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361. Blade (lem) :: The knife was like a pocket knife but bigger the blade was still sharp
362. Branch (tak) :: branch of an artery
363. Byway (by wyse) :: Womens presence that is consciously and confidently feminist is even more of a stranger to the institutional highways and byways of liturgical life and death
364. Caulk (kalfateren) :: You will then want to make sure that the grout or caulk around the sink is also clean
365. Causeway (laagwaterbrug) :: Councillor Currie said the seed of his idea grew out of envy of the grand infrastructure in the Western Isles where theyve had causeways and bridges and they are all linked up
366. Circumnavigate (atmosfeer) :: To reach the other door leading to the library he would have to circumnavigate the desk
367. Glide (gly) :: I began watching him paint amazed by the way he made the paintbrush glide over the paper leaving the once blank spot alive with color
368. Helm (stuur) :: The power assisted hydraulic steering means that those with limited strength can easily helm the ship
369. Hydrofoil (vleuel) :: For the past five years Jenkins a mechanical engineer and amateur glider pilot has built three crafts on wheels skates and hydrofoils equipped with rigid carbonfiber sails
370. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
371. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
372. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
373. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
374. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
375. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
376. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
377. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
378. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
379. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
380. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
381. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
382. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
383. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
384. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
385. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
386. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
387. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
388. Jump (spring) :: Jenny gave a jump of surprise and turned bright red
389. Mast (mas) :: The billowing white sail on the mast seemed to blend in with the far off clouds that covered the horizon
390. Masthead (mashoof) :: I almost expected to see the Jolly Roger flying from the masthead
 

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