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  • Holly(Definition of holly)
  • The great blazing fires-the holly and mistletoe.

  • Dolly(Definition of dolly)
  • He looked at me in astonishment, and my cousin dolly too.

  • All(Definition of all)
  • I know all about everything now.

  • Hilly(Definition of hilly)
  • On a hilly country like this, there ought to be good mining properties; gold, silver, etcetera.

  • Owl(Definition of owl)
  • It was an owl, i tell you!

  • Oils
  • The other fish-oils, therefore, have continued to pay the old duties.

  • Golly
  • Oh, golly, dora, you scared me!

  • Ila
  • This is a list of afl-cio affiliated member unions: actors equity association (aea) air line pilots association (alpa) amalgamated transit union (atu) american federation of government employees (afge) american federation of musicians of the united states and canada (afm) american federation of school administrators (afsa) american federation of state, county and municipal employees (afscme) american federation of teachers (aft) american postal workers union (apwu) american radio association (ara) american train dispatchers association (atda) associated actors and artistes of america (4as) american guild of musical artists (agma) american guild of variety artists (agva) the guild of italian american actors (giaa) bakery, confectionery, tobacco workers and grain millers international union (bctgm) brotherhood of railroad signalmen (brs) california school employees association (csea) communications workers of america (cwa) association of flight attendants (afa-cwa) industrial union of electronic workers (iue-cwa) national association of broadcast employees and technicians (nabet-cwa) the newspaper guild (tng-cwa) printing, publishing and media workers, cwa farm labor organizing committee (floc) gay and lesbian labor activists network (gallan) glass, molders, pottery, plastics and allied workers international union (gmp) international alliance of theatrical stage employes, moving picture technicians, artists and allied crafts of the united states, its territories and canada (iatse) international association of bridge, structural, ornamental and reinforcing iron workers (ironworkers) international association of fire fighters (iaff) international association of heat and frost insulators and allied workers international association of machinists and aerospace workers (iam) transportation communications international union international association of sheet metal, air, rail and transportation workers (smart) international brotherhood of boilermakers, iron ship builders, blacksmiths, forgers and helpers (ibb) international brotherhood of electrical workers (ibew) international federation of professional and technical engineers (ifpte) international longshoremens association (ila) international plate printers, die stampers and engravers union of north america international union of allied novelty and production workers (novelty and production workers) international union of bricklayers and allied craftworkers (bac) international union of elevator constructors (iuec) international union of operating engineers (iuoe) international union of painters and allied trades (iupat) international union of police associations (iupa) laborers international union of north america (liuna) national postal mail handlers union (npmhu) marine engineers beneficial association (meba) national air traffic controllers association (natca) national association of letter carriers (nalc) national football league players association (nflpa) national nurses united (nnu) national taxi workers alliance (ntwa) office and professional employees international union (opeiu) operative plasterers' and cement masons international association of the united states and canada (opcmia) professional aviation safety specialists (pass) screen actors guild-american federation of television and radio artists (sag-aftra) seafarers international union of north america (siu) transport workers union of america (twu) unite here united association of journeymen and apprentices of the plumbing and pipe fitting industry of the united states and canada (ua) united automobile, aerospace and agricultural implement workers of america international union (uaw) united food and commercial workers (ufcw) united mine workers of america (umwa) united steelworkers (usw) united union of roofers, waterproofers and allied workers (roofers and waterproofers) utility workers union of america (uwua) writers guild of america, east inc.

  • Idly(Definition of idly)
  • It was as if memory sat at the spinning-wheel, idly twisting the thread, and bringing visions of the years gone by.

  • Folly(Definition of folly)
  • Woe to you if you do not forget; woe to you if your lips ever again utter this folly to me or to any other person!

  • Alloy(Definition of alloy)
  • His enjoyment was what she enjoyed, though it was with a sad twinge of alloy, which changed her face whenever it was where he could not see it: when turned upon him, it was only bright and affectionate, and sometimes a little too tender; but fleda was too good a nurse to let that often appear.

