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  • deem So you deem it wisest to pronounce a blessing after all," interrupted Godfrey.
  • dorm Clinton Fahys Building, 52-54 Maiden Lane, 1894-96 (razed) Sampson Building, 63-65 Wall Street, 1898 (razed) Hudson Building, 32-34 Broadway, 1896–98 Exchange Court Building, 52-56 Broadway, 1896-98 (altered, now the Exchange Apartments) Woodbridge Building, William and Platt Streets, NYC, 1898 (razed in 1970) Curzon House, facade redesign of #4 East 62nd Street, NYC, 1898 the Franklin Building, 9-15 Murray Street, 1898 the Chesebrough Building, 13-19 State Street, Battery Park, NYC, 1899 (razed) Graham Court Apartments, 1899-1901 Medbery Hall, Dorm Building for Hobart College, 1900 Broad Exchange Building, #25 Broad Street, New York City, 1900 Coxe Hall, Administrative and Classroom Building for Hobart College, 1901 American Exchange National Bank Building 128 Broadway, 1901 (razed) the 18-story Atlantic Building, aka the Mutual Insurance Building, Wall and William Streets, 1901 Astor Apartments, 1901-1905 Wall Street Exchange Building, 43-49 Exchange Place, 1903 Beaver Building, 1904 Hotel Astor, New York City, 1904, expanded 1909-1910 (razed 1967) 71st Infantry Regiment Armory, Park Avenue and 34th Street, NYC, 1905 (razed 1976) The Langham Apartments, one of the towering apartment buildings lining Central Park West between West 73rd and West 74th Streets, 1905-1907 U.
  • germ It travelled an endless round of memory, from cause to effect and back again to cause, looking for the single act, or thought, that must have been the starting point, that must have held the germ of his guilt.
  • item "There is a small item bearing on this point, so small as to be hardly worth calling evidence, but just worth noting.
  • perm "And probably you will go from Perm to Ekaterenburg, since that is the best and safest route by which to cross the Ural Mountains?"
  • steam Keeping close under the coast of Walcheren, the German squadron, full steam up, advanced to meet the enemy.
  • stem As well strive to stem the water then rushing up from the Nore towards London Bridge as endeavor to withstand the King's warrant.
  • storm The storm was coming nearer.
  • tam Though he could see none, the valiant rider spurred his horse like mad, and rode as Tam O'Shanter rode his fearful race when pursued by the witches of Kirk Alloway.
  • tamer The whole battle-lines gather up, all Latium and all Dardania, Mnestheus and valiant Serestus, with Messapus, tamer of horses, and brave Asilas, the Tuscan battalion and Evander's Arcadian squadrons; man by man they struggle with all their might; no rest nor pause in the vast strain of conflict.
  • tater
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  • teem
  • term
  • terms
  • tern
  • therm
  • tier
  • timer
  • tm
  • tom
  • totem
  • tum
  • Berm The removal of sediment from the beach berm and dune thus decreases the beach profile.
  • Them
  • Tim
  • Teri
  • DEM What de divil good is dem goats anyhow?
  • DIEM By constitutional provision, members are allowed, in addition to travelling expenses, a salary of 2,000 florins a year; and, under law of May 4, 1889, members of the upper house who do not live in the place of meeting receive a per diem of ten florins during the continuance of each session.
  • TERR
  • XTERM

7 words made from the letters tterm

3 letter words made from tterm:

rem, trm, ret, ter, tet, ert.

4 letter words made from tterm:

term.

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