Correct spelling for APPLICTION
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Possible correct spellings for appliction
Lorimer, however, thought it seemly to protest against the appellation "idle boys."
He felt that his applications to elizabeth were perpetual offences to denasia, and if he had been a thoughtful man he would have understood that this separation of their interests in financial matters was the precursor of a much wider and more dangerous one.
When the latter good lady, at home, had handsomely figured her friends as not small-which was the way she mostly figured them-there was a certain implication that they were spacious because they were empty.
So would the mere application of force at the proper point."
Affliction present, affliction past, her sympathy had not failed him.
The very remarkable phenomena of the duplication of many of the lines, together with the darkspots-the so-called oases-at their intersections, are doubtless all connected in some unknown way with the constitution and past history of the planet; but, on the theory of the whole being works of art, they certainly do not help to remove any of the difficulties which have been shown to attend the theory that the single lines represent artificial canals of irrigation with a strip of verdure on each side of them produced by their overflow.