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  • Oral
  • Another says, "on the modes of communicating a saving knowledge of divine truth to the coloured population, best suited to their genius, habits, and condition, we must remember that oral instruction is the kind of instruction alone that is universally allowed in slaveholding states.

  • Areal
  • In the witwatersrand deposits of south africa, the gold is concentrated in the lower parts of large conglomerate and quartz sand layers of great areal extent.

  • Adrenal
  • Cannon of harvard has built up an entire theory of the adrenal as the gland of emergencies upon the basis of these effects.

  • Ideal
  • But if we allow ourselves to contemplate a philosophical history, which shall deal with the causes of events and aim at exhibiting the evolution of human society-and perhaps i ought to apologise for even suggesting that such an ideal could ever be realised-we should also see that the history of literature would be a subordinate element of the whole structure.

  • Overall
  • At first it was the feeling that you were expected to give something, that it was your duty to give, which had disgusted these generous souls who thought giving should be spontaneous; then, when they had got over this feeling, it was too late to buy anything worth having, not that the red check overall apron wasn't decent enough, and the penwiper was not so bad either-considering business was slow.

  • Arterial
  • Arterial blood of an army's heart outpoured the grey observer sees: a forest of france in thunder comes, like a landslide hurled off her pyrenees.

  • Orderly
  • I do not believe i ever felt better satisfied in my life than when he closed and the orderly dismission began: then he turned to bessie, and i saw that my friend had found the mission of heart-and soul-work, and was being drawn heavenward by the hand she loved.

  • Federal
  • Of 7,781,030 adult cattle slaughtered under federal inspection during the fiscal year ended june 30, 1911, 76,448 were found tuberculous, a percentage of 0.98. from the statistics above referred to, and other data, it appears that in the more densely populated areas of europe and america from 5 to 50 per cent of the dairy cattle are more or less affected with tuberculosis, while the proportion of beef cattle affected is distinctly less, ranging from 0.14 to 30 per cent.

  • Ordering
  • Ordering bartow to follow, he climbed the henry hill.

  • Odell
  • For instance, george duncan ludlow; who had been a judge of the supreme court of new york; jonathan odell, the famous satirist and divine; william hazen, a merchant of high reputation, who had large interests on the st. john river from 1763, and had proved his fidelity to the crown at a time when his countrymen at maugerville were disposed to join the revolutionary party; gabriel g. ludlow, previously a colonel in a royal regiment; edward winslow, daniel bliss and isaac allen, all of whom had borne arms in the royal service and had suffered the loss of valuable property, confiscated by the successful rebels.

  • Ordeal
  • When it was a question of practical warfare, doggie had blind faith in his officers-a faith perhaps even more childlike than that of his fellow-privates, for officers were the men who had come through the ordeal in which he had so lamentably failed; but when it came to administrative affairs, he was more critical.

  • Ordure
  • The streets will be rather emptied than filled, and the litter of straw and scrap-paper, and the ordure and other filth of the great slattern town, will blow agreeably about under your feet and into your eyes and teeth.

  • Sidereal
  • 94 of the n.a. and the result will be the exact distance in sidereal time the star you have just identified is from your meridian, i.

  • Derail
  • Yes, sir; he did, and he explained that he took training in guerrilla warfare, and he told us how to blow up bridges, derail trains, make zip guns, make homemade gunpowder.

  • Ordinal
  • See ordinal 201 post communion 213 postulant 213 postures in public worship 214 prayer 214 five parts of 214 for church militant .

  • Ordered
  • The duchess accompanied her visitor to the castle gate, ordered her palfrey to be saddled, mounted it with the gipsy behind her, and bounded away, never to return.

  • Oriel
  • When the broken arches are black in night, and each shafted oriel glimmers white, when the cold light's uncertain shower streams on the ruined central tower; when buttress and buttress, alternately, seem framed of ebon and ivory; when silver edges the imagery, and the scrolls that teach thee to live and die; when distant tweed is heard to rave, and the owlet to hoot o'er the dead man's grave, then go-but go alone the while- then view st. david's ruined pile; and, home returning, soothly swear was never scene so sad and fair!"

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