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高國培老師的網頁 Website of KO SIR
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【我的相片集 I】:我與學生的美好時刻
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IX. 透過我的鏡頭看運動場上的學生之一
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Seen in My Camera)(100)
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【我的相片集 II】:我旅遊或閒遊時捕捉的影像
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95. 秋花依然嫵媚
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【我的相片集 III】:我的遊蹤身影
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R. 我在北京、陝西、甘肅、青海、寧夏、內蒙古的遊蹤身影之三(完)
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【我的相片集 IV】:我的歷史記憶
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丁善德
(Ding Shan-de, 1911-1995)
137. 丁善德:長征交響曲 (Long March Symphony) (complete) (1:09:26): I.(0:00)踏上征途 (Step on the Journey);II.(18:55)紅軍,各族人民的親人 (Red Army, the Endearing One for the People of All Nationalities);III.(30:11)飛奪瀘定橋 (Speed Wrest of the Luding Bridge);IV.(37:26)翻雪山,過草地 (Over the Snow-capped Mountain, Cross the Vast Grassland);V.(55:52)勝利會師 (Triumphant Junction) (all in one file) (posted 2020.1.29)

我的音樂推介:137. 丁善德的五樂章交響曲作品《長征交響曲》是少有的中國人創作的具國際知名度的交響曲,作品規模、氣魄宏大和有強大的藝術表現力。1933年10月,蔣介石調集50萬軍隊,對中央革命根據地發動第五次「圍剿」。最終中共錯誤指揮,讓紅軍傷亡重大,於是開始戰略轉移,就有了二萬五千里長征。丁善德對他的作品有如下說明:「交響曲《長征》是我1962年完成的一部大型音樂作品。從開始醞釀到在譜紙上寫完最後一個音符,前後花了三年多時間。在譜寫這一作品的漫長日子裡,中國工農紅軍二萬五千里長征這一驚天動地、泣鬼神的偉大業績,始終是催促和激勵我努力寫好這部交響曲的強大動力。」樂曲的五個樂章和開始時間分別是:I.(0:00)踏上征途;II.(18:55)紅軍,各族人民的親人;III.(30:11)飛奪瀘定橋;IV.(37:26)翻雪山,過草地;V.(55:52)勝利會師。】(貼於2020.1.29)
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BACKGROUND MUSIC: 丁善德:《長征交響曲》

153. 考考你:試解釋以下各名詞:obbligato, ostinato, recapitulation, sinfonietta, tempo primo。】(posted 2020.2.25)
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黃自
(Huang Tzu, 1904-1938)
152. 【舊問題:以下是一首歌曲開頭部份的歌詞:「人皆有父,翳我獨無?人皆有母,翳我獨無?白雲悠悠,江水東流。小鳥歸去已無巢,兒欲歸去已無舟,何處覓源頭?何處覓源頭?莫道兒是被棄的羔羊,莫道兒已哭斷了肝腸!人世的慘痛,豈僅是失了爹娘?......」你知道這首歌曲的名字嗎?作曲者是誰?他作有中國第一部管弦樂(orchestral music)作品,你知道它的名字嗎?此外他作有中國第一部清唱劇(cantata)作品(未完成,由後人補遺完成),作品的名字是甚麼?】(posted 2020.2.2)

無人試答,可惜!答案:歌曲的名字是《天倫歌》,作曲者是黃自。他作的中國第一部管弦樂作品的名字是《懷舊》。他作的中國第一部清唱劇作品的名字是《長恨歌》。(《天倫歌》的全曲歌詞:人皆有父,翳我獨無?人皆有母,翳我獨無?白雲悠悠,江水東流。小鳥歸去已無巢,兒欲歸去已無舟,何處覓源頭?何處覓源頭?莫道兒是被棄的羔羊,莫道兒已哭斷了肝腸!人世的慘痛,豈僅是失了爹娘?奮起啊,孤兒,警醒吧!迷途的羔羊。收拾起痛苦的呻吟,獻出你赤子的心情,老吾老以及人之老,幼吾幼以及人之幼,收拾起痛苦的呻吟,獻出你赤子的心情,服務犧牲,服務犧牲,捨己為人無薄厚。浩浩江水,靄靄白雲,莊嚴宇宙亙古存,大同博愛,共享天倫!)

