as a Turk," said Chumbley to himself; and he tightened his lips to keep from indulging in a smile.
  • Theodore The Queen, who had explained her symptoms with great clearness, objected the opinion of Sir Theodore Mayerne that such remedies were dangerous to her constitution, adding, laughing, that an old gipsy woman in England had once told her that she would never die except of a grain.
  • Theodoric It bears a general similarity to the Ravenna book-press, as might be expected, when it is remembered that Cassiodorus held office under Theodoric and his successors, and resided at Ravenna till he was nearly seventy years old.
  • Theodora Marriage of Theodora, The.
  • Thad No more was said on that subject, though afterwards Thad had it brought to his attention again, and in a peculiar way at that.
  • theaters If he takes no interest in health administration; if he overlooks unclean milk or unclean streets, open sewers, and unsanitary school buildings, street cars, churches, and theaters; if he does not help the health board, the public hospitals, the schools, the factory, and tenement departments enforce sanitary laws, he is derelict as a citizen and as a member of an "exalted profession."
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