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Possible correct spellings for baasic

  • Big
  • Roddy bitts told a big l-" "i never, either!"

  • Bus
  • I don't know how i managed to convey to the three volunteers that such a bus would be about as much use to our field ambulance as an old greenhouse that had come through an earthquake.

  • Boss
  • "let me work on him, boss," panek pleaded.

  • Basic
  • The basic assumption was simply too absurd for serious consideration."

  • Books
  • And this is one of your books?

  • Basis
  • An official basis of national patronage might prove a substitute for an antiquarian or ancestral basis.

  • Bug
  • Or you did look it, scrambling about like a doodle bug after your absurd spectacles."

  • Boys
  • "yes, yes, my boys.

  • Bushes
  • The rest of the time, he could be helping ponto look for game around among the trees and bushes.

  • Bias
  • How had myrtilus and bias escaped the flames and death on that night of horror?

  • Beach
  • Then, without uttering a single word, he returned towards the beach.

  • Box
  • "that can't be my box.

  • Base
  • But the base of the tower was in deep shadow, which would prevent that.

  • Bucks
  • It was a lovely day, perfectly calm and cloudless; in which weather the elk, especially the large bucks, are in the habit of lying high up the mountains.

  • Abasic
  • Aldehydes containing o-hn2 groups can serve to stabilize the abasic site by reacting with the aldehyde group.

  • Boxes
  • The spectators, in full dress, sat in the boxes; on the stage was a court box, occupied by the royal family; and bands played in rooms adjoining for small parties of dancers.

  • Babies
  • Madame barniol was just telling her mother about one of her babies, which was slightly indisposed.

  • Buck
  • "oh, buck, dear," she whispered, "i don't know, i'm sure, but perhaps i've loved you a little bit for a long time."

  • Bike
  • The boy nodded and hurried off. from the window, tom watched him climb on his jet bike and roar off into the gathering darkness toward the academy.

  • Bush
  • I'll put the bush in the gap when i'm going out again, father.

  • Buys
  • They now believe that they are just starting their relations with the settler when he buys from them.

  • Busy
  • Hawkes has told me how busy you've been."

  • Bikes
  • I am sure she bikes; she will probably drop her cigarette ashes into your best venetian glasses; she is certain to hate goloshes and long skirts, and will enjoy rearranging the furniture.

  • Baggage
  • The whole of our baggage animals are destroyed, and nothing can be done until another train is collected."

  • Bass
  • Jethro bass, chairman of the board of selectmen!

  • Bags
  • Very soon good bird is ready and, with the cradle and bags strapped to her back, she starts for home.

  • Bag
  • But there was the bag of fruit, and the sweet knowledge that nothing could take away.

  • Back
  • Come back with me; come back.

  • Book
  • The book was "romola."

  • Buses
  • At last they were all bundled into one of the larger buses from the livery stable.

  • Bugs
  • "they were awful nice little bugs, and they wiggled and wiggled in the sand," added margy.

  • Bake
  • Then bake it either in a chemical laboratory furnace or in an ordinary fire.

  • Beg
  • I beg pardon,' muttered yellow-cap.

  • Because
  • Just because i laughed."

  • Basics
  • The capital gains tax system was therefore introduced by chancellor james callaghan in 1965 basics individuals who are residents or ordinarily residents in the united kingdom (and trustees of various trusts), who are on the basic tax rate are subject to capital gains tax of 18% on profits from residential property, and 10% on gains from all other chargeable assets.

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