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Possible correct spellings for anofe

  • Once
  • Annoy
  • Her words were meant to annoy.

  • Avow
  • I proudly avow myself no subscriber to the code that was made by the shearers to encourage the sheep to keep on being nice docile animals, trotting meekly up to be shorn or slaughtered as their masters may decide.

  • Aloof
  • I always held myself a little aloof from them, but last summer we were at the same country resort,-i was with a sick friend at zalow,-and i saw something and heard a great deal of the meinecks."

  • Af
  • Tragedie i 5 akter af w. shakespeare.

  • Naive
  • Invoke
  • Afn
  • Afn berlin was a us-american military broadcast station located at podbielskiallee 23 in berlin-dahlem.

  • Unsafe
  • Naff
  • Unfed
  • Info
  • Anew
  • He then got up and folded his overcoat anew, and hung it over the back of the seat.

  • Arno
  • About the time when the two compagnacci went on their errand, there was another man who, on the opposite side of the arno, was also going out into the chill grey twilight.

  • Naif
  • Ante
  • The king began to open his eyes; he remarked that, as soon as he made his appearance, madame made hers too; that she remained in the corridors until after he had left; that she accompanied him back to his own apartments, fearing that he might speak in the ante-chambers to one of her maids of honor.

  • Knife
  • Unify
  • And
  • "vosh, you go and 'tend to it.

  • Infer
  • Anne
  • 45. sepulchre of st. anne.

  • Ave
  • When the colonies 'eld out their 'ands to us, it wasn't for british gold; but who 'll vouch for the love o' the britisher-born, when 'e bargains 'is honour for tariffs on corn, an' 'is loyalty's bartered an' sold? (a 'appy 'armonious fam'ly we'll make, a-arguing who shall 'ave most o' the cake!)

  • Off
  • Bypassings
  • Niff
  • Ant
  • The queen stood on deck, leaning against the mast, her eyes fixed on the shore, as the vessel swung round, and bore away towards the west;-the people, elbowing each other, and climbing up on each other's shoulders and on the posts of the quay, merely to get a passing glimpse of her beauty, all loyally cheering and waving their hats and handkerchiefs, were as indifferent to her sight and soul as an ant-heap in a garden walk.

  • Confer
  • Anode
  • 32139 (anode cable enters baltic sea) and at 55°20′24″n 13°20′14″e / 55.

  • Ono
  • Nf
  • Hanover
  • Anna
  • "mrs. lyon doesn't like me because my hair is short, for one reason," thought anna.

  • Envoy
  • Nova
  • Nov
  • Anion
  • It is a compound of a salt with an inert anion like benzoate or saccharide.

  • Ana
  • Suddenly she rose from her seat ana addressed her husband, who immediately rose also.

  • Ann
  • I quitted the room when ann came forth, and outside the door i clasped her in my arms; and in the last hour we spent together at the forest lodge she bid me greet her heart's beloved from her, and gave me for him the last october rose-bud, which my uncle had plucked for her at parting.

  • Above
  • I think you and those who are above can hear what is said."

  • Avon
  • On january 12th, 1861, the hired transport avon arrived at the gambia to convey the wing of the 1st west india regiment to the west indies, and colonel d'arcy proceeded in her to sierra leone to make arrangements for the services of a portion of the garrison of that settlement.

  • Anise
  • Indian influenced dishes include many types of curry known as kari (khmer: ការី) that call for dried spices such as star anise, cardamom, cinnamon, nutmeg and fennel as well as local ingredients like lemongrass, garlic, kaffir lime leaves, shallots and galangal that give dishes a distinctive cambodian flavor.

  • Of
  • Anon
  • Anon i will take it up.

  • Sarnoff
  • Another
  • Or let me put it in another way.

  • Annie
  • Here is quiet little annie, i'm sure.

  • Inf
  • An
  • An' you know so much!

  • Nave
  • Any
  • Is it going to get any worse?

  • One
  • Angie
  • David berthold directed a production of betrayal, designed by peter england, at the sydney theatre company, from 10 march through 17 april 1999; it starred paul goddard, robert menzies, and angie milliken.

  • Novae
  • Ene
  • Anger
  • Her heart began to beat rapidly once more and the anger died away.

  • Ans
  • They do. but in what sense do they experience it? ans. by faith.

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