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  • Elicits
  • Yet, when these strangers are enemies, and our death is at their hands-when every shriek or moan elicits only jeers and laughter, how unspeakably dreadful is the fate!

  • Elastics
  • Note that there is no belt, elastics or spring around the waist, and no leg-straps

  • Holistic
  • Although it is increasingly unclear as to whether or not the media's coverage has affected criminal behavior, it is necessary to examine how the media's coverage of executions and, more abstractly, its holistic construction of capital punishment has shaped peoples actions and understandings related to this controversial practice.

  • Elliptic
  • Elliptic sloat's elliptic george b. sloat and co.

  • Realistic
  • The ram certainly had given a realistic interpretation of a savage andalusian fighter.

  • Elastic
  • Their law was not technical, but elastic, and remedies could include injunctions, salary attachment, and performance of acts.

  • Ballistic
  • After a final treatment and on presentation of the entire lot for the ballistic test, the inspector shall select three projectiles to represent the lot, which shall be finished, inspected and delivered in the same manner as required for the rest of the lot.

  • Egoistic
  • The second, third, and fourth are the egoistic arguments, which express the mind of a person who sees another always in relation with himself.

  • Eulogistic
  • Meanwhile kilsip listened to these eulogistic remarks on the dead man, and purred to himself, in a satisfied sort of way, like a cat who has caught a mouse.

  • Idealistic
  • Thus, it would be erroneous to regard the fantastic imagination as idealistic; it has no claim to the term: on the contrary, it believes itself adapted for practical work and acts in that direction.

  • Alistair
  • I seem to keep on bringing in ladies, but somehow when one talks about alistair ramsey one can't help it.

  • Inelastic
  • Obstacles on the other hand had a greater value, against the inelastic tactics of the time, than they have now. a good position therefore was one which offered good fire-positions for redoubts and plenty of facilities for creating obstacles.

  • Elicit
  • And great as was the distress of his friend, this generous substitution was carried out, and not only spared a father to his children, but showed how the sharpest strokes of barbarity can still elicit light from the dark stone-light that but for these blows might have slept unseen.

  • Plastic
  • The plastic mark, therefore, is in the images, and in the modes of association of images.

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