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  • dew Say that he frown, I'll own his looks I view Like morning roses newly dipped in dew."
  • few There are very few things that you can't do, if you make up your mind to them, except things that are too hard for you.
  • hew These barbarous Scythians, full of cruelty, And Moors, in whom was never pity found, Will hew us piecemeal, put us to the wheel, Or else invent some torture worse than that; Therefore die by thy loving mother's hand, Who gently now will lance thy ivory throat, And quickly rid thee both of pain and life.
  • jew He was a lawyer; perhaps she wanted that sort of help from him, wanted to know how to rid herself of the bitter bad bargain that she had made in marrying the Jew.
  • mew As he started to close the window, there was a little mew.
  • new It is so new to me that I do not believe it."
  • pew Women on entering the church take the usher's left arm, and are escorted to the pew, while their escort follows behind.
  • sew "That is very well for you to say," returned he, "who can sew and spin the whole Evening through; but I, whose long entire Day is Night, grow soe tired of it by nine o'clock, that I am fit for Nothing but Bed."
  • web Either of these, but more particularly the two last, will take insects from the spider's web.
  • wed He, too, on his dying bed called his son to him; and to this son he said many things; and among these things was that it had ever been the dearest wish of her that had gone as well as of him that was about to go that their son should wed the daughter of the widow of Jimmy Blair.
  • wee Wee are amaz'd, and thus long haue we stood To watch the fearefull bending of thy knee, Because we thought our selfe thy lawfull King: And if we be, how dare thy ioynts forget To pay their awfull dutie to our presence?
  • wei Thus wei waw, one; dei daw, necessary.
  • wen Wen I saw that I hed made a hit on him, I follered it up.
  • wet Yondah's dat Daystah, whut didn't do nuffin 'tall, 'n' he's dat wet wid sweat 'n' weak dat he c'n hahdly stan' on fo' feet, let 'lone t'ree.
  • wnw 31. { Hot Springs, 3 mi. WNW junction Trout River and Liard River.
  • wow Bow-wow may first mean a dog, then a horse, then all animals, and a child who was once shown a fir tree in the forest said it wasn't a fir tree, for fir trees come only at Christmas.
  • wsw Except for the immature individual from 5 km. WSW Puerto Juarez, all specimens were taken in mist nets over the cenote at Piste where Petrochelidon fulva also was obtained.
  • www You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www. gutenberg.
  • yew Three or four girls dozed in deck-chairs under the dark yew.
  • We " Well, of course, we try to favor our advertisers," said the spectacled one nervously.
  • Lew Wal, if it's so thet Lew Wetzel is arter him, I wouldn't give a pinch o' powder fer the white-redskin's chances of a long life."
  • Whew But the stonecutter pushes him to one side without looking to see who it is, and continues to hew at the granite: whew!
  • WW The wires WW' are very fine, and offer very high resistance to a current; so high that by the time the current from battery B has passed through all the wire loops only one-fifteenth or less of the original force is left to traverse the long-distance wire.
  • we'd I suppose we'd better go around the back way, don't you think so?

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