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bubblings ne'er remember.396 s gained so much renown....276 p rumor-the report of evil..740 *r don't you r. sweet Alice....379 8 give infamy renown....

sell me your good report*..279 d I'll r. thee, Glencairn.......379 O here's health and r. to his..615 i Reports-bring me no more r. *436 / I remember, I remember...380 0 is bought endlesse r.. 351 e innocence despises false r..681 0 I remember, I remember...613 k renown and grace is dead*.350 g Repose-action; beauty is r...101 k I remember the roses......218 e r. is like the summer... 766 k ah! can I e'er know repose. 42 it r. whan it passed is .....

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r. more than thou goest* ...511 g seizes the r., and holds it...6520 its tone could reach the R. 484 * 'tis time to run, 'tis time...540 ? some day R. ascend his.....267 d make rich the ribs* ..211 m Rider-proud r. on so proud. * 21 d so things seemr, no matter 144 e makes men r. in greatest...112 1 steed that knows his rider]459 e still in the right to stayt...489 many of the r. are damned*485 c want of a horse ther, is....497ee stronger than the wrong...164 24 men are neither suddenly.501 kk Rides-rides upon the storm..274 e strove for the right.. mind that makes the*..

trouble r. behind and.......792 r. sure, was in the right.. ..346 r most rich, being poor*. 84 k Riding-hood-by the r-h.'s....458 k that r. was right, and there.529 neither rich nor raret. .661 m Ridicule-ever-ready notes of..50 k that right we hold by**. no law to make thee rich*..485 | r. is the test of truth........621 n the right divine of kingst..v not heard the r. complain..642 L ridicule often cuts........ .740 s the r. with two or threeti..559 O one rich thing that morn...243 ? subject of ridicule.... ..733 p the truth is alway right....623 opinion, shall never be rich.499 took for truth the test of r.621 U they smile so when one's c. 455 s poor, and content is r*.....485 d with her of r. the test .621 u think the last opinion r.1...461 d rebuke the rich offender... 450 ; Ridiculous-aliver., and dead1349 n 'tis thou that spurn'st at*..461 n regular, r. Don Rataplane..643 C be never so ridiculous*.....127 m title of present right and...511 i rich and poor around it....284 g made arms ridiculous**....579 i to see what is r. and not to. 121 r. and poor, through joy...605 p. magnificent and ther......101 u to the just right..

.806 v r. and rare were the gems. 434 j no spectacle so ridiculous..399 n to the left and right). r. a pearl for carnal swine. 621 g one step above the r... 75 1 ultimate notion of r. is.....529 k r. as he was, could hardly..643 C r. in the country as*.

whatever is, is right: ...510 i r., from the very want of..642 h sublime to the ridiculous...581 h what r., what true, whatt..623 C r. in barren famo returnt..339 a Riddle-glory, jest and r. off..371 v when law can do no right*..499 e r., in having such a jewel*.377 k Riddles-r. as any sphinx......31 € wrong all things come r... 75 c rich in their pride...... .230 9 Rifle-r. and the bayonet-blade635 p wrong conduct appear r....691 m r. man's son inherits carest7642 n rifle in hand I roam'd.... 87lRighted-British wrangs be r..468 d rich men look sad and*. .639 Rifleman-by a r. hid in the...442 u Righteous-perils doe enfold..472 į rich men rule the law......437 ; Rift-little r. within the lutet.408 Í Righteousness-inherite r.....342 h rich the treasure, sweet....475 ; Rifts-rifts of splendor........2237 in such righteousness** .198 r. with the spoils of nature.410 é Rigadoon-and ancient r.l.....128 righteousness tried by.. r, with the spoils of time...600 1 Right-all right and wrong. .707 m

