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  • Aconite(Definition of aconite)
  • Esophagus, inflammation of. -aconite 2x dil. if there is much fever.

  • Acquaint(Definition of acquaint)
  • On july 3rd, before setting out from alexandria, the french commander gave an order to his admiral, though it must be added that its authenticity is doubtful: "the admiral will to-morrow acquaint the commander-in-chief by a report whether the squadron can enter the port of alexandria, or whether, in aboukir roads, bringing its broadside to bear, it can defend itself against the enemy's superior force; and in case both these plans should be impracticable, he must sail for corfu ...

  • Agent(Definition of agent)
  • Therefore nobody wondered when captain salt paid her red-bearded skipper a visit that evening, on his way to the citadel; nor was the skipper astonished to receive a letter for the earl of marlborough's secret agent at ostend, and be bidden to leave the harbour that night.

  • Into(Definition of Into)
  • Into your arms in the boat?"

  • Ignite(Definition of ignite)
  • For some minutes the unhappy beings above thought that the straw, being damp, would not ignite so as to communicate with the wooden rafters of the floor which supported them, and hoped that they were free from danger; but the smoke which ascended soon, of itself, became intolerable.

  • Again(Definition of again)
  • 12,925. i suppose that generally you do get the cash again?

    And when all else is tried in vain See her sit down and weep again.

    – fragments by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Ain't
  • He ain't comin' back no more, but don't you worry.

  • Canto(Definition of canto)
  • It is to madame d'houdetot that lord byron alludes in a striking passage of the third canto of childe harold, beginning

  • Against(Definition of Against)
  • The attack against terrier farm was done by other warwickshire lads, who were very game after a long day under fire, but for all their spirit tired and cold.

  • Gaunt(Definition of gaunt)
  • The comparison between the oak and elm in the spring putting forth their leaves, and the gaunt, bare timber of the gibbet with its burden of dead human fruit is a highly imaginative and artistic piece of fantasy, though possibly a poem of villon's was in wilde's mind at the time of writing.

  • Giant(Definition of giant)
  • The old rocking-chair threw a giant shadow on the wall as it swung slowly back and forth, back and forth.

  • Gained
  • A figure of interest already, drennen gained double interest now.

  • Maginot
  • Compared with the northeastern maginot positions, the alpine fortifications made comparatively little use of retracting turrets, using instead concreted casemates in mountainsides surveying prepared fields of fire.

  • Aquino
  • In a speech made at the cavite state university which he brands as the "true state of the nation address", vice president jejomar binay elaborated what he thinks the problems the aquino administration did not address which includes the poverty, unemployment, issues at the mrt, and how certain disasters and incidents are dealt and managed specifically the 2010 manila hostage crisis, typhoon haiyan, 2013 zamboanga city crisis and the mamasapano clash.

  • Agents
  • But no one gained admittance to the villa except the agents of the police, who came daily to report the fruitless search; and the servants had nothing to tell beyond the bare truth.

  • Argent(Definition of argent)
  • The archbishop's seal and the captains coat of arms show their branch of the benson family arms were blazoned: argent, a quatrefoil between two trefoils slipped in bend sable, between four bendlets gules.

  • Aging(Definition of aging)
  • He was painted by the young sargent, of course, and by the aging whistler-you remember the butterfly's portrait of him in a yellow kimono leaning against a black mantel?

  • Quaint(Definition of quaint)
  • But here on the hill is our quaint little cottage, and in or about the cottage you will find a quaint little couple.

  • Agate
  • Lucy audley, with her disordered hair in a pale haze of yellow gold about her thoughtful face, the flowing lines of her soft muslin dressing-gown falling in straight folds to her feet, and clasped at the waist by a narrow circlet of agate links might have served as a model for a mediaeval saint, in one of the tiny chapels hidden away in the nooks and corners of a gray old cathedral, unchanged by reformation or cromwell; and what saintly martyr of the middle ages could have borne a holier aspect than the man whose gray beard lay upon the dark silken coverlet of the stately bed?

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