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  • Anemia
  • Polygonum: in torpor; with iron in anemia, aloes in a constipated subject.

  • Enamel
  • 11, 13, 15, and 16 are glazed terra-cotta figures by the robbias, displaying admirably the fine delicate surface of the enamel peculiar to their productions.

  • Inmate
  • Though so many persons were expected before night to share the hospitalities of mowbray park, that, notwithstanding the ample size of its mansion, both the lady and her housekeeper were obliged to exert considerable skill in arranging their accommodation, there was but one person besides the family present at the happy breakfast-table; and she was not a guest, but an inmate.

  • Enema
  • To give yourself an enema, completely fill the bag with tepid water that does not exceed body temperature.

  • Angie
  • Angie hatton said it correctly.

  • Annie
  • "worse and worse, annie," cried miss clode.

  • Emir
  • "go," said he, to the grand vizier, "destroy the house of that vile scoundrel, the emir bargash ibn beynin; leave of it not one stick or stone upon another.

  • Naomi
  • And orpah kissed naomi, and went back to her own mothers' house, but ruth, whose heart was with naomi, would not go back.

  • Name
  • 14,321. can you name any case of that kind?

  • Ernie
  • But in spite of all that i'm sorry to state that around the corrugated ernie is rated as a walking joke.

  • Amie
  • But if sylvia bailey had no business to be at lacville, he, paul de virieu, had no business to be flirting with her as he was doing-for though sylvia was honestly unaware of the fact, the count was carrying on what he well knew to be a very agreeable flirtation with the lady he called in his own mind his "petite amie anglaise," and very much he was enjoying the experience-when his conscience allowed him to enjoy it.

  • Enemy
  • Everyone but husain is more or less his enemy.

  • Annam
  • In the land of annam there once dwelt a man named su, who sailed the seas as a merchant.

  • Unmake
  • Would it be any better if country lines were obliterated, and the great brotherhood of peoples were established, and there was no such thing as patriotism or family, and marriage were as free to make and unmake as some people think it should be?

  • Rename
  • In december 2012, both houses of congress unanimously voted to rename the ariel rios building as the william jefferson clinton federal building, after bill clinton, the 42nd president.

  • Unmade
  • I should like to blot him from the host of the living, and his memory with him-wipe him out of the past even, make him unmade, unborn!

  • Enzyme
  • Once the food is in the stomach, it is mixed with hydrochloric acid, secreted by the stomach itself, and pepsin, an enzyme.

  • Ene
  • Therthrvch mei that ene folk that ore folk evin min forstan as thju kv thene hvnd and thi wolf that skep.

  • Enemies
  • They used their power to revenge themselves on their personal enemies, their secret police was worse than anything john had maintained, and they forcibly suppressed the newspapers which dared criticise their acts.

  • Nam
  • Nam mori malim, quam societate cinglianae causae nostros contaminare.

  • Enamour
  • If without use they shine, yet still the glow may thine own eyes enamour.

  • Enmity
  • His ascendency over the emperor drew upon him the fatal enmity of tigellinus.

  • Nome
  • Fortunately for us the captain had suddenly resolved to call at kingigamoot in case the missionary needed assistance, and on hearing of our plight at once offered the expedition a passage to nome city, whither the sadie was bound.

  • Ermine
  • He wished, also, to make some comparison between it and the common weasel; for in its winter dress, in the snowy regions, the latter very much resembles the ermine; and, indeed, the trappers make no distinction between them.

  • Enameler
  • We have reason to suppose that he made in derby many china figures of cats, dogs, shepherdesses, falstaffs, minervas, and the like, which william duesbury, who was an expert enameler in london, colored for him. unfortunately, none of this early output of the factory was marked, and in consequence it has become sadly confused, not only with the work of bow and chelsea, but with that of lowestoft as well.

  • Enamor
  • Charm, v. enchant, fascinate, enamor, infatuate, enrapture, bewitch, captivate; allay, soothe, subdue.

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