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  • Allots
  • But mingled masses are justly denominated by the greater quantity, and when the precious particles are not worth extraction, a faction and a pig must be melted down together to the forms and offices that chance allots them:

  • Allude(Definition of allude)
  • We will not now allude to the rights they then acquired to the country which is now pennsylvania and other states, because we are confining ourselves to what relates to the country of scheyichbi, the land where their eastward migrations ceased.

  • Alto(Definition of alto)
  • L'abate si chiamava chiaramonte, era del sangue disceso d'angrante: di sopra a la badia v'era un gran monte, dove abitava alcun fiero gigante, de' quali uno avea nome passamonte, l'altro alabastro, e 'l terzo era morgante: con certe frombe gittavan da alto, ed ogni di facevan qualche assalto.

  • Allowed
  • You must catch it-if you are allowed to.

  • Aldo
  • Wars of venice and ferrara-invasion of ferrara-lodovico sforza and alfonso of calabria come to the help of ercole d'este-peace of bagnolo-prosperity of ferrara, and cultivation of art and learning at ercole's court-guarino and aldo manuzio-strozzi and boiardo- architecture and painting-the frescoes of the schifanoia-music and the drama-education of isabella and beatrice d'este 27

  • Allot(Definition of allot)
  • We will allot to-morrow, for the punishment of the remainder if they do not change their conduct, but continue to follow the steps of the above mentioned.

  • Alloyed(Definition of alloyed)
  • Native gold: it is, however, seldom met with perfectly pure, being frequently alloyed with silver, copper, iron, or platina; sometimes concealed in other minerals; from which, if sufficiently abundant, it is extracted by art.

  • Aloud(Definition of aloud)
  • Towards noon the schoolmistress was hearing the class read aloud.

  • Lld
  • Prof alexander macalister frs hfrse fsa lld (9 april 1844 – 2 september 1919) was an irish anatomist, professor of anatomy, cambridge university, from 1883 until his death.

  • Lloyd
  • Lloyd came at once in answer to the detective's call.

  • All(Definition of all)
  • "all right," said whitwell.

  • Aloe(Definition of aloe)
  • -inflexibly succulent, as of the aloe or houseleek.

  • Allied(Definition of allied)
  • We already have the allied building trades.

  • Allow(Definition of allow)
  • It was stopping near the house-as near as blunderbore would allow.

  • Alford
  • Lady waterford recalled how lady marion alford had shown her that all the sheaves leaning towards one another were like hands praying.

  • Alloy(Definition of alloy)
  • Thus the first fears of the princes and cities caused them to depreciate their new money, and to make use of these verdicts in order to express their abhorrence-not of very old date-of the bad coin, and they forthwith had the coin stamped honourably of due weight and alloy, as prescribed by the imperial law.

  • Old(Definition of old)
  • "it's the old gentleman.

  • Ally(Definition of ally)
  • The french were able to send fleets unhindered wherever they wished; and when spain entered as an ally, in 1779, their combined navies swept the channel, driving the humiliated british fleet into port.

  • Alt(Definition of alt)
  • Madison is served by interstate 565, us 72 (university drive), and madison boulevard (alabama state route 20, and alt.

  • Ailed
  • He yelped so i had to see what ailed him, and that's how i saw the child what owned the animal.

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