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  • Cabal
  • He had refused to take any part in the politics of the cabal, and had, while that administration directed affairs, lived in strict privacy.

  • Global
  • Since this country is working closely with great britain on global defense problems, it is no violation of security to say that we have probably exchanged certain guided-missile information.

  • Herbal
  • In 1526 peter treveris issued the grete herbal with numerous botanical figures; in 1529 john rastell printed his own pastime of people with huge, semi-grotesque cuts of english kings; a few of robert copland's books and a few of robert wyer's have rough cuts of no importance.

  • Laban
  • As to jacob himself, he was sent by isaac to padan-aram, where he served his father-in-law laban for twenty years.

  • Label
  • Nothing less than a very small bottle, without cork or label, but smelling unmistakably of prussic acid."

  • Labial
  • The labial markings of verrucigerus are similar to the latter pattern, except that in females a distinct, light labial stripe extends the length of the lip.

  • Labile
  • Currently, the highest quality tape recorders are subject to imperfect reproduction because the tapes are heat labile; i. e., they soften and stretch when warm.

  • Legal
  • She wishes you to give her a legal promise of marriage, and sustentation.

  • Lethal
  • The lethal-bearing daughters gave 144 cross-overs in a total of 1,734 males, that is, bar and lethal sc gave 8.3 per cent of crossing-over.

  • Level
  • Each of these gaps was held and guarded by a castle while the level eastward of beachy head was held by pevensey.

  • Liable
  • 10,348. but you are their employer, and are liable to them for their wages?

  • Libel
  • In april 1791, casanova wrote to carlo grimani at venice, stating that he felt he had committed a great fault in publishing his libel, 'ne amori ne donne', and very humbly begging his pardon.

  • Lobar
  • Lobar pneumonia may also occur in the course of typhoid fever.

  • Local
  • One of the earliest recorded ascents is that of mr. c.a.o. baumgartner in september 1850, an account of which was sent by one of the people of the dale to the local paper in these terms: 'the broad stand, a rocky and dangerous precipice, situated between scaw fell and the pikes, an ascent which is perhaps more difficult than even that of the pillar stone.

  • Loyal
  • By his liberal hand this expedition was given life, and by his loyal support and helpfulness i was enabled to get to my base of operations at annoatok.

  • Rebel
  • It is highly probable that the cavalry they saw were a part of our own forces, but such had been the rumors and talk of rebel cavalry, its efficiency and the terrible work it was capable of performing, that the appearance of even a solitary horseman was enough to strike terror to the hearts of half a dozen ordinary men.

  • Tubal
  • Such are kas in later lycaonia, tabal or tubal in south-eastern cappadocia, khilakku, which left its name to historical cilicia, and kue in the rich eastern cilician plain and the north-eastern hills.

  • Verbal
  • When he had got through, he had learned, so far as metaphysics is concerned, absolutely nothing, and had merely the job of clearing out of his mind great masses of verbal cobwebs.

  • Jubal
  • In her constitutional convention, called to consider what the old mother state should do after the cotton states had set up a southern confederacy, the dominant force was wielded by such uncompromising opponents of secession as jubal a. early, williams c. wickham, henry a. wise, and others, who when war came were among the most conspicuous fighters on the southern side.

  • Leila
  • What is the use of being a pig, leila?

  • Lela
  • It was true that grant had never engaged in a real fist fight since coming to oakdale, but he had once stretched an enemy prone and stiff with a single sudden blow, and since the brave part he had played in rescuing lela barker from drowning phil was the first to question his courage.

  • Laval
  • M. de laval had been reared in the protestant faith, but to the great regret of the reformed party, who had hoped to find in him as zealous a defender as they had found in his ancestors, he embraced the romish religion.

  • Leola
  • The greek bootblack, by leola benedict terhune, the survey, 1911, vol. xxvi, pp. 852-854.

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