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  • Sticky(Definition of sticky)
  • The three brothers was bumping when they reached her and clambered on board over the bluff sides, sticky with salt water and tar.

  • Sixties
  • Hamilton, alexander, 1, 5. hamilton, sir w., 1, 189. hampton court, 1, 287. hapgood, norman, 2, 264. harris, frank, the man shakespeare, 2, 330, 335, 336. harris, william t., 1, 201, 202, 204. hartmann, karl r. e. von, 1, 191, 2, 293. harvard medical school, in the sixties, 1, 71 ff.

  • Scouts
  • In no instance were they insulted, plundered, or ill-treated; whereas every house which was abandoned fell a prey to the scouts and reconnoitring parties.

  • Sites
  • As for the european sites, since their orientalism appears to have been drawn from ionia, it also had come through asia overland.

  • Swedish(Definition of swedish)
  • 57; origin of name, 58, 61. america, spain gets most of, i. confusion of ideas concerning, i. earliest legislative body in, i. the first swedish colony in, i. origin of political institutions in.

  • States
  • The freight from aberdeen to grutness he states to be 1s.

  • Seeds
  • 47 29. seeds kept dry by an umbrella growing over them .

  • Scottish(Definition of scottish)
  • Amongst scottish families, the maitlands were first in place and power.

  • Acetic(Definition of acetic)
  • When the vinegar is properly made and the fermentation process has been completed, the acid already produced prevents all further development of acetic acid ferments.

  • Stage(Definition of stage)
  • In every stage of these oppressions we have petitioned for redress in the most humble terms; our repeated petitions have been answered only by repeated injury.

  • Sketches
  • Becoming aware of this, ingeborg tried to hide them "but these are very wonderful," she said, taking up the sketches.

  • Sits
  • For a moment he sits motionless at his writing-table, his elbows resting upon it, his head in his hands.

  • Shades(Definition of shades)
  • In the drowsy afternoon helen coaxed her father into her room and dropped the shades and ordered him to sleep, telling him that he looked like a ghost of his former rugged beauty.

  • Shadows
  • The long shadows cast by the trees that stood in clusters on the lawn of sea-glimpse impressed him as sinister harbingers of coming events.

  • Sketch(Definition of sketch)
  • 112 and 113. sketch-map at end of volume.

  • Societies
  • Among the most interesting of the societies of this kind were those organised in london.

  • Shots(Definition of Shots)
  • This village lay within a mile of the front line, and it seemed uncanny to be so near the enemy and yet to hear so few shots fired.

  • Stakes
  • If this here camp can't afford one lady in its precincts, why, then i shall pull up stakes and go to where the tall cedars cast their shadows over the coyote, and the coyote howls and howls-and-and-" he wiped his mouth again, and broke down utterly.

  • Statutes
  • So the tinkering of statutes and treaties went on, even to the present day, the fisheries languishing meanwhile, not in our country alone, but in all engaged in the effort to get special privileges on the fishing grounds.

  • Sheets
  • The porter, moving to and fro under his burden of sheets and pillows, glanced at her as he passed.

  • Sides
  • "he fought on all sides," we are told, "against all the enemies of israel, against moab, and against the sons of ammon, and against edom, and against the kings of zobah, and whithersoever he turned he was victorious."

  • Stack(Definition of stack)
  • And when they came home from their work, they would push him about and tease him, and even his mother would make him sweep the floor, and draw water from the well, and fetch peats from the peat-stack, and do all the little odd jobs that nobody else would do.

  • Steak(Definition of steak)
  • Allison called forward over the intercommunication phone that the colonel sent his regards and that he had personally ordered o'malley's pies and steak for him.

  • Studies
  • We learn from cicero's account of the orators antecedent to, and contemporary with himself, that this denationalising fastidiousness was a not uncommon result of the new studies.

  • Sights
  • Tomorrow we will start to use azimuths in working out sights for lines of position by the marc st. hilaire method.

  • Seats
  • Its only electioneering venture, outside municipal politics, had been a disastrous failure: it had won a few seats on the dublin city council: it had tried and failed to run a daily paper.

  • Stick(Definition of stick)
  • The stick was found in 1884 by mr. chas.

  • Suggests
  • Origen, a learned and pious holy father, suggests that no man in his senses will believe this to have really happened.

  • Stock(Definition of stock)
  • 10,605. where do you sell the stock off your farm?

  • Static(Definition of static)
  • I'm getting a loud static at the top of my short wave receptivity."

  • Shoots
  • It leaps, and rushes up the woodwork of the thatch above and shoots along to the pitch of the roof.

  • Sideways(Definition of sideways)
  • She glanced at him sideways, wondering for an instant whether his mood was as hers; and his grave, tired, boyish face was answer enough.

  • Suitcase
  • The stranger glanced down at the suitcase and put it on the floor with a suddenness that brought forth a thumping sound.

  • Sticks
  • "palmerston," wrote lord clarendon to lord granville, "held a great bundle of sticks together.

  • Stuck(Definition of stuck)
  • "joost ruined and bankrupt, my lassie, and helen won't have a penny to call her own-a proud, stuck-up-" "hush, father!

  • Stake(Definition of stake)
  • Why had she made herself a party to their misdeeds, she whose reputation, existence, and employment were at stake?

  • Stocks(Definition of stocks)
  • It extended to mining stocks, and especially to gold mines, as gold was then selling at a high premium-one hundred dollars in gold bringing $260 in legal tender currency.

  • Suites
  • As he looked over and down, allerdyke suddenly saw a door open in one of these smaller suites-open silently and stealthily.

  • Switch(Definition of switch)
  • Jepson was standing in the doorway, and a light scraping sound indicated that he was running his hands over the wall in search of a switch.

  • Stages
  • The "ninth" moved up by stages, marching via lapugnoy and verquin, to its battle position in trenches by le rutoire farm, which it reached on the 24th.

  • Stays(Definition of stays)
  • But suppose one of us goes a'visitin' ter rich kin-folks-an' t'other one stays home."

  • Sets
  • Here, then, is a riddle, and marx sets himself to rede it.

  • Suits
  • The english gentlemen at hong-kong wear white suits, as in india.

  • Status(Definition of status)
  • To restore balance was to maintain the status quo of physical reality.

  • Stacks
  • The length of these galleries varies, but they are of a uniform breadth, allowing either a couple of racks with wine sur pointe, or stacks of bottles, in four rows on either side, with an ample passage down the centre.

  • Steaks
  • Statues
  • The fourth dynasty is rich in pyramids, tombs, and statues; and according to lepsius, this dynasty commenced 3,426 b.c., or about 5,287 years from the present date.

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