My Favourites of Bach's Music:
Concerto for Two Violins, Strings & Basso Continuo in D minor, BWV1043
Orchestral Suite No.1 in C major, BWV1066
Orchestral Suite No.4 in D major, BWV1069
St Matthew Passion, BWV244
Brandenburg Concerto No.2 in F major, BWV1047
Brandenburg Concerto No.3 in G major, BWV1048
Brandenburg Concerto No.4 in G major, BWV1049
Brandenburg Concerto No.5 in D major, BWV1050
Brandenburg Concerto No.6 in B flat major, BWV1051
Orchestral Suite No.2 in B minor, BWV1067
Mass in B minor, BWV232
Bach/Gounod: Ave Maria (Meditation sur le prelude de Bach)
Orchestral Suite No.3 in D major, BWV1068
Brandenburg Concerto No.1 in F major, BWV1046
My Favourites of Mozart's Music:
Concerto for Flute, Harp and Оrchestra in C major, K299
Clarinet Concerto in A major, K622
Symphony No.31 in D major, K297 "Paris"
Symphony No.39 in E flat major, K543
Symphony No.41 in C major, K551 "Jupiter"
Symphony No.38 in D major, K504 "Prague"
Piano Concerto No.24 in C minor, K491
Violin Concerto No.3 in G major, K216
Eine kleine Nachtmusik, K525
Piano Concerto No.23 in A major, K488
Sinfonia concertante for Violin, Viola and Orchestra in E flat major, K364
Piano Concerto No.20 in D minor, K466
Symphony No.40 in G minor, K550
Requiem in D minor, K626
My Favourites of Beethoven's Music:
Symphony No.2 in D major, Op.36
Symphony No.1 in C major, Op.21
Symphony No.4 in B flat major, Op.60
Symphony No.8 in F major, Op.93
Piano Concerto No.4 in G major, Op.58
Piano Sonata No.8 in C minor, Op.13 "Pathetique"
Symphony No.7 in A major, Op.92
Septet in E flat major, Op.20
Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat major, Op.73 "Emperor"
Symphony No.5 in C minor, Op.67 "Fate"
Symphony No.6 in F major, Op.68 "Pastoral"
Violin Concerto in D major, Op.61
Symphony No.9 in D minor, Op.125 "Choral"
Symphony No.3 in E flat major, Op.55 "Eroica"
Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor, Op.37
My Previously Written What Charming Music of Bruckner's Seventh Symphony with instant music listening
My Previously Written A Night of Verdi's Messa da Requiem with instant music listening
長洲國民學校畢業師生合照(相片購於1962.5.18):
上排左起:陳漢祺、江文田、梁培勲、盧少明、洪世琼、郭予展、潘志勤、楊國昌、高國培、柯德輔、羅銘聲、王文威、劉達強、胡貽仁、陳錦洪、林漢禎、李慶欣、張棠坤、張鴻坤、史進民、盧日昌、張其濂、李治平、胡浩霖、黃浩祥、甘立志
下排左起:蕭桂娥、戴錦章、鄧燕卿、余秀英、葉麗珍、吳倪貞、劉彥芝、陳婉霞、謝佩羣、伍家珍、黃潔芳、高惠蓮、王玉琼、顏秀麗、林秀敏、關少明、龔偉奇、麥詠彬、阮譯榮、鄺志遠、梁炯鋈、梁炯昌、高輝煌。
教六年級及指導會考老師:校長李超人(左12)、韓文(左11)、劉永基(左7)、陳贊康(左6?)、陳劍英(左13?)、劉文美、伍卓英。(註:?號表示可能有錯;未標示位置因不確定是哪個相中人。)
我的歷史記憶 My Historical Memories



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我捕捉的異地風情:穿過長江三峽其一
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我的歷史記憶:與第二任教學校師生的聯誼活動
我的歷史記憶:那年舊生相約到青山寺(右2:王偉芬)



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小約翰史特勞斯(Johann Strauss II)布拉姆斯(Brahms)比才(Bizet)柴可夫斯基(Tchaikovsky)德伏扎克(Dvorak)
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379. <此情可待成追憶:懷念初為人師時的學生>補充篇(根據關俊殿同學提供資料的修正版)

說明:多得關俊殿同學仔細閱讀過我這篇文章後,指正了一些同學人名的寫法和補充了老師的名字和職務,我才可以作出這裡的更正和補充,他真有心!非常多謝他!亦借此再次多謝賴浩銘同學之前提供的資料!


