By Mark Twain

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Creeping: arrastrando. dishonor: deshonor. dismiss: despedir, despedimos, despido, despiden, despide, despides, despedís, despedid, despidan, despida, expedir. fan: ventilador, abanico, animar, entusiasta, incitar, el ventilador, hincha, aficionado, admirador. groaned: gemido. homage: homenaje. horror: horror, aversión. naked: desnudo. repent: arrepentirse. roar: rugido, bramar, rugir, estruendo. shame: vergüenza, verguenza, pudor, oprobio, avergonzar. shamed: avergonzado. struggled: luchado. throne: trono.

Homage: homenaje. horror: horror, aversión. naked: desnudo. repent: arrepentirse. roar: rugido, bramar, rugir, estruendo. shame: vergüenza, verguenza, pudor, oprobio, avergonzar. shamed: avergonzado. struggled: luchado. throne: trono. twinkle: centellear, centellee, centelleo, centellea, centelleen, centelleas, centellean, centelleamos, centelleáis, centellead. uncanny: misterioso. Mark Twain 41 eclipse was total, and I was very glad of it, but everybody else was in misery; which was quite natural.

Ripe: maduro. rotten: podrido, corrompido. scoff: hazmerreír. scoffed: escarneció. scoffer: mofador. sparing: económico. sprang: pret de spring, saltó. swore: pret de swear, Juró. watered: regado, inflado. wearer: usuario, soporte. worm-eaten: picado por los gusanos, carcomido, apolillado. yawn: bostezo, bostezar, el bostezo. Mark Twain 27 I%was in a dismal state by this time; indeed, I was hardly enough in my right mind to keep the run of a dispute that sprung up as to how I had better be killed, the possibility of the killing being doubted by some, because of the enchantment in my clothes.

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