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  • aural The tympanum! The tympanum! Oh! who will save the aural drum By softening to some gentler squeak The whistle's shrill staccato shriek? Oh! Engine-driver, did you know How your blast smites one like a blow, An inward shock, a racking strain, A knife-like thrust of poignant pain, Whilst groping through the tunnel murk You would not with that fiendish jerk Let out that sudden blast of steam Whose screaming almost makes us scream Thy whistle weird perchance may be A sad and sore necessity, But cannot Law and sense combine To-well, in short to draw the line?- Across the open let it shrill From moor to moor, from hill to hill, But in the tunnel's crypt-like gloom, The station's cramped reverberant room, A gentler, graduated blast! Do let it loose, whilst dashing past, So shall it spare us many a pang; That dread explosive bursting "bang" Which nearly splits the aural drum, The poor long-suffering tympanum!
  • burial 1; prisoner at Pomfret, 7; death, 8; burial, 28; authorities for his reign, ii.
  • coral Half-a-mile south of Massowah, another small coral island, almost parallel to the one we describe, covered with mangroves and other rank vegetation, the proud owner of a sheik's tomb of great veneration, lies between Massowah and the Gedem peak, the high mountain forming the southern boundary of the bay.
  • feral Environment: sparse bunch grass, prostrate vines, and low-growing shrubs; lacks fresh water; primarily a nesting, roosting, and foraging habitat for seabirds, shorebirds, and marine wildlife; feral cats
  • moral The chief moral virtues are also the result of home training.
  • mural The quay promenade brings you to the old Steen Castle, and the Town Hall with its salle des marriages, its mural paintings by the industrious Baron Leys-frigid in style and execution-will repay you for the trouble.
  • nasal "Bon jour," said the father, without nasal and with a hard "j."
  • natal King took part in almost every one of the Natal battles, and when there was no fighting to do he passed the time away by such reckless exploits as going within the British firing-line at Ladysmith to capture pigs and chickens.
  • natural "It's natural, Mrs. Jett.
  • naval "If you do, you'll be sworn into the Naval service as a midshipman.
  • nepal The banks of the Arun are thence inhabited at intervals all the way to Tingre, where it enters Nepal.
  • neural The theory of mental dissociation assumes that the abnormal state of the brain that obtains during hypnosis is of this kind, a temporary functional depression of all, or of many of the associations or nervous links between the neural dispositions; that is, it regards hypnosis as a state of relative dissociation.
  • neutral No un-neutral remark of Mr. Wilson, even in private, has ever reached my ears.
  • normal The distinctness of the markings in the photographs is about normal.
  • null The very fact of my being here should make the place delightful in your eyes, Mr Null, even if I have forgotten all about you ever since I came."
  • numeral For purposes of comparison the modern Sanskrit and Arabic numeral forms are added.
  • oral 8. Let some of the questions be directed towards cultivating the student's powers of oral description.
  • rural She often interrupted the narrative with "Lawkadaisies," and other rural interjections, and simple exclamations of pity.
  • unreal And then at last Bobby permitted himself to see that of which he had been aware all the time; but which, by an effort of the will he had made temporarily as unreal to himself as St Paul's in London.
  • viral The common cold, also known simply as a cold, is a viral infectious disease of the upper respiratory tract that primarily affects the nose.
  • Knurl That has a slight knurl which grasps the paper?
  • Neal "We had intended," said Maurice, "to walk home with Neal.
  • Nodal The sentinel lymph node is the first node that drains the tumor, and subsequent SLN mapping can save 65–70% of patients with breast cancer from having a complete lymph node dissection for what could turn out to be a negative nodal basin.
  • Ural This source they had found in the uninhabited islands of the Arctic, where the formation of the Ural Mountains extends beneath the sea.
  • NRA Negative relative accommodation (NRA) was proposed by Joseph Kearney of Oxford University in 1967 as a measure of the maximum ability to relax accommodation while maintaining clear, single binocular vision.
  • Nora Why, it's Nora Sharey!
  • NORAD NORAD is a board game originally published in 1973, and later published in 1977 by the Mishler Company.
  • ARAL Environment - current issues: drying up of the Aral Sea is resulting in growing concentrations of chemical pesticides and natural salts; these substances are then blown from the increasingly exposed lake bed and contribute to desertification; water pollution from industrial wastes and the heavy use of fertilizers and pesticides is the cause of many human health disorders; increasing soil salinization; soil contamination from agricultural chemicals, including DDT

21 words made from the letters nural

4 letter words made from nural:

anlu, ulna, unal, raun, alur, arul, urna, luna, larn, runa, luar, lran, naur.

3 letter words made from nural:

lan, urn, rna, run, url, anu.

5 letter words made from nural:

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