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Possible correct spellings for 59hrs

  • Chris
  • One day when chris christopherson came in i asked him why he thought the water supply would be better in a year or so.

  • Hairs
  • They won't split hairs about method.

  • Hires(Definition of Hires)
  • Mcwhorter nodded gravely: aye, lass-but, when all is said an' done, what colston wants-what he hires an' pays for, is cowpunchin'-the work o' the head an' hands.

  • Herds
  • They travel from their own country in the south-east, and advance through the jungle, and when about to approach the herds, stoop down, covering their bodies with their shields of bull-hide.

  • Herr
  • Herr uthoug had just lit the gas, and was on the point of sitting down at his american roll-top desk, when peer entered.

  • Hiss(Definition of hiss)
  • Our mountains are dark and gloomy,-the fields are wild and desolate,-there are rocks, glaciers and shrieking torrents that hiss like serpents gliding into the sea!

  • Heroes(Definition of Heroes)
  • 24. uncertain 'tis to know, when we all come together, sons of victorious heroes, which is the bravest born.

  • Hurts
  • Rsi
  • Res(Definition of res)
  • Hhs
  • To be acceptable to hhs, this vaccine was to be protective against anthrax in three doses or less.

  • Hears
  • He will pretend to be as surprised as any one when he hears i have gone.

  • Hoes
  • Hers(Definition of Hers)
  • The eyes they shall be hers."

  • Harris
  • "and anyway i'm writin' out nothing for lorson harris.

  • Unfixedly
  • Hrh
  • Yrs
  • Hts
  • Has(Definition of Has)
  • That has nothing to do with it, however."

  • Hera(Definition of hera)
  • Ixion was a king of thessaly to whom zeus accorded the privilege of joining the festive banquets of the gods; but, taking advantage of his exalted position, he presumed to aspire to the favour of hera, which so greatly incensed zeus, that he struck him with his thunderbolts, and commanded hermes to throw him into tartarus, and bind him to an ever-revolving wheel.

  • Hares
  • One of those two-legged beasts that hunt hares; a thing like giles and tom-yes, tom?

  • Hrs
  • Horus(Definition of horus)
  • Hoers
  • Hos
  • Hr
  • Hus
  • Uncomplicate
  • Haas
  • During the year 1881 small collections of stone implements and articles of pottery were forwarded to the bureau by dr. wills de haas.

  • Hess(Definition of hess)
  • But now the idlers in the hess house lobby did not exist.

  • Harms
  • By doing this he harms himself more than the starfish!

  • Unnoteworthy
  • Harps
  • Although we are prisoners in a foreign land, although we are far, very far from our native homes, although our harps are hung upon the weeping willows of slavery, nevertheless america is still preferred above our chiefest joy, and the last wish of our departing souls shall be her peace, her prosperity, her liberty forever.

  • Heirs
  • In the event of the marriage or death of lily, then the whole was to pass to mary and her heirs.

  • Harts
  • Who hath made my feet like the feet of harts: and who setteth me upon high places.

  • Horse(Definition of horse)
  • Hews
  • I have heard so much, lately, about artists who do not do their own work, that i feel disposed to raise the veil upon the mysteries of the studio, and enable those who are interested in the subject to form a just conception of the amount of assistance to which a sculptor is fairly entitled, as well as to correct the false, but very general impression, that the artist, beginning with the crude block, and guided by his imagination only, hews out his statue with his own hands.

  • Harks
  • That art has a definite purpose to perpetuate the creative will and that god endowed his image with a genesic instinct that he might create and thus reproduce his kind every one knows, but to contend that one is a manifestation of the other is puerile, unenlightened, and harks back to barbarism.

  • Hare(Definition of hare)
  • You catch your hare before you cook it, you know.

  • Harass(Definition of harass)
  • Picked men were told off as snipers to worry and harass the enemy.

  • Horns
  • Hays
  • " " 1873, tuesday, " " " " 1877, sunday, rutherford b. hays.

  • Hes
  • They say, lord, that the spirit of the mountain is angry, and passes down yonder flying light that is called the road of hes to work some evil to our land.

  • Houris
  • Hurls
  • Hues
  • Heresy(Definition of heresy)
  • Obstinate heresy is still a capital crime, but practically the bishops have little power of forcing heretics to stand trial.

  • His(Definition of His)
  • How do you like his looks?

  • Hs
  • Rs
  • Hours(Definition of hours)
  • Hms
  • Another naval brigade was formed from the officers and ship's company of hms pearl, which did good service, and won the respect of all associated with it.

  • Herbs
  • Then let it stand with these herbs in it a day and night.

  • Hies
  • No naughty boys can escape his eyes; he clutches them, 'spite of their tears and sighs, and away at a terrible pace he hies to his castle of killemaneetem; there he shuts them up under lock and key, and feeds them on blacking and grasshopper tea, and if ever they try to get out, you see, why, this is the way he'll treat 'em.

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