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  • adar The son and successor of this Tiglath Adar , Assurnasirpal, was the first whom we see again undertaking more distant campaigns; the successful results of which are the basis of a considerable extension of the Assyrian power.
  • add "Now violate Liberty, time being bad, To mail V.P.P. (rupees hundred) Please add – The Ballad Of Boh Da Thone by Rudyard Kipling
  • aid Whilst I alone did call upon thy aid, My verse alone had all thy gentle grace, But now my gracious numbers are decay'd And my sick Muse doth give another place. – Shakespeare's Sonnet LXXIX. by Unknown Author
  • art Inhuman man! curse on thy barb'rous art, And blasted by thy murder-aiming eye; May never pity soothe thee with a sigh, Nor never pleasure glad thy cruel heart! – Wounded Hare, The by Robert Burns
  • bad
  • bard I send you a trifle, a head of a bard, A trifle scarce worthy your care; But accept it, good Sir, as a mark of regard, Sincere as a saint's dying prayer. – Address To Wm. Tytler, Esq., Of Woodhouselee by Robert Burns
  • beard Oh thou, that swing'st upon the waving eare Of some well-filled oaten beard, Drunk ev'ry night with a delicious teare Dropt thee from Heav'n, where now th'art reard. – The Grassehopper. To My Noble Friend, Mr. Charles Cotton. Ode. by Richard Lovelace
  • board Chaste were his cellars; and his shrieval board The grossness of a city feast abhorr'd: – Absalom And Achitophel A Poem by John Dryden
  • cad
  • card Unskilful he to note the card Of prudent lore, Till billows rage and gales blow hard, And whelm him o'er! – To a Mountain Daisy by Robert Burns
  • chard
  • dad On this glittering morn of May?" "I'm going to join the Colours, Dad ; They're looking for men, they say." "But you're only a boy, Young Fellow My Lad; – Young Fellow My Lad by Robert W. Service
  • dear Whistle, daughter dear." "I cannot whistle, mammy, I cannot whistle clear." "Whistle, daughter, whistle; – Whistle (Mother Goose rhyme) by Unknown Author
  • fad Sometimes I think that sanity is just a passing fad. A man could go quite mad. – A Man Could Go Quite Mad by Unknown Author
  • gad
  • guard I agree with you that they are dangerous; but you know how to guard yourself.
  • hard And if I had told-Oh, you make it hard for me!"
  • hardy "Well, mother," said Jeff, still with something of his hardy amusement, "I hadn't been acting just right, and I thought I'd better tell Cynthy."
  • heard But it was not Crewe's voice she heard .
  • hoard He began to hoard , his pennies, and one day Uncle Carey found a pile of seventeen under a corner of the carpet.
  • lad There, my lad , go back to your place."
  • laird The Laird reckoned all foreign music-i.
  • lard You'm got to confess the Lard ."
  • mad "Now, don't get mad ," said Higgins.
  • naiad Tom Reese was a good friend, and a willing one, and his car had a tonneau capacious enough to accommodate the ex-naiad and her movable pool.
  • pad Mr. Romfrey raised the gun from his shoulder-pad, and grounded it.
  • qatar
  • rad Rad can come with him."
  • radar Wherever she went, powerful and efficient radar scanned and tracked her; wherever she went, excitement seethed.
  • sad Her life had been a sad one.
  • shard
  • tad
  • tar
  • tardy
  • tatar French etiquette could not decide whether the Tatar Prince was to receive the honours which belong of right only to the ruler of a civilized people.
  • tear
  • wad
  • ward
  • wyatt
  • yak
  • yam Each and all are thriving, but I can do no more than mention them, though I fear so short a reference will be considered scant courtesy to the active, pushing people who are laboring with such success at the development of Polk, Yam Hill, and Washington Counties.
  • yap
  • yard
  • yardarm It was his day off and the sun was over the yardarm .
  • yarn The newspaper yarn of Rusk's which had impressed Peter the most was about a man named O'Brale in San Francisco.
  • yaw
  • yea
  • yeah
  • year
  • yearn
  • years
  • yet
  • Had
  • Lardy
  • Ya
  • Yawed
  • Yawned
  • Yearned
  • Yer
  • Your
  • Yid
  • yurt
  • Baird
  • Dar
  • Hadar
  • yards
  • RD
  • YD
  • YODA
  • yakked
  • yapped
  • you'd
  • baaed
  • unamazing
  • earth-shaking Before Peter had completed six miles of his journey, the clouds rolled over, obscuring the moon, and an Australian thunderstorm came on with its mighty downpour, its blinding lightning, and its earth-shaking thunder.

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