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- eyes While thus I mused, methought, before mine eyes, The Power of EDUCATION seemed to rise; – Lines written as a School Exercise at Hawkshead, Anno Aetatis by William Wordsworth
- hayes The same directory shows White as merely a clerk at Moore's place of business, although he was made a partner sometime during 1854. Cyrenius C. Bristol, whose business Moore took over, had entered the drug trade in 1832, initially in partnership with a Dr. G.E. Hayes .
- noyes Mr. Noyes made a speech, said love was the sugar to sweeten every condition in the marriage state.
- years How many days, how many years How many rivers of blood, sweat and tears? – How Many Devils? by Unknown Author
- yeats The issue of Samhain for December, 1904, contains a portrait of him by Mr. J. B. Yeats .
- yerkes Get some champagne, please, Yerkes .
- yes Let me know am I making progress You might wanna tell me no but your body is screamin' ah yes – What it Do by B5
- Yates Among his father's patients was a certain Mr. Yates .
- Dyes Dyes, fibres, gums may abound in the forests, metals and even gold may be concealed beneath our feet; but the governor does not consider it a part of his duty to prosecute the search, or even to render facilities to those of a more industrious temperament.
- yews It belonged to a low, dark house, which crouched behind a screen of yews .
- yells Above the turmoil of cries and guttural yells , even while he felt himself crushed at the bottom of that boiling mass, he heard the light voice of De Courtenay ringing clear in his whimsical farewell to Maren Le Moyne.
- yokes The rest of the work, so far as it is not taken from the tales of other travelers, is a diverting tissue of fables about gryfouns that fly away with yokes of oxen, tribes of one-legged Ethiopians who shelter themselves from the sun by using their monstrous feet as umbrellas, etc.