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241. Bark (bas) :: Where men bark at passing forklifts women hiss and mangle any creature offensive enough to browse for shoes the same size as our own
242. Barley (gort) :: Beer can range from light ales to dark stouts depending on the proportions of malt and barley
243. Catch (vang) :: He lowered himself while Jason stood just below him to catch him if he fell
244. Crosswind (dwarswind) :: Watch for crosswinds especially on roads with truck traffic
245. Crude (ru) :: He used to be bitter and bizarre and remarkably offensive and crude
246. Drive (ry) :: As soon as he saw the gate in front of him he put the car into drive and started driving toward it
247. Energy (energie) :: A man may want to do much but he has only so much time only so much mental and physical energy
248. Glacial (Ystydperk) :: From the 3000 foot glacial valley where the plane dropped us off we went after our first slopes undulating falls that one of the many Vinson ice tributaries
249. Hedge (heining) :: The indices also reveal that art can be a poor hedge against inflation over short periods
250. Hedgerow (struweel) :: Most of the trees survive mainly in hedgerows and near rivers and ponds
251. Insecticide (insekdoder) :: The chemicals we call pesticides include insecticides herbicides and fungicides
252. Inshore (aanlandige) :: The inshore lifeboat which is designed to respond rapidly and work in very shallow and confined waters was first introduced by the RNLI in the 1970s
253. Mission (missie) :: the head of the West German mission
254. Mist (mis) :: The Tuscany hills were shrouded in mist on the morning of departure
255. Mistletoe (mistel) :: Honeyeaters are the primary pollinators for native mistletoes and certain other nectarproducing plants
256. Ocean (oseaan) :: Lazarus looked out and could see a huge vast ocean in front of him
257. Oceanography (oseanografie) :: Ashore there will be a vast interactive exhibition area with displays on international marine technology oceanography and ecology
258. Plough (ploeg) :: His sword made of ancient oak sliced through the air its tip ploughing a shallow groove in the earth
259. Ploughman (ploeƫr) :: In fact a sizeable number was left behind including the poorest inhabitants of the land such as vinedressers ploughmen and artisans
260. Samphire (zeekraal) :: Marsh samphire is more salty than rock samphire and does not have the same powerful aroma
261. Stallion (hings) :: Nine of the 13 mares cataloged at Keeneland will be sold in foal to Shadwellowned stallions
262. Wane (kwyn) :: Interest had waned over time although expectations were high that the site cleanup might reawaken it
263. Wormhole (wormgat) :: These wormholes connect not only two regions of space hence the name but also two regions of time as well

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