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  • Vertical(Definition of vertical)
  • Now suppose the eccentric to be revolved on the centre c, until its centre moves from e to v, its circumference being denoted by the dotted circle a a, and if we draw from v a vertical line cutting the line b, d at f, then from c to f will be the distance the eccentric would move the valve, which would then be in the position denoted by the dotted lines at the bottom of the figure.

  • Curtail(Definition of curtail)
  • Lung cancer has become a very real threat to many people today, and the professional hypnotist is besieged with men and women who wish to curtail or quit smoking.

  • Virtuously(Definition of virtuously)
  • A gorgeous flunkey threw open the door with a virtuously severe expression on his breakfast-flushed countenance,-an expression which relaxed into a smile of condescension on seeing who the visitor was.

  • Mutually
  • In addition to that bond of a common humanity which ought to bind us to all our fellow-men, there is a tie of special affinity between persons of congenial tastes, kindred pursuits, common interests, and mutually cherished ideals.

  • Vertically(Definition of vertically)
  • "and your skin-" imperturbably as she spoke she pushed him down flat on the ground again and began, with her hands edged vertically like two slim boards, to slash little blissful gashes of consciousness and pain into his frigid right arm.

  • Courtly(Definition of courtly)
  • He was a tall, courtly old fellow.

  • Outlay(Definition of outlay)
  • I was now to travel modestly, to fare humbly, and to ponder over the smallest outlay, lest it should limit me in some other quarter of greater need.

  • Italy
  • France and england and the dardanelles and italy-everything.

  • Vital(Definition of vital)
  • Penny wondered where to start in gathering vital facts for her father.

  • Mutual(Definition of mutual)
  • She turned her hand, so as to meet his in a mutual clasp, and withdrew it.

  • Ritual(Definition of ritual)
  • But it also includes a daily ritual that must be observed at certain fixed hours, even though the believer may be in the midst of the crowded market place.

  • Curtly(Definition of curtly)
  • "when i am done," he returned curtly.

  • Vastly(Definition of vastly)
  • Vastly to her delight it yielded at her push.

  • Victual(Definition of victual)
  • And therewith she stepped out lightly on to the greensward and sought up the stream till she found a smooth-grounded pool meet for her bath, and when that was done, she fetched the victual and came back to the wood-wife; then they two sat down together, and ate and drank while the water rippled at their feet.

  • Vistula
  • Although branches of the slavonic race had separated from the parent stem, bearing different names, the bohemians on the vistula, the poliani in what was to become poland, the lithuanians near the baltic, and minor tribes scattered elsewhere, from the peloponnesus to the baltic, all had the same general characteristics.

  • Ritually(Definition of ritually)
  • In this case the fir cone would be dipped in the bucket of water before being shaken in order to ritually purify a person or object.

  • Virtual(Definition of virtual)
  • It may well be supposed that the virtual head of the government liked not the triumph of mob law, in the name of religion, over the civil authority.

  • Virtue(Definition of virtue)
  • The high virtue of patience was not his.

  • Viral
  • Bacterial bio-agents chlamydial bio-agents rickettsial bio-agents viral bio-agents additionally, the soviet union is known to have weaponized marburg virus (marv) in the 1970s and 80s.

  • Wetly
  • Virtually(Definition of virtually)
  • That legacy is virtually hers, not yours.

  • Vitals(Definition of vitals)
  • If the misrepresentations of the press could have altered the matter of fact, famine would not have been gnawing the vitals of sutherland in every year just a little less abundant than its fellows, nor would the dejected and oppressed people be feeding their discontent, amid present misery, with the recollections of a happier past.

  • Vestal(Definition of vestal)
  • Cornelia, the chief vestal and the worst offender, was condemned to suffer the prescribed punishment of entombment.

  • Vidal
  • Vidal was a man of great learning and equal modesty, a man of the strictest honour, kind-hearted and charitable in the extreme.

  • Vitally(Definition of vitally)
  • That was why she could keep her counsel-why she had kept it during all the talk on the stage, even though that talk had vitally interested her.

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