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Correct spelling for AMMENDMANT
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Possible correct spellings for ammendmant
- Commandant(Definition of commandant)
- Abundant(Definition of abundant)
- Commandment(Definition of commandment)
- Attendant(Definition of attendant)
- Mendicant(Definition of mendicant)
- Amendment(Definition of amendment)
- Ascendant(Definition of ascendant)
- Impediment(Definition of impediment)
Silver may not be sold or used for any use but goldsmithery or amending of plate to make it good as sterling, so that there will be enough silver with which to make coinage.
The commandant arrived, accompanied by the general.
In this vision he shed abundant tears of consolation.
Then the king's servants, that were in the king's gate, said unto mordecai, "why transgressest thou the king's commandment?"
Could not your attendant, donnally, have seen them?
There was also don martin alaccon, administrator and vicar-general of the holy inquisition, at the head of some 290 monks of the mendicant orders, priests and familiars.
He could never free himself from a ruinous prodigality towards those about him, in spite of resolutions of amendment.
When and how were these amendments proposed?
They thought they saw a pronounced catholic tendency becoming ascendant in the conduct of affairs.
The flight to the west indies was to take off the naval force, which is the great impediment to their undertaking.