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Correct spelling for AQURIING
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Possible correct spellings for aquriing
- Airing(Definition of airing)
- Acquiring(Definition of acquiring)
- Aquiline(Definition of aquiline)
- Assuring(Definition of assuring)
- Alluring(Definition of alluring)
- Urging(Definition of urging)
- Abjuring(Definition of Abjuring)
- Squiring(Definition of squiring)
- Inquiring(Definition of inquiring)
- Curing(Definition of curing)
- Attiring(Definition of Attiring)
But before he could reach the door, in fancy he saw himself joining the party of philosophers airing themselves under the arcades in the great court of the museum; he heard their laughter and their bitter jests at the skeptic, the independent thinker, who had sought refuge among the fowls, who had been hauled out of the hen-house; and this picture confirmed his determination to yield to force rather than bring on himself the curse of ridicule.
"perhaps you could, to a certain extent, if you had a permit," said graham, thoughtfully; "but i think you would accomplish more by remaining in one hospital and acquiring skill by regular work.
She had bright blue eyes behind gold-rimmed glasses, a thin face with a nose slightly aquiline, and reddish hair that was her cross, because it curled by nature and she constrained it.
And while she was agreeing she kept saying to herself: "why do i pretend to agree with him?
"no," i answered, "for you thus afford me an occasion of assuring you that, my feelings towards you being those of a friend only, you need not have any fear of my causing you any anxiety or displeasure.
Otherwise the picture was as alluring as its fellows to the lord of the manor.
In that case, also, the way would be open; but he had no written assurance of such an understanding, though i gathered that he was urging the government to give it.
If the accused has really relapsed, after abjuring a formal heresy, or is a false penitent when he has abjured as violently suspected, and is convicted in the present trial of the same heresy, he shall be given up to the common judge according to the civil law, and his punishment shall not be remitted, although he may protest that his repentance is sincere, and his confession true in this case.
7. st thomas of aquino, doctor of the church and confessor.................................
They all speak exclusively of the advantages to the master, and say nothing of the benefit accruing to the emancipated.
What a surprise when one glorious moonlight night which showed up the magnificent elms then arching the street before our house-the air was full of fragrance-i was suddenly aroused by several voices adjuring me, a lady of beauty, to awake.
The cashier greeted that sentiment with an inquiring frown.
The news of their return rapidly ran through the town, and the inhabitants, hastily attiring themselves, ran into the streets, filled with joy. much depression had been felt during her absence, and few had entertained hopes that she would be able to re-enter the town.