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  • Peter, Luke 22, 54-62. pensive (pen'siv), thoughtful; sad. pent (pent), penned or shut up. penthouse (pent'hous '), a shed sloping from the main wall or building, as over a door or window.

    Elson Grammar School Literature v4

  • New Photos of Banyo, Vaccination Campaign, my hous ...

    International Women's Day (with my next door neighboor Adabou)

  • The next stop is 'Japan House' one of the many national hous venues around the city.

    Andy Miah: My Beijing 2008: One World, One Private Party?

  • They call this reflex man a Co – Walker, every way like the man, as a twin-brother and companion haunting him as his shadow, as is that seen and known among men resembling the originall, both before and after the originall is dead, and was also often seen of old to enter a hous, by which the people knew that the person of that liknes was to visit them within a few days.

    A Legend of Montrose

  • She keepit close the hous, and birlit at the quhele.

    The Abbot

  • Butt this verie morninge, I can assur yowe, hir ladishippe is gon with yowre spowse to Tonbrigge; and theire they are to take lodgings, or a hous; and Mr.B. is after to come to town, and settel matters to go downe to hir, where they are to liue as man and wiffe.

    Pamela

  • And that was mis-s-s-tress, with two other hissing words to accompany it, of this-s-s hous-s-e: but to what childish follies does not pride make one stoop! —

    Pamela

  • Til that the god Mercurius hous, the slye — (Unfinished.)

    The Canterbury Tales

  • And in that same place was Abrahames hous: and there he satt and he saughe 3 persones, and worschipte but on; as Holy Writt seyethe, Tres vidit et unum adoravit: that is to seyne, He soughe 3, and worschiped on: and of tho same resceyved Abraham the aungeles in to his hous.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Also 2 myle fro Jerico is flom Jordan: and an half myle more nyghe, is a faire chirche of Seynt John the Baptist; where he baptised oure Lord: and there besyde, is the hous of Jeremye the prophete.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

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