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  • aisle Joseph Rolfe was looking on from across the aisle, as if he wished very much to know what she and Henry were talking about. And the boys in the dancehall are rocking in the aisle The girls up front - they wanna see him smile – The Man With The Horn by Phil Collins
  • alga
  • allege
  • asl
  • easel As they walked towards the camp, Margery in front, and Martin behind her carrying the drawing-materials and the easel, Margery suddenly turned.
  • elegy Gray's "Elegy" will never be forgotten; for it has struck its roots deep in the national language and far down into the national heart.
  • elgar Isn't there a hope, Mr. Elgar, that this envy of which you speak will be one of the things that the upward path leaves behind?
  • elk You go pack in an elk."
  • fuselage In this type the fuselage is entirely enclosed, built with a hull much along the lines of the motorboat or hydroplane.
  • isle As the sun sank I caught sight of the smoke of your fire, and having been told that this isle was desert, my heart drew me to discover who had lit it.
  • islet The anchorage is on the south, behind an islet, I fancy?
  • oslo
  • salk
  • silage
  • silk
  • slag Why, a considerable part of its population is more barbarous, more hopelessly barbarous, than any wild race we know, because they are the barbarians of civilization, the refuse and slag of it, if we dare say that of any humanity.
  • sledge The sledge-hammer fist fell on the counter like a thunder-bolt.
  • sleek
  • slog
  • slug
  • sulk For if he does, I'll have to say 'no,' and then he'll go back to New York and sulk, and perhaps never come near me again, since he's so obstinate, while I want to stay friends."
  • sulky The second lieutenant, apparently considering that the lugger still had more hands than she required, now selected four additional men, who, evidently in a very sulky humour, obeyed his summons.
  • usage
  • useless
  • usual
  • Ursula
  • USMC
  • Alec Up steps Pat and Alec and friendly like does for him what he can't do for himself, an' gets the prize back.
  • Zelig
  • Olga In the first act, there is a students' picnic at which Olga and Gloukortzev, still full of happiness, are present.
  • isles
  • ISL
  • USCG
  • ESL
  • easels
  • bourgeoisies
  • law-based
  • three-panel
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