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  • Ringing(Definition of ringing)
  • A loud voice ringing from the cliffs outside, startled columbine.

    Bells are ringing, children singing

    – Child of Winter (Christmas Song) by the beach boys
  • Grunting(Definition of grunting)
  • And the old sow kept grunting and sleeping peacefully in the sun while her children got their dinner in the usual free-fight fashion.

  • Grinding(Definition of grinding)
  • She was grinding her teeth and saying this over and over again when she heard her mother come out on the veranda with some one.

  • Winding(Definition of winding)
  • They reached the foot of the steep winding stairs, and olga paused irresolutely.

  • Urinating
  • In those with benign prostatic hyperplasia urinating in a sitting position appears to improve bladder emptying which might decrease urinary tract infections in this group.

  • Ranting(Definition of ranting)
  • Long leaf was ranting and roaring up and down the bank, vainly ordering his men to break the jam, and calling malediction upon the logs, the crew, river, and every foot of land its water lapped.

  • Wringing(Definition of Wringing)
  • At about eleven o'clock, there being still no news of them, jael dence came to mr. raby wringing her hands.

  • Fronting(Definition of Fronting)
  • My guest then seated himself with the utmost gravity in a rocking-chair, directly fronting me, and made the modest demand that i should paint a likeness of him, after the following quaint fashion:- "moodie's squaw know much-make peter nogan toder day on papare-make jacob to-day-jacob young-great hunter-give much duck-venison-to squaw."

  • Tinting(Definition of tinting)
  • She was well-mounted on a beautiful, carefully-groomed horse; the simple skirt and bodice of pale gray emphasized the pure tinting of her face and hands and the warm glow of her hair, in which the fierce sunshine forced up strong coppery gleams.

  • Granting
  • Granting that population is very desirable, would it not be well to save what we have?

  • Orienting(Definition of orienting)
  • After pointing the dot arrow on the baseplate at the target, the compass is oriented so that the needle is superimposed over the orienting arrow in the capsule.

  • Rinsing(Definition of rinsing)
  • A tray of distilled water may be used for rinsing or a tray of ordinary tap water changed several times during the rinsing.

  • Writing(Definition of writing)
  • I am writing to uhlig.

  • Renting(Definition of renting)
  • I had no thought of renting them; but i was going to see the landlords of those places and see what they would charge me to rent the windows for a week!

  • Hinting
  • An arrow buzzing by one's ear would slide into the ground and quiver there silently, menacingly, hinting of the brothers it had left in the quiver behind; to the right?

  • Rioting(Definition of rioting)
  • You wouldn't then have been abroad this summer morning"-and he pointed to the dawn just reddening in the sky-"this quiet, blessed summer morning, burning and rioting, bringing yourselves to the gallows, and your children to starvation."

  • Minting
  • The history of ancient iberian coinage begins as early as the fifth century bc, but widespread minting and circulation in the iberian peninsula did not begin until late in the third century, during the second punic war.

  • Printing(Definition of printing)
  • Barto took him to the house of sarpo, the bookseller, who possessed a small printing-press.

  • Wanting(Definition of wanting)
  • Who will you be wanting to ask?

  • Rifting
  • This further confirms the presence of initiation of seafloor spreading along the spreading axis before the extinction of rifting in the adare basin.

  • Rending(Definition of rending)
  • It is his fault that hundreds of thousands are perishing in the most heart- rending manner, and he boasts of his extraordinary good health!

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