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  • bathroom She shut her eyes and forced them back, then went dejectedly down the hall to the bathroom to lave her flushed face and aching eyes.
  • thrum Tall well-made men are occasionally seen; but these almost invariably show decided traces of a Papuan or new Guinea origin, being easly distinguished by the "thrum" like appearance of the hair, which is of a somewhat reddish tinge, occasioned no doubt by constant exposure to the sun and weather.
  • washroom But on one trip, by standing up the fishermen in the washroom as if they were bunches of asparagus, she had taken three hundred passengers.
  • waveform The Lown-Berkovits waveform, as it was known, was the standard for defibrillation until the late 1980s.
  • withdraw "I must ask you, sir," the stranger spoke very clearly, "to withdraw every word that you have said concerning Mrs. Richard Maule.
  • withdrawn Then Harry King turned and gazed in the big man's eyes, and as he gazed, the withdrawn, inward look left his own.
  • withered Although no tears rose to her eyes, the withered face trembled in her agony, and her clasped hands shook in the suffering of her sorrow.
  • withering You may forgive the man who has rivalled you in love, the banker whose "smash" has engulfed all your fortune, the violent political antagonist who has assailed you personally, and in the House, perhaps, answered the best speech you ever made by a withering reply.
  • wolfram Wolfram, looking anxious, went to Elizabeth and led her to her uncle; then the supper signal sounded and the buzz and struggle became tremendous.
  • From A flourish from the band and Leo came running out.
  • Withdrew "This gown," she pointed to the pink one, "is mine, and this one," she withdrew her arm, and lifting the blue cloud held it out to Constance, "is yours."
  • Winfred But the knife never fell, for from the silent avenues of the dark forest came the good Saint Winfred and his people.
  • Wilfred But listen also to the poor victim, Mr Wilfred Blunt, M.P., and what he has to say in the "Contemporary Review."
  • withdraws 340, 341; withdraws from public life, viii.
  • Winfrey The later meetings were addressed by Mr. George Nicholls, M.P., Mr. R. Winfrey, M.P., Mr. H. A. Day and myself.
  • flower-whorls
  • single-layered

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