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equal r. to the use of land..338 v r. authorized by Heaven...759 wishes to become rich.. ...7398 every cranny but ther.....354 j r. are invaded or seriously.638

youth is not rich in time... 673 a every one is in the right....765 e rights of the father of three178 Rícher-quiet mind is r.......111 C faith that R. makes Might..163 u [the blacks] had no rights .560 C

r. than Peruvian mines.....652 e firmness in the right... 86 na the rights of man. Riches-all the r, of this..... 642 e first a right to life.... 529 they their r. should lose...484 h bear'st thy heavy r. but*...642 v for r. is right since God....529 9 we hold like rights

238 = collected r. from every .428 i faith that R, makes Might..529 ; who invades our rights. .6:25 t get r, first, get wealth** 13 1 from that r. to part an** ...376 C Rigmarole-the learn d call r.1 573m glory of r. and of beauty...750 k generalities of natural r....529 d Rigol-this golden r. hath*....582 u heaven had looked upon r..643 d God defend the right*......498 9 Rigour-'tis r. and not law*...328 heavens all riches flow.....642 k guarantee for being right.. 79 Rill-household r, murmurs..415 k if your riches are yours....500 d he alone, does right ..593 c in every rill a sweet........652 c infinite r. in a little room...642 0 Heaven aid the right.. .640 k music in the gushing of al.404 influence of riches.........739 r if I am right thy gracet. .489 reed-encircled r., oozes.... is proud of r. is a fool.....643 e I know it was right..... ..204 g

sunshine broken in ther...584 d is the greatest riches .......642 7 I see the r. and I approve.. 82

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the lately torpid rill. .......23 p I've all but riches bodily...642 d it must be right.... 290 q Rills-a thousand rills their... 70 pray'st thou for r.? Away..369 h I would rather be r. than..529 e gurgling r. the lonely..... 413 riches are deservedly... .740 d life, I'm sure was in the r..197 n gush the summer rills .. .5417 r. are mine, fortune is in**. 13 1 life is in the rightf... .349 primroses by shelter'd r....218 k riches are now given to.....176

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maintain the right.........80766 Rím-round his couch'sgolden585 q

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..2345 r. purchased wisdom yet...651 r right as a trivet..

.503 v belt of an amethyst ring....541 S r. spring from economy....102 n right by force of beauty... 33 0 curfew must notr.

to-night. 417 righteousnesse than r......342 h right cannot be changed...682 i decoy'd into that fatal r...,128 sleepe, ther richesse, and..563 j right cannot be found. .675 / flower, a broken ring 8a that riches grow in hell**..642 9 r. is more beautiful than...101 j no park-no ring-D6.. .395 i 'tis the very r. of thyself*..663 8 r. man to fill the right.....581 2 of gold, a paltry rie

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princess of r., how I love ..530 n ring out the darkness oft., 41 c risen far above him... ...819 o r. are roads that move and.787 s ring out their delight. 40 k risen three fingers well.

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..185 2 ring out the old, ringt... 41 e Rises-everything r. but to ...682m rivers wove their charms ..147 x r. out the thousand warst.. 41 d he rises early to do wrong .416 g see the r., how they run....529 1 ring out, wild bells tot....

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the bard, the rival bard's. .173w no flowery road leads to....770 e Riot-blaze of r. cannot last*..173 O the rival of the earth 1......211 d on a lonesome road without any danger of a r.l.621 j without rival to shine.

r. wind up-hill all the way..607 g Riotous -in a riotous unrest..647 ú Rivals-not r. in commandi...627 3 rough, a weary road. .846

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127 h Ripened-souls are r. in our...369 gloomily to yon pale river..618 0 who takes no private roadt. 412 Ripeness-fill all fruit with r..544 c his mano is like a river..... 20 n Roads-block the roads ands. .277 1 Ripening-ar., nips his root*.. 76 j if ther, were dry, I am*

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like the foam on the river..354 p Roadside-golden-rod of the..229! Ripple-r. of wave and hiss...598 9 like the r., swift and clears.479 U roadside thicket hiding

r. with the ruffing breeze..446 à like the swift r. that glides.746 k waft from the r. bank, .244 T

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