Correct spelling for ABOTT
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Possible correct spellings for abott
And i came easy upon sleep; but yet i did fix it upon me that i slumber only with the body; for i did know, by the shining of the eyes in the darksome woods, that strange creatures abode in the mighty forests.
It was as a saloon-keeper that he founded and built his power, made himself the local middleman between our two great political factors, those who buy and break laws and those who aid and abet the lawlessness by selling themselves as voters or as office-holders.
1959 july 22 - first successful pad abort flight test with a functional escape tower attached to a mercury boilerplate.
Here the abbot induced spinello to paint in fresco two chapels which are beside the principal chapel, and two others, one on either side of the door leading to the choir in the screen of the church.
That five hundred boys shared this horrible environment with me did not abate my sufferings a jot; for it was clear that they did not find it distasteful, and they therefore became as unsympathetic for me as the smell and noise and rotting stones of the school itself.
In due course the company broke up, and miss abbott found herself without money, but a kind-hearted railroad man advised her to go to new york, and present herself to parepa-rosa.
What about the shutters?"