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  • Aver(Definition of aver)
  • Crews, in all 40. captain per annum l400 1st mate 112 2d do. 68 master 112 1st engineer 173 2d do. 122 3d do. 88 engineer extra 173 3 engineer boys, average 39 4 apprentices, at 10s. per month 24 4 stewards and boys, aver.

  • Cover(Definition of cover)
  • These jewels are of no use to the bit of wood they cover, it does not eat, it does not feel the cold in winter, and we are poor miserable creatures.

  • Ever(Definition of ever)
  • Did you ever touch it?

  • I've
  • Yes, yes, i think i've asked that already."

  • Offer(Definition of offer)
  • I had not taken anything all day, in order that i might not be obliged to offer her anything or to eat with her.

  • Dover
  • Naturally, no detailed description of the battle of dover would be possible, even if it were necessary to the narrative.

  • Rover(Definition of rover)
  • The rover then cut short the dialogue, which was growing deeply interesting to his companion, and moved, with a light step, to the stern, over which he hung, for a few moments, by himself, like a man who found a pleasure in gazing at the dark surface of the sea.

  • Mover(Definition of mover)
  • 347. "you cannot deny, that the great mover and author of nature constantly explaineth himself to the eyes of men, by the sensible intervention of arbitrary signs, which have no similitude to, or connexion with, the things signified."

  • Overt(Definition of overt)
  • At last it proceeded to absolute overt acts of treason against the laws of providence itself.

  • O'er(Definition of o'er)
  • And holds proud empire o'er the grave!

  • Oder
  • On the elbe commission germany has four votes out of ten; on the oder commission three out of nine; on the rhine commission four out of nineteen; on the danube commission, which is not yet definitely constituted, she will be apparently in a small minority.

  • Ave(Definition of Ave)
  • The young ladies round the piano piously abstained from singing anything frivolous; their voices were modulated to the ave marias of schubert and gounod, and other songs no less redolent of sacred emotion.

  • Oven(Definition of oven)
  • Bake it in a moderate oven about half an hour.

  • Overs
  • This move prevents a regular batsman from having to face the last few overs left in the day or bat early the following morning; however, some teams do not employ a nightwatchmen for various reasons, including a belief that middle-order batsmen should be able to protect their wicket in poor conditions as well as good, or a lack of defensively minded lower-order batsmen.

  • Ova(Definition of Ova)
  • The shells of the ova must be removed from the hatching trays.

  • Lover(Definition of lover)
  • He was-my lover, monsieur.

  • Hover(Definition of hover)
  • Consequently, he was perhaps unduly annoyed when two tiny spy-eyes flew down from the hills to hover above his caravan on whirring little propellers.

  • Over(Definition of over)
  • All that is over, forgotten."

  • Eve(Definition of eve)
  • An hour had passed before the tents and baggage arrived, but notwithstanding the delay the tents were pitched and supper ready by sundown, and sam found himself actually in the field on the eve of a battle.

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