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Correct spelling for 0AND

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Possible correct spellings for 0and

  • Unamazing
  • Any(Definition of any)
  • "but you must not talk any more.

  • Nd(Definition of nd)
  • Or wuz you that john smith i knew out yonder in the west- that part of our republic i shall always love the best? wuz you him that went prospectin' in the spring of sixty-nine in the red hoss mountain country for the gosh-all-hemlock mine? oh, how i'd like to clasp your hand an' set down by your side and talk about the good old days beyond the big divide; of the rackaboar, the snaix, the bear, the rocky mountain goat, of the conversazzhyony 'nd of casey's tabble-dote, and a word of them old pardners that stood by us long ago (three-fingered hoover, sorry tom and parson jim, you know)! old times, old friends, john smith, would make our hearts beat high again, and we'd see the snow-top mountain like we used to see 'em then; the magpies would go flutterin' like strange sperrits to 'nd fro, and we'd hear the pines a-singing' in the ragged gulch below; and the mountain brook would loiter like upon its windin' way, ez if it waited for a child to jine it in its play.

  • Ann
  • "why, ann elizabeth," he kept repeating, in his slow and always inarticulate manner, "i-you-mine-i just never thought."

  • Ind
  • T. lloyd, 6 ind.

  • An(Definition of an)
  • How would i know such an one?

  • Ant(Definition of ant)
  • Marner's thoughts could no longer move in their old round, and were baffled by a blank like that which meets a plodding ant when the earth has broken away on its homeward path.

  • Hand(Definition of hand)
  • The priest took him by the hand.

  • Rand(Definition of rand)
  • Didn't know either you or miss leslie was aboard her until after i learned you'd thrown up the management of that rand mine.

  • Sand(Definition of sand)
  • We were all getting very tired as we neared the end of our second day's ride; tired and dirty, for the sand-storm still continued.

  • Add(Definition of add)
  • He waited, feeling for the moment that nothing he could say or do but must add to her despair, to her pain.

  • End(Definition of end)
  • I'd end all this-" "well, we won't go into that!"

  • Aid(Definition of aid)
  • It is his duty to aid us.

  • Ana(Definition of ana)
  • "anger sometimes turns to trust, ana.

  • Andy
  • Andy smiled in the darkness.

  • Ans
  • Ans. the voltage at the dynamo remains practically unchanged, and the current varies according to the load.

  • Wand
  • Band(Definition of band)
  • The band plays in the jardin de ville, off the place grenette.

  • Land(Definition of land)
  • The land is none other than nature itself.

  • And(Definition of And)
  • 16 387 never the time and the place 1883 xv.

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