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  • being first
  • din And then came a voice, shouting through the din and the dark: 'Hey, there.
  • Ditching In the spring, when the bogs were thawed some depth, Sivert came down from Sellanraa to Storborg, to start a bit of ditching for his brother, and lo, Andresen himself went out on the land digging too.
  • han Mr. E. Han, La Grange, Fayette county, Tenn.
  • hen He had gone up to Farmer Brown's hen-house before dark.
  • hiding He felt sure that there must be the most splendid hiding- places, and it seemed as if he certainly must start right out to see them, for you know Peter is very, very curious.
  • hitting I fired, hitting the leader just where the neck sank into the chest; he fell dead.
  • HON This case was on trial before the Hon.
  • hun 9. White Hun silver piece.
  • Taine "We cannot imagine," says Taine, "such a great clearness.
  • tan Is it not so, Mr. Tan?
  • ten It is ten years ago since I left it.
  • Tiding Jay's treaty, arranged in 1794, with the entire approval of Washington, who thereby incurred the hostility of the anti-British party, was a mere temporary expedient for tiding over the difficulties between England and the United States.
  • tiepin
  • tiling Dined alone at home, and was glad my house is begun tiling.
  • timing The anthropologist, sitting in a chair beside the bed, was timing his pulse beats.
  • Timon Still, the son of Polybius might in any case claim two in his father's name; and his friend Timon-who had also provided him with suitable clothing-had gone to procure the tickets from the curia.
  • tin Are you going, Martin?
  • Tina Martina at once caused her son to proclaim himself sole emperor.
  • tine After a short tine of hurry the boy was ready.
  • ting "The story of Lao Ting-" began Kai Lung.
  • tinny By proper training, deaf mutes can now be taught to speak, though their voices sound flat and "tinny," like a phonograph.
  • tiny Not a little, tiny bit.
  • tiring I don't want her tiring herself out."
  • titan Then the man fell back and melted into the crowd; and whatever romance there was in his life, whatever sentiment he may have had, whatever poetry there was pent up in the heart of this great Titan, it found no other expression than this.
  • Tithing Wolvesey was his palace, and within its walls, now ivy-clad and crumbling to decay, he held his court, with three tithing men and a constable to assist him.
  • titian Titian painted his women with all their best points visible.
  • ton Mr. Marton was the immediate successor of Mr. Squeers, and they possessed directly opposite traits of character in their relationship to childhood.
  • Toni Has Toni never told you that I belong to the theatre?
  • train I'm going down by train, most likely."
  • tun Afterwards for to Tun it, you must let it grow Luke-warm, for to advance it.
  • turin They reached Turin on the 19th, and proceeded on the 22nd to Pignerol.
  • twain He was not aware of it, but his fingers were trembling as he took the cup in twain, and put the two tiny goblets on the table and filled them with wine.
  • twin It is the story of a painter, his wife and their twin children.
  • twine "Really, no, ma'am," said that lady, pausing in the act of cutting the twine that confined the book.
  • utahan
  • within Within the great house nothing moved.
  • Wuhan
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