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  • Argon(Definition of argon)
  • The remaining barium oxide reacts with the formed aluminium oxide::3 bao + al2o3 → baal2o4 and the overall reaction is:3 4 bao + 2 al → 3 ba↑ + baal2o4 barium vapor is condensed and packed into molds in an atmosphere of argon.

  • Accost(Definition of accost)
  • People used to accost one another a great deal in polite literature.

  • Carson
  • "trevison's horse knockin' corrigan down was what started it, they've been tellin' me," said carson.

  • Assign(Definition of assign)
  • Honesty, moral conduct, industry, constancy of purpose, temperance in power, courage, and love of country: these virtues all belonged to robespierre; history confesses it, and to what favoured hero does history assign a fairer catalogue?

  • Arson(Definition of arson)
  • Both armies, prompted either by fancied military necessity or malice, burned or confiscated valuable forage crops and other stores, and nearly every locality, at one time or another, witnessed depredation, robbery, murder, arson, and rapine.

  • Axing
  • Cagney & lacey was canceled by cbs a second time in may 1983, but after almost a year of decreased buzz about the show, an ever-larger public outcry exploded upon the seriess axing.

  • Accordion(Definition of accordion)
  • Here, standing at the counter, or seated at numerous small tables, men were drinking villainous liquor, smoking and talking, and paying but scant attention to the strains of the fiddle or the accordion, save when some well known air was played, when all would join in a boisterous chorus.

  • Acheson(Definition of acheson)
  • Another young american enlisted into european service was mr. e. g. acheson, the inventor of carborundum, who built a number of plants in italy and france before he returned home.

  • Axiom(Definition of axiom)
  • It can be as little changed as an axiom of mathematics.

  • Acting(Definition of acting)
  • This must be a repulsive energy capable of acting through an utter void.

  • Alison
  • The last time she had given way and spoken of her fears to alison she had sobbed; but she shed no tears now-the situation was too critical.

  • Accuse(Definition of accuse)
  • What these beheld their outward rage suspended, and now no longer dared they to accuse the preacher of vile motives and his work abuse.

  • Addison
  • Or that of addison, who speaks of rochefoucauld "as the great philosopher for administering consolation to the idle, the curious, and the worthless part of mankind."

  • Allison
  • I was afraid there wasn't a word of truth in it," exclaimed mr. allison.

  • Auxin
  • Finally, the sum of auxin arriving from stems to roots influences the degree of root growth.

  • Vaccine(Definition of vaccine)
  • The "double a" vaccine-named for anderson and ardleigh-was given to every person and animal that could be reached, but it was only a small fraction of the population that survived.

  • Arcing
  • Around 20 seconds later, electrical arcing occurred as the balloon caused a phase-to-phase short circuit, tripping the line and causing the 3800 properties supplied by the clareville zone substation to lose power.

  • Casino(Definition of casino)
  • "no," mary replied, as they went down the steps of the casino.

  • Aquino
  • Exes baggage is an upcoming 2018 philippine romantic comedy film directed by dan villegas, starring carlo aquino and angelica panganiban.

  • Accusing(Definition of accusing)
  • Then he rose lightly again, and added, "you have no idea how unpleasant it is to lie awake all night throwing dust in the eyes of an accusing conscience."

  • Accent(Definition of accent)
  • The ends of the world with a scotch accent.

  • Jackson(Definition of jackson)
  • They promised that when jackson came, they would then come out and help to whip him.

  • Akin(Definition of akin)
  • There was something nearly akin,-very nearly akin,-to true love in his bosom as he thought of this.

  • Akron
  • The americans were the first fully professional ice hockey team from akron.

  • Again(Definition of again)
  • To-morrow come to me again.

  • Econ
  • In articles published in the econ journal watch, economist bryan caplan contended that voter choices and government economic decisions are inherently irrational.

  • Icon(Definition of icon)
  • 6 pt. 1 116. icon.

  • Acton
  • On one side shannon at back, amber the international at half, and aspinall, the international left-winger, were head and shoulders above the others; on our side, bourne and acton dwarfed the rest.

  • Auction(Definition of auction)
  • Such, however, is an auction, and on the present occasion it was a very animated one.

  • Acing
  • Norbury, played here by kerry butler, acing triple-duty with distinctive takes also on cady's earnest mother and reginas self-described "cool mom,"".

  • Accession(Definition of accession)
  • For some time after the prayer mccuaig lay with his eyes shut, then with a sudden accession of strength, he opened them and looking up into barry's eyes, said: "barry, i'm all right now.

  • Axon(Definition of axon)
  • A book about the making of the radio ballads was published on the fiftieth anniversary of the first broadcast of john axon.

  • Anacin
  • The makers of tylenol also filed a lawsuit against anacin aspirin maker american home products, claiming that the failure to add warning labels before 1986 had unfairly held back tylenol sales, though this suit was eventually dismissed.

  • Occasion(Definition of occasion)
  • E. e. wanted to sit opposite to mr. burke, and, seized with a fit of extra politeness for that occasion only, insisted on it that i should get in first-which would have brought me face to face with dempster.

  • Acorn(Definition of acorn)
  • The prince was delighted, for a dog that can be shut up in an acorn must be very small indeed.

  • Action(Definition of action)
  • Never does i witness action so sudden an' complete!

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