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  • aeneas This town contains the most ancient images and sacred things of the tutelary deities of Rome, and is the origin of the Roman people, being the first town founded by Aeneas.
  • ans
  • news Bad move; that's bad news How many times have I got to prove? How many loved ones have you got to lose before you realize that it's probably true? – Streets is talking by jay-z
  • onus He couldn't put an onus like that upon them.
  • under Regained cool peaceful air in wonder-- Why speak they not of comrades that went under? – Spring Offensive by Wilfred Owen
  • unease After 23 years of constant unease He thought a bullet would make 'em voices cease – Johnny B. Dead by THRONE OF CHAOS
  • uneasy Feel so uneasy I couldn't relax and just be me – Solid Love by Joni Mitchell
  • user I'm full of chips, you're my user You make me come on your computer – Robot Love by Lords Of Acid
  • Ens You cannot by any possibility cordialize with a mere ens rationis.
  • Ones I pass right through the nameless ones I know that hope's unknown Sometimes the water feels so real As I walk through it fills my lungs – Totalimmortal by Afi
  • Unless Unless Lord Jesus, You help me get my soul together in the process – Another Day To Run by Bill Withers
  • Utes These bands of Utes have no treaties with the United States: they receive no annuities, and but very little assistance from the government.
  • INS
  • Enos He first settled on the farm now owned by Enos Thayer, where he lived until 1808, when he exchanged his farm with Asa Thayer, another of the early comers, for the property at West Oneonta where the hotel now stands.
  • Inez Surely Inez could not be encouraging a secret intrigue!
  • Gunners In spite of the wild day, our flying men were riding the storm and signalling to the gunners who were rushing up their field-guns.
  • Ines
  • Angers
  • nears
  • enters A young Soldier enters.
  • infers Fourth, the climax of the argument is reached when the Apostle infers the endless duration of Christ’s one priesthood.
  • tunes Our fathers were simple-minded people, and the tunes fitted them.
  • liners I make no objection, I am willin' to pay all you ask, but I want to include all, for I intend to post a copy of it in the elegant cabins of each of our splendid New York Liners.
  • urns To their right, at the back of the house with its countless windows, was a grass plot bordered with old statues and ivy-draped urns; on their left everything was plunged in shadow.
  • uses "And so must I," said I, laughing as we both went out into the night, he one way and I another, to make our different uses of the moon.
  • augers It took five men twenty-five days to cut it through with augers and saws, and then they were obliged to use a great wedge and a battering-ram to make it fall.
  • units Voting must be a referendum either to the province as a whole, to the constituencies separately, or to local units of administration.
  • utters If I had not previously known him to be one or the most amiable men in the world, I should have soon formed this judgment of him, for every expression of his countenance, and every word he utters, give this impression.
  • burners In the centre of the wood they found a clearing, where the charcoal-burners had built their huts and plied their trade.
  • inns There are no inns to hire up there, no 'contracts' to sign.
  • inters
  • sneers At first his annoyance only took the form of addressing him with an affected deference as "my lord Beric;" but the discovery that, while he himself was unable to read or write, the young Briton was fond of study, and spent his spare time in the public libraries, afforded him opportunities for constant sneers.
  • users
  • owners
  • UNIS It is not convenient to be quite so far behind the rest of the world in such matters, as the Courier des Etats- Unis.
  • MINERS
  • Junes
  • knees
  • loners
  • ushers
  • unbars
  • dunes
  • runes
  • diners
  • runners
  • turners
  • caners
  • tuners
  • uppers
  • earners
  • accruings
  • afterwhile
  • backnumber
  • cop-out
  • cop-outs
  • coventries
  • depreciators
  • discomfitings
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