賴浩銘同學讀過我寫的《此情可待成追憶:懷念初為人師時的學生》後,化了一番心力在我和他們合照的運動日相片上加上各人的名字(除了他都說不出名字的3人)後,再把它傳給我。此外,他又化了一番功夫依據他們在畢業照上的位置製作了一個名字次序表傳給我,非常非常多謝他!我在這個《補充篇》裡補上它們。

以下是運動日照片:

以下是依據畢業(英文中學第十六屆,1976年)照上各人位置的名字順序表,對照其下的畢業照中各同學:

ROW11張瑞添2岑樵堅3何茂峰4呂子標5黎瀚星6潘兆忠7李鴻健8陳偉成9盧志雄10蔡榮榮
ROW21周業明2高鏡景3何明宗4鄭泳堂5姚漢華6關俊殿7賴浩銘8鄭健良9方仲儀10高鏡光11林志彬
ROW31陳雪月2李惠蘭3雷碧梅4吳碧瑩5麥惠芬6郭潔瑜7司徒惠嫦8蔡玉清9謝比遜
ROW41黃錦瑤2蔡淑佩3梁婉霞4邱愛蓮5許麗蓉6馮詠儀
ROW51顏惠霖(中文部訓育主任)2張陳杏清(校牧及副事務主任)3周文龍(教務主任)4趙汝樟(F5班主任)5李明道牧師6鄧宗煊(校長)7梁麥坤儀(英文科老師)8王仁傑(地理科老師)9李錦泰(數學科老師)10李國堯(物理科老師)

部分同學的名字結合相片中的容貌(只可惜40多年前的相片質素不像今天相片的銳利明亮),重新勾回了我對他們的一些美好記憶和印象,益發增添我對他們絲絲的思念!這份對初為人師時的學生的感情,就像一個人對自己人生開始有明確記憶的童年往事的追憶、對自己開始認真有求學目標的小學階段的緬懷、對初戀情人無法完全斬斷情絲的思念一樣濃烈、深刻。

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75. My Wonderful Blood Pressure Readings


Today I checked my blood pressure twice and the readings were:
At 14:00: SYS: 100 mmHg / DIA: 68 mmHg / PUL: 79 beats per minute
At 14:29: SYS: 101 mmHg / DIA: 66 mmHg / PUL: 83 beats per minute

What wonderful blood pressure readings of mine these were! They were even better readings than those obtained a few months ago as mentioned in my previous article "My Recent Blood Pressure Values" (SYS: 122 mmHg / DIA: 78 mmHg / PUL: 75 beats per minute).

One should have an understanding to blood pressure readings and their significance to health so that precautions and steps can be taken early to avoid getting high blood pressure, thus avoiding the possibilities of getting serious heart or brain disease that would kill life.

The following article taken from the Web explains definitions of terms and criteria of normal or high blood pressure, and is worthy of a thorough and careful reading.



Understanding Blood Pressure Readings
(https://www.heart.org/en/health-topics/high-blood-pressure/understanding-blood-pressure-readings)


What do your blood pressure numbers mean?

The only way to know if you have high blood pressure (HBP, or hypertension) is to have your blood pressure tested. Understanding your results is key to controlling high blood pressure.

Healthy and unhealthy blood pressure ranges

Learn what's considered normal, as recommended by the American Heart Association. See the chart.

Note: A diagnosis of high blood pressure must be confirmed with a medical professional. A doctor should also evaluate any unusually low blood pressure readings(Note#).

Blood pressure categories

The five blood pressure ranges as recognized by the American Heart Association are:

Normal

Blood pressure numbers of less than 120/80 mm Hg are considered within the normal range. If your results fall into this category, stick with heart-healthy habits like following a balanced diet and getting regular exercise.

Elevated

Elevated blood pressure is when readings consistently range from 120-129 systolic and less than 80 mm Hg diastolic. People with elevated blood pressure are likely to develop high blood pressure unless steps are taken to control the condition.

Hypertension Stage 1

Hypertension Stage 1 is when blood pressure consistently ranges from 130-139 systolic or 80-89 mm Hg diastolic. At this stage of high blood pressure, doctors are likely to prescribe lifestyle changes and may consider adding blood pressure medication based on your risk of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD), such as heart attack or stroke.

