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  • bin After the coal-bin, wine-vault, and sugar-bowl, and linen-closet had been locked up, what more did she need to lock up?
  • din I never did hear such a discordant din.
  • fin After a time, the old woman felt the approach of pursuit, and said to Fin: "Look behind, and tell me what you see."
  • gin The above are all names of the same thing, of tribes of natives, of different parts of the Continent-as Lubra, Gin, Nungo, etc.
  • grin Put on a grin, man!
  • in I believe in it.
  • kin His wife's kin live here and she won't move.
  • lin He sent a powerful official named Lin to attend to it, and Lin had a sort of Boston Tea Party, as we have said, and destroyed some twenty thousand chests of opium in a very drastic way.
  • min More company coming, Min?"
  • pin Our lives would not be worth a pin."
  • rain Scott would be almost sure to notice it, even if nobody else were out in the rain.
  • rein Without another word he gave the rein to his impatient horse, and was about to set off at full speed, when he was arrested by the trapper exclaiming, "Hold on?
  • ri The following are the different descriptions of lands in the first division:- Ka ri Raj, or ka ri Siem, which are Siem's, or Crown lands.
  • rib It was easy doing according to Christian, when time and place suited, to beat out a rib of the boat, to stand his ground for a moment while the sea accomplished for him, then to drop overboard when blades struck too quick and close.
  • rid "Does he want to get rid of me?
  • rig In this also, fortune favored him, for when he drew up his hired rig outside Farquhar's house on the following evening he found that both he and his wife were out.
  • rim But he remained silent, staring at the blue rim of distant hills.
  • rind Can you tell whether anything is happening to the rind?
  • ring Now, I don't see anything wrong about that ring; do you?"
  • rink We are not in the rink.
  • rio This is three hundred miles directly north of Rio.
  • rip The harvest peace was broken by the roar of guns and the rip of bullets.
  • rn
  • ron
  • ruin
  • run
  • sin
  • tin
  • win
  • Erin We do not purpose entering into a lengthened discussion on the subject; we merely wish to contrast, with the wide spread of heresy in Western Europe, the great fact of a total absence of it in Ireland; or rather, we should say, and by so saying we confirm our reflection, that errors of a similar nature did invade the Pale in Erin at this time, without touching in any wise the children of the soil.
  • Ran And Miette ran gayly after Paul.
  • Yin
  • Orin Spearing sharks, as well as whales, was an exciting industry at this period; sharks running in large numbers along the coast, and in the waters of San Pedro Bay. In May, Orin Smith of Los Angeles, with the aid of his son, in one day caught one hundred and three sharks, from which he took only the livers; these, when boiled, yielding oil which, burned fairly well, even in its crude state.
  • RIF In the eleventh century, the Banu Hilal invaded the North African plains and plateaus, but not the mountainous areas such as the Tell Atlas range, the Rif or the Aurès Mountains and brought with them Hilalian dialects of Arabic, which over the centuries have been in significant contact with other languages, including the languages of Europe.
  • RIV

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