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  • andrew Thus comes forth Shallow, and Slender, and Mercutio, and Sir Andrew Aguecheek.
  • endure That day will never be forgotten as long as memory and reason endure. What there thy bosom must endure. Oh! pardon that imploring tear, – Remember Him, Whom Passion's Power by george gordon, lord byron
  • entire He had previously walked its entire length and back again. I'm inside out entire Misery, harmony dusk till dawn right or wrong I'm a be keeping on Can't put out this fire – Keeping Me On by Stephen Simmonds
  • entree Entree of eels, 28 --- of mackarel, 31 --- of salmon, 29 --- of smelts, 30 --- of soles, 28 --- of whitings, 29
  • indra Of his being the son of Indra there could be no doubt.
  • inhere
  • under
  • underage
  • undergo
  • underlie
  • undersea
  • undone
  • undue
  • unsure
  • untrue
  • Andre Captain Andre assures me that 't is not in the least evil.
  • Andrea One of Andrea's acquaintances was Baccio Bandinelli, who, as he thought he could equal Michelangelo in sculpture, imagined that only a knowledge of Andrea del Sarto's method of colouring was necessary to enable him to surpass him in painting.
  • Indira Pocrnela burma (English: My Wedding Ring Turned Black) is the tenth studio album by Bosnian Serb singer Indira Radić, released in 2002.
  • Andrei Butcher of Rangoon: Sein Lwin (1923–2004), Burmese brigadier general and briefly President of Myanmar (Burma) Butcher of Riga: Eduard Roschmann (1908–1977), Austrian SS officer and commandant of the Riga ghetto during 1943 Butcher of Rostov: Andrei Chikatilo (1936–1994), Soviet serial killer Butcher of Samar: Littleton Waller (1856–1926), US Marine Corps officer Butcher of the Somme: Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig (1861–1928), British First World War field marshal Butcher of Uganda: Idi Amin (c.
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