Correct spelling for ACOURE
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Possible correct spellings for acoure
But i do not abjure the theory.
"war is a wonderful science, mars was its patron, i'm told, how did he used to accoutre armies in battles of old? with casque, and with sling, and with shield, with bow-string and breastplate together; thus, in the ages of old, war was begun out of-leather!
Now, i think it is about time we hove anchor and said good-bye to accra.
To say that any thing short of direct moral advantage could, by any possibility, accrue to any living creature by the presentation of her ladyship in a horizontal, instead of a perpendicular position, is to assert that virtue is a question of posture, and that respectability ceases to assert itself when it ceases to appear in morning or evening dress.
Teetotums made of old cotton reels, tea-sets of acorn cups, dinner-sets of old shells, monkeys made of bits of sponge, all sorts of things made of breastbones and merrythoughts, old packs of cards that are always building themselves into houses and getting knocked down when the band begins to play, feathers, rabbits' tails-' "'ah!
In despair, so landells recorded, that his lawyers could get no satisfaction, and yet "not willing to put the whole thing into chancery," he blurted out that he should buy back bradbury and evans' share or they acquire his.