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  • Nisan(Definition of nisan)
  • A tablet dated 275 b. c. states that on the 12th of nisan the inhabitants of babylon were transported to the new town, where a palace was built as well as a temple to which the ancient name of e-saggila was given.

  • Ninety(Definition of ninety)
  • But, then, we must also renounce protestantism; for protestantism has only eighty or ninety millions against a hundred and forty millions who are catholics.

  • Ancient(Definition of ancient)
  • And the ancient gods made him a war.

  • Normand
  • At coney island, also known as cohen at coney island, is a 1912 american short silent comedy starring mack sennett, mabel normand, and ford sterling.

  • Cent(Definition of cent)
  • "even so," said he; "it's thirty per cent.

  • Send(Definition of send)
  • "you wish to send off those letters first!

  • Vicente
  • Vicente de balverde primero obispo del cuzco, y a hernando de aldana vn buen soldado, y a don martinillo lengua, que fuesen a hablar a atabalipa y a requerille de parte de dios y del rey se subjetase a la ley de nuestro senor jesucristo y al servicio de s. mag.

  • Niceness(Definition of niceness)
  • This, with her clear muslins and heavy black silk stockings, her narrow unornamented slippers, represented the perfection of niceness.

  • Scent(Definition of scent)
  • Now the beaters are on the scent!

  • Nosed(Definition of nosed)
  • For so the athenians had marked them before with a samaena, which is a sort of ship, low and flat in the prow, so as to look snub-nosed, but wide and large and well-spread in the hold, by which it both carries a large cargo and sails well.

  • Noised
  • He would most likely have yielded but for the taunt of cowardice which had already been noised about crawling water.

  • Snead
  • Shaaron claridge (born shaaron lee cooper; later snead; october 1, 1938, los angeles county, california) is a retired american second-shift radiotelephone operator or police radio dispatcher at the van nuys division of the los angeles police department best known for her voice work on the adam-12 television series.

  • Nissan
  • Other advertisers referenced ball bearing in subsequent commercials, including car manufacturer nissan who duplicated the ball bearing test and other lexus displays in subsequent ads.

  • Nicest
  • Which is the nicest girl in the school?

  • Nascent(Definition of nascent)
  • This does not appear to me an unnatural kind of nascent, half-conscious metaphysics.

  • Descend(Definition of descend)
  • In some houses there were trap doors through which, in case of danger, he might descend.

  • Wizened(Definition of wizened)
  • But his father stretched his wizened hand slowly out, and said, with difficulty, "thou art come at the right time!"

  • Nicene(Definition of Nicene)
  • Nothing but outside persecution was needed now to make nicene orthodoxy the national faith of egypt.

  • Nicety(Definition of nicety)
  • Her nicety of dress, too, pleased her critical inspector.

  • Niacin(Definition of niacin)
  • In an alternative fashion, more complex components of the coenzymes are taken up from food as niacin.

  • Discerned(Definition of Discerned)
  • In the midst of silks, muslins, and jewels, mr. carleton found fleda still, on his return; looking pale, and even sad, though nobody but himself, through her gentle and grateful bearing, would have discerned it.

  • Vincent
  • Vincent placed me by a window, which looked towards the woods.

  • Sand(Definition of sand)
  • While he was thus at work preparing the sand for his hour-glass, jonas happened to come by, and asked rollo what he was doing.

  • Ascend(Definition of ascend)
  • Upon this the citizens of hippo-zarytus, under pretence of an alarm, made hanno's three hundred men ascend their walls; then coming behind them they took them by the legs, and suddenly threw them over the ramparts.

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