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Possible correct spellings for banwith

  • Banality(Definition of banality)
  • He'll think-" shelby broke off his conjecture to utter some banality about the moon, to drown her invocation.

  • Bandit(Definition of bandit)
  • True, my aunt was separated from her bandit jaromir for several years before her death; but under such strange circumstances mamma really could not take the little gypsy into the house with her own half-grown daughters.

  • Banning(Definition of banning)
  • In addition to banning the production of and commercial trade in absinthe, the law went so far as to prohibit the distribution of printed matter that provided details of its production.

  • Kennith
  • Bonito(Definition of bonito)
  • A mission was founded there six years later, on the twenty-seventh of june, by friars francisco paloa and bonito cambou, under the direction of father junipero serra, who had been commissioned by father portala as president of all the missions in upper california.

  • Bandwidth
  • 11, providing open access points for anyone within range to use was encouraged to cultivate wireless community networks, particularly since people on average use only a fraction of their downstream bandwidth at any given time.

  • Bonita
  • "then it is yours," said bonita castro.

  • Bath(Definition of bath)
  • Diastopora diluviana, bath oolite.

  • Benita
  • But benita could not bury her dead.

  • Beneath(Definition of beneath)
  • He drew his own from beneath the bedclothes and held mine in an iron grip.

  • Bewitch(Definition of bewitch)
  • The fact is, mr. vane-i can hardly look you in the face-i had a little wager with sir charles here; his diamond ring-which you may see has become my diamond ring"-a horrible wry face from sir charles-"against my left glove that i could bewitch a country gentleman's imagination, and make him think me an angel.

  • Benito
  • Where's benito, an' th' rest?

  • Zenith(Definition of zenith)
  • Bandier
  • In the early 1980s bandier and denise lefrak divorced, and in 1984 bandier and koppelman dissolved their partnership with lefrak and formed the entertainment music company and the entertainment television company.

  • Bani
  • Bahrain was not new territory to the bani utbah; they had been a presence there since the 17th century.

  • Barth(Definition of barth)
  • John barth, writer, born in cambridge in 1930 stephen allen benson, second president of liberia troy brohawn, retired major league baseball player with the arizona diamondbacks darnell clash, football player willis conover, "voice of america" dj, lived in cambridge during the late 1930s charles goldsborough (july 15, 1765 – december 13, 1834), state senator 1791–1795 and 1799–1801, u.

  • Bantu(Definition of bantu)
  • The legends and traditions of the bantu peoples themselves invariably point to a northern origin, and a period, not wholly removed from their racial remembrance, when they were strangers in their present lands.

  • With(Definition of With)
  • Banish(Definition of banish)
  • Tears started in eileen's eyes which phil did his best to banish.

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