Hypertension Stage 2

Hypertension Stage 2 is when blood pressure consistently ranges at 140/90 mm Hg or higher. At this stage of high blood pressure, doctors are likely to prescribe a combination of blood pressure medications and lifestyle changes.

Hypertensive crisis

This stage of high blood pressure requires medical attention. If your blood pressure readings suddenly exceed 180/120 mm Hg, wait five minutes and then test your blood pressure again. If your readings are still unusually high, contact your doctor immediately. You could be experiencing a hypertensive crisis.

If your blood pressure is higher than 180/120 mm Hg and you are experiencing signs of possible organ damage such as chest pain, shortness of breath, back pain, numbness/weakness, change in vision or difficulty speaking, do not wait to see if your pressure comes down on its own. Call 911.

Your blood pressure numbers and what they mean

Your blood pressure is recorded as two numbers:

Systolic blood pressure (the first number) – indicates how much pressure your blood is exerting against your artery walls when the heart beats.

Diastolic blood pressure (the second number) – indicates how much pressure your blood is exerting against your artery walls while the heart is resting between beats.

Which number is more important?

Typically, more attention is given to systolic blood pressure (the first number) as a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease for people over 50. In most people, systolic blood pressure rises steadily with age due to the increasing stiffness of large arteries, long-term buildup of plaque and an increased incidence of cardiac and vascular disease.

However, either an elevated systolic or an elevated diastolic blood pressure reading may be used to make a diagnosis of high blood pressure. According to recent studies, the risk of death from ischemic heart disease and stroke doubles with every 20 mm Hg systolic or 10 mm Hg diastolic increase among people from age 40 to 89.


(Note#: How low is too low for blood pressure: Within certain limits, the lower your blood pressure reading is, the better. There is also no specific number at which day-to-day blood pressure is considered too low, as long as none of the symptoms of trouble are present.

Symptoms of low blood pressure: Most doctors will only consider chronically low blood pressure as dangerous if it causes noticeable signs and symptoms, such as: Dizziness or lightheadedness / Nausea / Fainting (syncope) / Dehydration and unusual thirst / Dehydration can sometimes cause blood pressure to drop. However, dehydration does not always cause low blood pressure. Fever, vomiting, severe diarrhea, overuse of diuretics and strenuous exercise can all lead to dehydration, a potentially serious condition in which your body loses more water than you take in. Even mild dehydration (a loss of as little as 1 percent to 2 percent of body weight) can cause weakness, dizziness and fatigue. / Lack of concentration / Blurred vision / Cold, clammy, pale skin / Rapid, shallow breathing / Fatigue / Depression)

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丁善德
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137. 丁善德:長征交響曲 (Long March Symphony) (complete) (1:09:26): I.(0:00)踏上征途 (Step on the Journey);II.(18:55)紅軍,各族人民的親人 (Red Army, the Endearing One for the People of All Nationalities);III.(30:11)飛奪瀘定橋 (Speed Wrest of the Luding Bridge);IV.(37:26)翻雪山,過草地 (Over the Snow-capped Mountain, Cross the Vast Grassland);V.(55:52)勝利會師 (Triumphant Junction) (all in one file) (posted 2020.1.29)

我的音樂推介:137. 丁善德的五樂章交響曲作品《長征交響曲》是少有的中國人創作的具國際知名度的交響曲,作品規模、氣魄宏大和有強大的藝術表現力。1933年10月,蔣介石調集50萬軍隊,對中央革命根據地發動第五次「圍剿」。最終中共錯誤指揮,讓紅軍傷亡重大,於是開始戰略轉移,就有了二萬五千里長征。丁善德對他的作品有如下說明:「交響曲《長征》是我1962年完成的一部大型音樂作品。從開始醞釀到在譜紙上寫完最後一個音符,前後花了三年多時間。在譜寫這一作品的漫長日子裡,中國工農紅軍二萬五千里長征這一驚天動地、泣鬼神的偉大業績,始終是催促和激勵我努力寫好這部交響曲的強大動力。」樂曲的五個樂章和開始時間分別是:I.(0:00)踏上征途;II.(18:55)紅軍,各族人民的親人;III.(30:11)飛奪瀘定橋;IV.(37:26)翻雪山,過草地;V.(55:52)勝利會師。】(貼於2020.1.29)
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153. 【考考你:試解釋以下各名詞:obbligato, ostinato, recapitulation, sinfonietta, tempo primo。】(posted 2020.2.25)
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152. 【舊問題:以下是一首歌曲開頭部份的歌詞:「人皆有父,翳我獨無?人皆有母,翳我獨無?白雲悠悠,江水東流。小鳥歸去已無巢,兒欲歸去已無舟,何處覓源頭?何處覓源頭?莫道兒是被棄的羔羊,莫道兒已哭斷了肝腸!人世的慘痛,豈僅是失了爹娘?......」你知道這首歌曲的名字嗎?作曲者是誰?他作有中國第一部管弦樂(orchestral music)作品,你知道它的名字嗎?此外他作有中國第一部清唱劇(cantata)作品(未完成,由後人補遺完成),作品的名字是甚麼?】(posted 2020.2.2)

