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  • Sticky(Definition of sticky)
  • The sticky substance on seeds and fruits not unfrequently serves another good turn besides enabling them to adhere to animals.

  • Sixties
  • They held a labor convention in philadelphia, in which a great labor leader of the sixties, william h. sylvis, president of the international molders' union, took a prominent part and pronounced in favor of the compromise solution advanced by congressman crittenden of kentucky.

  • Scouts
  • I have no doubt that emissaries and scouts are abroad, and that i am watched.

  • Sites
  • There are practically no streams within reach of suitable pueblo sites which are not exhausted by the igorot agriculturist.

  • Swedish(Definition of swedish)
  • As he fell from his horse, the word spread quickly throughout the swedish lines, "the king is wounded!"

  • States
  • Von kluck's name was on the lips of every man, woman and child in the united states of america.

  • Seeds
  • Powdered seeds 150 grams.

  • Scottish(Definition of scottish)
  • 101; scottish, of 1659, vi.

  • Acetic(Definition of acetic)
  • By a reference to the foregoing table it will be easily understood how slight a change in the proportion of the ingredients of any one of the substances contained therein will convert it into an entirely different one. in chemistry we are able, to a certain extent, to imitate the operations of nature; but we must follow in the same course laid down by her; thus, we can convert woody fibre, or sawdust and starch, into sugar, gum, alcohol, and acetic acid; but we cannot convert alcohol, acetic acid, or gum into sugar, starch or woody fibre; and of such importance is a slight alteration of the proportions of these elements-carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen-that the abstraction of carbon from sugar, and the addition of a portion of the prime support of life, vegetation and combustion, oxygen, changes the harmless sugar into the most violent of poisons, oxalic acid, which consists of 26.57 carbon, 70.69 oxygen, and 2.74 hydrogen.

  • Stage(Definition of stage)
  • "he just rode out to get the mail because the stage was broken down.

  • Sketches
  • 15. 139. howells's doorstep acquaintance, and other sketches.

  • Sits
  • I gets him out on the porch again, and he sits there slappin' his knees and waggin' his head and wipin' his eyes.

  • Shades(Definition of shades)
  • Let them slumber in the shades of oblivion.

  • Shadows
  • He was still thinking of it as the black shadows came creeping down from the purple hills across the green meadows.

  • Sketch(Definition of sketch)
  • Everybody made so much of him that he began to feel uncomfortable, and took refuge at last with mr. robert keane, who good-naturedly showed him the sketch-book he had filled in europe, and explained everything to him, as if he found pleasure in it.

  • Societies
  • In my work, i lecture to students and am invited to address scientific bodies, societies and educational gatherings, all of which i can accomplish without the slightest difficulty.

  • Shots(Definition of Shots)
  • The following morning, the 30th, a message was sent to the five who had lately joined us, asking them to work again for him, as he wanted more stone shots.

  • Stakes
  • The stakes were small, and the saxons proved victorious.

  • Statutes
  • English enterprise, however, did not extend for many years to any other part of north eastern america than newfoundland, which is styled baccalaos on the hakluyt map of 1597, though the present name appeared from a very early date in english statutes and records.

  • Sheets
  • He switched on the light by his bed, glanced at his watch, switched off the light, and sank down again into the sheets.

  • Sides
  • Surprised gasps arose on all sides.

  • Stack(Definition of stack)
  • There was a high stack of these paper volumes, and i was so hungry for books that i went at them greedily, fearing that i might not get through before i had to return to polotzk.

  • Steak(Definition of steak)
  • "a po'ter-house steak, suh, that'll haunt my memory for days.

  • Studies
  • Sylv pulled his tangled beard meditatively, and replied: "that won't help me much with my law studies."

  • Sights
  • 64. pisgah-sights, i., p.

  • Seats
  • They took different seats, the younger just behind the older.

  • Stick(Definition of stick)
  • He pointed with his stick, as he spoke, to the schooner creeping in between the dykes.

  • Suggests
  • Just why edwin performed this brief sojourn in batavia, or where he made his initial entry into the drug trade, is not clear, although the rapid growth of his firm in new york city suggests that he had had previous experience in that field.

  • Stock(Definition of stock)
  • Strindberg has added nothing to the stock of human understanding.

  • Static(Definition of static)
  • Edward could never understand this; or why the universe, so long static and immutable, had suddenly begun to move.

  • Shoots
  • It was at the rough little gate of the cottage that peter the pony stopped short, and began nibbling the most tender shoots of the hedge that he could find.

  • Sideways(Definition of sideways)
  • They, therefore, made an effort to set him at his ease, and when they met him in "the street" jerked their heads at him sideways.

  • Suitcase
  • He opened the suitcase, using-oddly enough a key from his own bunch of keys.

  • Sticks
  • What i ses, i ses; and what i ses, i sticks to."

  • Stuck(Definition of stuck)
  • I stuck my rifle under this porch."

  • Stake(Definition of stake)
  • A great prince was pleased to play chess with him, and allowed him every time to win the stake of two louis d'or.

  • Stocks(Definition of stocks)
  • This story may or may not be true, but we believe the statement that people trade in stocks they do not know anything about is true.

  • Suites
  • "opening from the enclosed courtyard, which now forms a great frescoed hall in the centre of this house of wallington, are endless suites of huge rooms, only partly carpeted and thinly furnished with ugly last-century furniture, partly covered with faded tapestry.

  • Switch(Definition of switch)
  • Switch that table over!

  • Stages
  • Hermione had become accustomed to his devotion, for he had advanced by imperceptible stages.

  • Stays(Definition of stays)
  • She would not undertake leslie goldthwaite or helen josselyn,-mrs. ingleside's younger sister, who stays with her so much,-or even our quiet ruth.

  • Sets
  • After that it was like climbing three sets of palisades, one top of the other, on a road that did the corkscrew all the way.

  • Suits
  • This suits me far better."

  • Status(Definition of status)
  • What will be my apparent status before the crews doing the searching?"

  • Stacks
  • The fleet, sweeping on past half submerged stacks and farm houses, made its way to the fresh water mere.

  • Steaks
  • Statues
  • These statues are considered the finest works of the ancient florentine school.

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