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  • alamo When the Mexicans were first seen in San Antonio the defenders of the Alamo were thrown into a panic, for no one dreamed that enemies were in the vicinity; yet no one of the hardy garrison thought of flight, and after the first surprise was over, order was quickly restored and everything put in readiness for a bitter contest.
  • alarm What, an alarm so early?
  • claim "But-madame-you can hardly claim to know me well.
  • lam Would you like me to rip you up the back, or lam some of the dirt out of your hide, hey?
  • lima The Igorrots, whom I had less opportunities of studying, seem to be the descendants of the remains of the grand naval army of the Chinese Lima-On, who, after attacking Manilla, on the 30th November, 1574, had taken refuge in the province of Pangasinan, in the gulf of Lingayan, where he was a second time defeated, and his fleet completely destroyed.
  • loam After the roadbed has been thoroughly prepared, if made of loam or clay, it should be rolled and made as hard and compact as possible.
  • salaam That is good to hear, answered Mervyn, speaking in the Pushtu, Salaam, Sirdar Allah-din Khan.
  • vale Down in the vale the smoke-wreaths start, To softly curl above the trees; The fingers of a vagrant breeze Steal tenderly across my hair, And toil is fled, and want, and care!
  • valid The question was ancient but valid.
  • valise Quick with my valise.
  • valium
  • vela
  • vellum Besides the more complete copies mentioned above, various fragments have been preserved and some of these are on vellum.
  • velum
  • vial
  • vila
  • vim
  • Alma And furthermore, the cognizant eye of a Lucretian Alma Mater having seat so strongly in Victor, demanded as a right an effusion of the promising amorous graces on the part of the acceptable applicant to the post of husband of that peerless.
  • Val We went back to Breil, and on to the village of Val Tournanche, where we slept; and the next day proceeded to Chatillon, and thence up the Valley of Aosta to Courmayeur.
  • William
  • Velma
  • Vilma
  • Wilma
  • Valeria "I swear it," cried Totila, enthusiastically pressing Valerius's hand, "by the genius of Valeria I swear it!"
  • Voila
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