  • Orly(Definition of orly)
  • Hill interviewed birther conspiracy advocate orly taitz at the national religious broadcasters convention in nashville for a february 10, 2009, segment podcasted online by the irn/usa radio network.

  • Oily(Definition of oily)
  • Oily calm is on the sea.

  • Lilly
  • Lilly flashed to her feet.

  • Jolly(Definition of jolly)
  • Now i'd like jolly,-you guess he's got home now, don't you?

  • Ail(Definition of ail)
  • After much inquiry in the market, however, i am led to the conclusion that the size, quality, and appearance of the fruit count for far more than ail other considerations combined.

  • Lolly
  • Lolly gobble bliss bombs is an australian snack food made by the greens food company.

  • Lily(Definition of lily)
  • Didn't lily tell you?

  • Ally(Definition of ally)
  • She was enough in advance of her times to suspect that a spirit might work upon and among men without having formed such connection with a mortal ally as would prove one's operations to be witchcrafts.

  • Ola
  • Legislative branch: unicameral legislature or staten (21 seats; members elected by direct, popular vote to serve four-year terms) elections: last held 23 september 2005 (next to be held by na 2009) election results: percent of vote by party - mep 43%, avp 32%, mpa 7%, red 7%, pdr 6%, ola 4%, ppa 2%; seats by party - mep 11, avp 8, mpa 1, red 1

  • Ill(Definition of ill)
  • I'm ill, and i've got to get out of here.

  • Orally(Definition of orally)
  • But heroes and hero-worship was at first delivered orally, though it was not printed till 1841; and about the same time, or rather earlier, appeared the miscellaneous essays-a collection of his work at its freshest, least mannered, most varied, and in some respects best.

  • Billy(Definition of billy)
  • "this morning, only, he was late-that billy-and i did not report him.

  • Il(Definition of il)
  • Il est trop noir."

  • Silly(Definition of silly)
  • That was as silly of me as this is of you.

  • Polly
  • Polly opened the door, and screamed.

  • Filly(Definition of filly)
  • Then, as if just awakened to a sense of duty, the filly ceased her antics, tossed her head with a determined air, and broke into a brisk, clean gallop that would have delighted a skilled rider, but seemed to bring only fresh dismay to the soul of joe crofton's boy.

  • Ollie
  • It may go against the grain once in a while, ollie, like our duty does for all of us sometimes; but, no matter how it tastes to him, that boy joe, he'll face it.

  • Oil(Definition of oil)
  • Mr. rosenblum gave me my oil.

  • Dilly(Definition of Dilly)
  • But, my dear sir, you know you were engaged to mr. dilly, and i told him so.

  • Alley(Definition of alley)
  • At the end of the alley he turned the wrong way down a one-way street, found another alley, and slipped into it.

  • Molly(Definition of molly)
  • Do you think you could help me, molly?"

  • Ills
  • They cannot long be interested in your ills and troubles.

  • Ole
  • Thur's that ole beauty o' the north star that's been my friend an' guide many's the good time.

  • Only(Definition of only)
  • He is only a boy.

  • Willy(Definition of Willy)
  • How d'you find it, john-willy?

  • Ell(Definition of ell)
  • The long, unbroken skyline is one of its greatest charms, and even the long slope at one side, reaching down and over the one-story kitchen ell, has been carefully retained and adds not a little to the harmonious effect of the whole structure.

  • Allay(Definition of allay)
  • He is brave, and strong, and tranquil; and i feel that to take his hand will allay the fever in my brain."

  • Doily(Definition of doily)
  • A dagger-type paper cutter lay on the polished table beside her. nervously her fingers closed upon it, and unaware of the act, she jabbed the sharp point several times through a lace doily centerpiece.

  • Evilly
  • The bumpus flat included the second floor of a small wooden house whose owner had once been evilly inspired to paint it a livid clay-yellow-as though insisting that ugliness were an essential attribute of domesticity.

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