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1. derivation.
2. derivative.
3. derive.
4. derived.
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His mind went back to the night when he had been frightened by thoughts of a giant that might come to rob and plun- der him of his possessions, and again as on that night when he had run through the fields crying for a son, he became excited to the edge of insanity.
It is not my fault if der baby comes mit one arm first, so dot I can't save it.
Yes, you see, Andy, Missis wants to make time,--dat ar's clar to der most or'nary 'bserver.
The snow which had collected upon LA FENE^TRE had increased the FINSTERNISS ODER DER DUNKELHEIT, so that when I looked out I was surprised to find that the daylight was considerable, and that the BALRAGOOMAH would evidently rise before long.
Tom was like the rest of the respectable boys, in that he envied Huckleberry his gaudy outcast condition, and was un- der strict orders not to play with him.
From the wharves I strolled around and over the town, gazing with won- der and admiration at the splendid churches, beauti- ful dwellings, and finely-cultivated gardens; evincing an amount of wealth, comfort, taste, and refinement, such as I had never seen in any part of slaveholding Maryland.
Ich wage die Gedanken in der Schale meines Zornes und die Werke mit dem Gewichte meines Grimms.
I learned that the smouldering pine wood into which the second cylin- der had fallen was being shelled, in the hope of destroying that object before it opened.
All that he was allowed to say, in case of emergencies, was the proverbial Der Teufel!
There began the mischief which now threatens to rend asun- der the British empire.
I won- der what he thought had come to me before he under- stood and suddenly desisted.
Marmaduke assented to this indirect question, and the sheriff relinquished all his intentions on the subject of the ride, and, repairing to the breakfast parlor, he dispatched a messenger to require the immediate presence of Dirck Van der School.