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  • Conqueror(Definition of conqueror)
  • Strike, then, thou unknown conqueror.

  • Cancun
  • The series was renamed sex games: cancun.

  • Concurs
  • (world cocoa foundation provides significantly lower figures for indonesia, but concurs that it is the largest producer of cocoa beans outside west africa.

  • Inquiry(Definition of inquiry)
  • Now when this good company had assembled at serrance and told each other their misadventures, the waters on inquiry seemed to be out more widely and more dangerously than before, so that it was impossible to think of going farther for the time.

  • Inquire(Definition of inquire)
  • We inquire almost in vain for travelers' notes on the pyrenees.

  • Conjurer(Definition of conjurer)
  • The conjurer was pushed nearer and nearer to the water by the angry and noisy crowd.

  • Nacre(Definition of nacre)
  • Sinecure(Definition of sinecure)
  • Concourse(Definition of concourse)
  • The garden of the tuileries was filled with the tumultuary concourse.

  • Conquers
  • Let us enter the little temple, where beauty is high priestess and conquers death by perpetuating the forms of noble humanity.

  • Enquirer
  • Enquirer cannot do better than follow the directions for the paper process given by dr. diamond in our last number.

  • Conjure(Definition of conjure)
  • To use a worn out, though expressive phrase, he stirred heaven and earth to get better tea; but the spell to conjure it forth was wanting.

  • Concur(Definition of concur)
  • Modern writers on the phenomena of sleep, usually concur in the assertion that man's sleeping thoughts are meaningless, and that dreams are, therefore, untrustworthy.

  • Inquirer(Definition of inquirer)
  • It is when we consider what he directed the inquirer to search for that we see why so orderly a method was little likely to be fruitful.

  • Concurred
  • "paoli," observed bonaparte, "was a great man; he loved his country; and i will never forgive my father, who was his adjutant, for having concurred in the union of corsica with france.

  • Configure(Definition of configure)
  • Although there are many software packages such as kernel modifications, pvm and mpi libraries, and configuration tools which make the beowulf architecture faster, easier to configure, and much more usable, one can build a beowulf class machine using a standard linux distribution without any additional software.

  • Manicure(Definition of manicure)
  • You were so likely to return to biscuit or orange or ammonia and find the harem had run out on you, bobbed its hair and got jobs as manicure girls in constantinople.

  • Juncture(Definition of juncture)
  • At this juncture mr. wells and heckewelder came out of the adjoining cabin.

  • Conquer(Definition of conquer)
  • He found means to conquer normandy by the help of france, and to conquer france by the help of normandy.

  • Conakry
  • Cleveland, england, united kingdom conakry, guinea fier, albania since 2006 gdańsk, poland since 1990 heidenheim, baden-württemberg, germany holon, israel ibadan, oyo, nigeria klaipėda, lithuania since 1992 lima, peru ljubljana, slovenia miskolc, hungary rouen, normandy, france since 2008 segundo montes, morazán, el salvador since 1991 taipei, taiwan vicenza, veneto, italy volgograd, russia since 1990 west mayo, connacht, ireland since 2003 in addition, northeast ohios jewish community has an unofficial supportive relationship with the state of israel.

  • Chancre(Definition of chancre)
  • Primary inoculation tuberculosis (also known as "cutaneous primary complex," "primary tuberculous complex," and "tuberculous chancre") is a skin condition that develops at the site of inoculation of tubercle bacilli into a tuberculosis-free individual.

  • Conquered
  • The serapis was captured by the bon homme richard, and the victorious old ship's crew established themselves on the decks of the conquered englishman.

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