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  • Genre(Definition of genre)
  • Suddenly i burst into a convulsive laugh, so strange in sound that it should surely have betrayed me. but no, he did not perceive the genre of my laughter.

  • Gal(Definition of gal)
  • Of deep successful love there is ominous silence, and in one of the oldest of these songs there is a depth of history and meaning: poor ro-sy, poor gal; poor ro-sy, poor gal; ro-sy break my poor heart, heav'n shall-a-be my home.

  • Genie(Definition of Genie)
  • He rubbed it, and in a moment the genie stood before him.

  • Glean(Definition of glean)
  • Sir marmaduke then bade his butler push on as far as acol, to glean further information about the mysterious event.

  • General(Definition of general)
  • The general was obesely dumfounded.

  • Canal(Definition of canal)
  • This canal, so called, was a considerable and extremely rapid and rocky river.

  • Genealogy(Definition of genealogy)
  • Cunningham thinks the cheshire part of the genealogy "unlikely to be true."

  • Genially(Definition of genially)
  • The potential tier of hard knots laughed genially.

  • Venal(Definition of venal)
  • Janell
  • Gene
  • Gene, who had been in his bunk, was pressed against the wall by a giant hand.

  • Gently(Definition of gently)
  • At last the gate was gently opened and gently shut.

  • Geneva(Definition of geneva)
  • Do you not remember the household of sismonde de sismondi in geneva?

  • Anneal(Definition of anneal)
  • A speculum a foot in diameter may conveniently take about three days to anneal, and should be sensibly warm when the box is opened on the fourth day. for larger sizes longer times will be required.

  • Gen
  • His dislike of gen.

  • Renal(Definition of renal)
  • Goal(Definition of goal)
  • Genteel(Definition of genteel)
  • And he went on, "it would be a very stylish and genteel ride.

  • Kernel(Definition of kernel)
  • Keenly(Definition of keenly)
  • Generally(Definition of generally)
  • You generally get spiteful.

  • Neal
  • Lineal(Definition of lineal)
  • Gnarl(Definition of gnarl)
  • Gel(Definition of gel)
  • And after a kiss and another "good gel," valmai passed jim at the doorway, and went slowly downstairs.

  • Gena(Definition of Gena)
  • John huston (1906–1987), film director, screenwriter and actor, distant welsh ancestry quincy jones (born 1933), record producer, conductor, arranger, film composer, television producer, and trumpeter, welsh paternal grandfather rashida jones (born 1976), actress, welsh paternal great-grandfather jon langford (born 1957), musician and artist tommy lee (born 1963), drummer for hard rock/heavy metal band mötley crüe zachary levi (born 1980), actor, distant welsh ancestry ted levine (born 1957), actor, mother was part welsh blake lewis (born 1981), american idol contestant and singer juliette lewis (born 1973), actress and singer harold lloyd (1893–1971), actor myrna loy (1905–1993), actress marco marenghi, animator, born in rhondda ray milland (1905–1986), actor wayne newton (born 1942), distant welsh ancestry leslie nielsen (1926–2010), actor, welsh mother the osmonds, including donny osmond (born 1957), half of the brother-sister singing act donny & marie; of part welsh descent, traced their ancestry back to merthyr tydfil karyn parsons (born 1966), actress, fresh prince of bel air, welsh descent on fathers side michelle pfeiffer (born 1958), actress, distant welsh ancestry justin pierce (1975–2000), english-born actor of welsh descent; former husband of gina rizzo chris pine (born 1980), actor, distant welsh ancestry shawn pyfrom (born 1986), actor, paternal grandfather is of welsh ancestry kim richards (born 1964), actress, distant welsh ancestry kyle richards (born 1969), actress, distant welsh ancestry monica richards, author and musician jason robards (1922–2000), actor, distant welsh ancestry eric roberts (born 1956), actor, distant welsh ancestry julia roberts (born 1967), actress, distant welsh ancestry coco rocha (born 1988), canadian model of welsh, irish, and russian descent gena rowlands (born 1930), actress, father was of welsh descent susan sarandon (born 1946), oscar-winning actress, distant welsh ancestry brooke shields (born 1965), actress and model, distant welsh ancestry esperanza spalding (born 1984), singer/songwriter, distant welsh ancestry tiffani thiessen (born 1974), actress, distant welsh ancestry henry thomas (born 1971), actor, distant welsh ancestry lynda thomas (born 1981), musician, singer-songwriter scott walker (born 1943), singer, distant welsh ancestry tuc watkins (born 1966), actor betty white (born 1922), actress, distant welsh ancestry michelle williams (born 1980), actress, distant welsh ancestry robin williams (1951–2014), actor, distant welsh ancestry vanessa williams (born 1963), actress, distant welsh ancestry cassandra wilson (born 1955), née cassandra fowlkes, jazz vocalist; distant welsh ancestry through her father patrick wilson (born 1973), actor, distant welsh ancestry literature sinclair lewis (1885–1951), novelist/playwright jack london (1876–1916), author edgar lee masters (1868–1950), poet/biographer/dramatist lorin morgan-richards (1975), author and illustrator ogden nash (1902–1971), wrote clever humorous poetry politics john adams (1735–1826), president of the united states, vice president of the united states; traced his ancestry to pembroke, pembrokeshire and to penybanc farm at llanboidy, carmarthenshire john quincy adams (1767–1848), president of the united states, secretary of state john henry bowen (1780–1822), u.

  • Genera(Definition of Genera)
  • M. guerin-meneville published the annulose animals of the voyage de la coquille, in which new holland genera and species take a prominent place.

  • Gael(Definition of gael)
  • In every worldly respect, doubtless, prosper gael.

  • Oneal
  • Venial(Definition of venial)
  • Gunnel(Definition of gunnel)
  • Penal(Definition of penal)
  • Gina
  • A spin-off from the first two barbershop films, gina norris (queen latifah) is a widowed hairstylist who has moved from chicago to atlanta so her daughter, vanessa (paige hurd), can attend a private music school.

  • Guinea(Definition of guinea)
  • Genes
  • In fact, a series of several mutations to certain classes of genes is usually required before a normal cell will transform into a cancer cell.

  • Genoa
  • 290, 304 genoa, i.

  • Genial(Definition of genial)
  • The porter, politely genial, advised monsieur to seek her on the promenade des etrangers.

  • Neil
  • Gentle(Definition of gentle)
  • His good-natured, gentle-hearted brother.

  • Glenna
  • Nell
  • Denial(Definition of denial)
  • This self-denial was not wholly unrewarded.

  • Keel(Definition of keel)
  • Genet(Definition of genet)
  • The male genet stumbled a little, and sat down.

  • Gone(Definition of gone)
  • Corneal(Definition of corneal)
  • Long-term contact lens use can lead to alterations in corneal thickness, stromal thickness, curvature, corneal sensitivity, cell density, and epithelial oxygen uptake, etc.

  • Kennel(Definition of kennel)
  • Kneel(Definition of kneel)
  • Menial(Definition of menial)
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