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  • Concerns
  • Thereupon he was sentenced to have his wish, and was kept all his life aboard the vessels of the navy, being sent off on long voyages and transferred from ship to ship, with orders to those in charge that his country and its concerns should never be spoken of in his presence.

  • Cancers
  • These electrolytic currents require to be used-one or another of them-whenever any chemical action is needed; as, in decomposing or neutralizing virus in the system, destroying cancers, reducing glands when chronically enlarged, removing tumors or other abnormal growths, and in treating old ulcers and chronic irritation of mucous membranes.

  • Contours
  • Sconces
  • Condos
  • Harvesttimes
  • Conceits
  • Images, therefore, whether metaphors or similes, deal with laws; conceits with private judgments.

  • Connors
  • Conceals
  • The opening it conceals with dried leaves and small branches.

  • Conscious(Definition of conscious)
  • Concedes
  • It is to this last school that m. tremaux belongs: the title of his book sufficiently shows it. he concedes the variability and the transformation of the species; but separates himself distinctly from darwin relative to the causes which produce this variation.

  • Hardwearing
  • Conchs
  • White-robed priests around her kneeling, ibis-banner floating high, conchs, and drums, and sistrals pealing, and sesostris standing nigh.

  • Gumpest
  • Jounces
  • Unfluent
  • Concuss(Definition of concuss)
  • Hardbitten
  • Hard-Wearing
  • Cones
  • Concertos
  • Before viotti began to perform his concertos, her majesty, with the most amiable condescension, would go round the music saloon, and say, 'ladies and gentlemen, i request you will be silent, and very attentive, and not enter into conversation, while mr. viotti is playing, for it interrupts him in the execution of his fine performance.

  • Concerts
  • The concerts were held june 28 and 29, 1877. these were memorable evenings for us and we did our best with reuben and rachel, ten o'clock and the old saxon, etc.

  • Cornices
  • Concurs
  • P. s. dr franklin concurs with us in these sentiments, but as he is absent, we are obliged to send the letter without his subscribing.

  • Cancerous(Definition of cancerous)
  • A cancerous ulcer occupied almost the whole of the stomach.

  • Cancels
  • When the spirit, torn and tempted, tried beyond its utmost scope, by an anguish past endurance, madly cancels all its hope;

  • Conceives
  • Swedenborg furnishes the original doctrinal and philosophical basis of its faith, to which mr. harris, as he conceives, has been led by providence to add other and vital matters, which were unknown until they were revealed through him.

  • Concourse(Definition of concourse)
  • And he tried to restrain his steps and walk leisurely down the magnificent avenue, which had now been dried by the bright sun, and was enlivened by a concourse of people, while overhead the sky was again blue, lightly blue, as in springtime.

  • Hard-Time
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