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- behave I doubt whether any other young man of his age would behave as well.
- have Did he have this?"
- heave The gas had not been properly turned off, and a dead, sickly odor filled the room, making Andy heave as he hastened to open the window, and admit the fresh, pure air.
- heaver He must have joined action to word, and have seized Van Klopen by the collar to thrust him into the hall, for Pascal heard a sound of scuffling, a series of oaths worthy of a coal-heaver, two or three frightened cries from the baroness, and several guttural exclamations in German.
- heavy Besides, I'm too big and heavy.
- mohave I have found these same rabbit-skin dresses in use by Mohave and Yumas within the past three or four years.
- thieve Instinctive, habitual thievery lashed into lads, even unto death, 323 B. C. would necessarily carry with tremendous pertinacity; probably not unto this year of our Lord, but possibly so. It is given to no man to declare unequivocally that an intrinsic Greek thief of to-day is not, as to natural tendency to thieve, more or less the product of certain lads whom the authorities of ancient Sparta sped on their thieving ways.
- thrive Believe me, dearest Father-such you are- 500 This driving of the herds is none of mine; Across my threshold did I wander ne'er, So may I thrive!
- they've Here's these two that's just come in, and they're just afther tellin' me that they've been at the O'Briens' house this evenin', and there they heard talk betune the O'Briens and the Sullivans, and it's all decided that both the O'Briens and the Sullivans is goin' to the States.
- lean-tos This was laid on sloping ground a little lower down than the lean-tos.
- anti-islamic The many-sided life of the Moslems under aEuro~AbbAisid rule may be studied in a copious literature which exhibits all the characteristics of the age; but of contemporary documents illustrating the intellectual history of the early Islamic period comparatively little has been preserved, and that little, being for the most part anti-Islamic in tendency, gives only meagre information concerning what excites interest beyond anything else-the religious movement, the rise of theology, and the origin of those great parties and sects which emerge, at various stages of development, in later literature.