無人試答,可惜!答案:歌曲的名字是《天倫歌》,作曲者是黃自。他作的中國第一部管弦樂作品的名字是《懷舊》。他作的中國第一部清唱劇作品的名字是《長恨歌》。(《天倫歌》的全曲歌詞:人皆有父,翳我獨無?人皆有母,翳我獨無?白雲悠悠,江水東流。小鳥歸去已無巢,兒欲歸去已無舟,何處覓源頭?何處覓源頭?莫道兒是被棄的羔羊,莫道兒已哭斷了肝腸!人世的慘痛,豈僅是失了爹娘?奮起啊,孤兒,警醒吧!迷途的羔羊。收拾起痛苦的呻吟,獻出你赤子的心情,老吾老以及人之老,幼吾幼以及人之幼,收拾起痛苦的呻吟,獻出你赤子的心情,服務犧牲,服務犧牲,捨己為人無薄厚。浩浩江水,靄靄白雲,莊嚴宇宙亙古存,大同博愛,共享天倫!)


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謎語491:漢朝文書(猜《三國演義》人物)。

謎語492:僧穿綵衣(猜《水滸傳》人物綽號)。

謎語493:久旱逢甘霖(猜《水滸傳》人物綽號)。

謎語494:劉關張結義處(猜台灣地名)。

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謎語496:美哉嘉陵(猜雲南地名)。

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Words from JANE EYRE (簡愛) Series 53 (posted 2019.2.28)
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WORDA USE IN SENTENCEanswer
261 eminencea man of political eminenceMEANING IN CHINESE?
262 hackneyeda hackneyed phrase/subjectMEANING IN CHINESE?
263 electedIncreasing numbers of people elect to work from home nowadays.MEANING IN CHINESE?
264 involuntaryan involuntary cry of painMEANING IN CHINESE?
265 forteLanguages were never my forte.MEANING IN CHINESE?
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Match MEANING IN CHINESE A-E to WORD 156-160 and check the ANSWER at the bottom to see if you have matched them correctly.
WORDA USE IN SENTENCE
156 nudgingHe nudged his way through the crowd.
157 manifestlyThe party has manifestly failed to achieve its goal.
158 wedgedThe boat was now wedged between the rocks.
159 joltedHis remark jolted her into action.
160 leerHe looked at her with an evil leer.
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Words from PRIDE AND PREJUDICE (傲慢與偏見) Series 29 (posted 2020.2.20)
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141 predicateThe article predicates that the market collapse was caused by weakness of the dollar.
142 substantiveThe report concluded that no substantive changes were necessary.
143 floggedHe was publicly flogged for breaking the country's alcohol laws.
144 railShe railed against the injustice of it all.
145 iniquitousan iniquitous system/practice
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1-20 prim objectionable devoid engender underhand shabby homily shrewd desist impart propensity thwart indemnity shroud aversion emblem consternation expedient rivet subdue
21-40 reprimand uncongenial deem peremptorily precocious instigate browbeat tantrum romp forsake continuum downright disseminate embody imminent articulate protracted digression nuance preoccupation
41-60 flabby antipathy totter ignominy frantic meagre fervent petrified fret surge chide shrine studded dingy rummage daunt deliberate haul denude nimble
61-80 remorse devour blast racy sombre preternatural thaw laden morose quell frivolous shudder gnaw indefatigable abominable clamour grotesque relapse ignominious ominous
81-100 lull cessation ruddy tinkle heave disagreeable regale inflict unavailing slacken studious acquit(oneself) commendation chastise flit prerogative disown severity animosity foresight
101-120 frown relinquish flutter gaunt dejected doom mortify exhort evince repugnance stride obtrusive elude profusion Rubicon construe scalding tenacious craving wreathe
121-140 ameliorate stall genial girdle predispose abate covert absolve impulsive chafe constrict stifling stagnate preclude chasten swimmingly alleviate baffle redeem feat
141-160 invoke misgiving ajar delirious scourge allegiance prop twilight prolong fleeting tedious soporific fumble ostensible despicable eddy torrent asunder contagion sumptuous
161-180 obviate stalwart attest shirk ardent perceptive obscure swerve scrutinise hurl desertion warble straggle incumbent aspiration unimpeachable fastidious swathe salient declaim
181-200 propitious effigy fitful prattle belie stately influx tabernacle spite vault muffle sneaking avert irksome elicit streak scanty ghastly rend uproot
201-220 invalid crouch pamper mistime chisel rally hem deformity converse spurn sprain covet clatter chink crag officious clasp vocation grimace waft
221-240 clang throng bask divest flank marvel novice revel(in sth) interject blasphemous billow fleck dusk muster rear braid trim aver gale quell
241-260 blunder impediment contemplation brusque prominence foster sentient lump demeanour ditto gall deign exacting piqued dispense(with) affectation sneer censure exquisite gush
261-280 eminence hackneyed elected involuntary forte
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1-20 aspersions relish doleful meander sullen tumble submissively furtive propitiate rumple aggravate wallow gape muttering rashly foreboding disposition confound preside captive
21-40 atrocious stale convulsive jerk quench scrutiny entail broil surly enact slouch phlegmatic diffidence bashfully repudiate tickle dexterity whopping fidget gasp
41-60 dismal utterance snort giddy slant coaxing stout forlorn bristle fusty perch irreparable stupendous conspicuous dread grim grin peculiarity stump sneeze
61-80 ferocious flinch blazing quake limp boisterous slash malicious corroborate imposition rave outlast recline writhe pretension loom implore mortality recompense ravages
81-100 unflinching tantalizing hoarse flag mirth jest counterfeit prowl tangible uproar bait albeit shuffle mimic lounge evade candour disdainful exalted confer
101-120 harass dire nudge simper prodigious assent bluff pygmy sledge vociferous chuckle tuck prostrate jumble strife speck incoherent gruff inquisitive bleak
121-140 shred strain brimful slap insinuate actuate ratify efficacious ablige pretence meekly falter remonstrate torment abet sulky delusion dispassionate irksome shun
141-160 diabolical clammy sputter loiter hush pine rusty puff precede mope astray shabby moody ruffle broach nudging manifestly wedged jolted leer
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1-20 deign emphatic stoutly barefaced surmise fastidious horrid affectation candour denominate shackle civilly elated courteous hack piqued impertinent impose(on) consolation (no/not)inconsiderable
21-40 propriety inducement archly reverie insipidity/insipid strictures intrepidity/intrepid entailed (in)default(of) becoming extort prognostics/prognosis contrivance contempt draughts abominable (not one)jot poorly loo paltry
41-60 captivation/captivate despicable profuse/profusion mince come(away)(with sth) efficacy/efficacious tax(with) invalid odious laudable rashness/rashly atoned obstinacy/obstinate subsisting resented indignity reel premeditated affront compass
61-80 overheard diffuseness/diffuse perpetually/perpetual insufferably tedious inclination plague hug vouch(for sth) resentful articulate fraught fascination deployment/deploy juxtaposition ostensibly aggrandisement endorse inconsequential irretrievable
81-100 impersonal irrepressible obtusely/obtuse discourse subversive assimilating aftermath subdivision enshrined critique hierarchies egalitarian polemic self-perpetuating decadent excursive/excursion envisage unchaste/chaste precarious pervasive
101-120 appropriated reasserts disruptive comfortingly/comforting circumscribed requisite complicit meekness/meek contention preoccupation stereotyped primly intones conceited contingent incompatible attribute contentious punctuated castigates
121-140 enacts melodrama punitive resigned chastened constraint allegiance precedents mediated constituency consolidation/consolidate stock ostentatious dismantle unobtrusive aesthetic vestigial expertise propitious unassailable
141-160 predicate substantive flogged rail iniquitous

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