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Possible correct spellings for barsan

  • Bran(Definition of bran)
  • Barman
  • The barman returned the compliment, and bill, having four pints of beer inside him, began to talk volubly on his strong point-thoroughbreds.

  • Larsen
  • Larson
  • Carson
  • Barren(Definition of barren)
  • The banks of this lake are all steep and rocky, and the land along the shore is barren, and totally unfit for cultivation.

  • Brawn(Definition of brawn)
  • Baas(Definition of baas)
  • No, no; olebo want to help white baas!

  • Bean(Definition of bean)
  • Just then the bean's coat split from end to end, and for one or two minutes neither the stone nor the bean spoke.

  • Bassoon(Definition of bassoon)
  • It resembles the bourdon stop on the organ, and in the lowest register, more especially, the tone is somewhat hollow and wanting in power although mellower than that of the bassoon.

  • Parson(Definition of parson)
  • Bataan(Definition of bataan)
  • For other uses, see bataan (disambiguation).

  • Bays(Definition of Bays)
  • And now the citizens' team had almost reached the fort, running hard, and drawing away from the bays.

  • Barton(Definition of Barton)
  • Thus there was really not much affectation in her sweet speeches and attentions to mr. and mrs. barton.

  • Bursa(Definition of bursa)
  • Bison(Definition of bison)
  • Bearskin(Definition of bearskin)
  • Isaac hesitated before a bearskin curtain at the farther end of the chief's lodge.

  • Bursar(Definition of bursar)
  • Brian
  • For
  • Basra
  • On this day, march 3, 1915, a body of british cavalry reconnoitering toward nakaila, about twenty-five miles northwest of basra, was attacked while on their way back to camp by some 1,500 mounted turks.

  • Bahrain
  • B bahamas, the bahrain baker island bangladesh barbados bassas da india belarus belgium belize benin bermuda bhutan bolivia bosnia and herzegovina botswana bouvet island brazil british indian ocean territory british virgin islands brunei bulgaria burkina burma burundi

  • Bairn(Definition of bairn)
  • "i am an auld fule, i believe, or a spoiled bairn, that doesna ken it's ain mind, and i think i'm growing waur ilka day," and she paused to wipe the tears from her face.

  • Brazen(Definition of brazen)
  • Bern
  • Bern regretted the calumnies, and acknowledged that zurich had sufficient reason to be angry, but pointed to the mighty preparations for war, which the enemies of the reformation were making in the empire and italy.

  • Bsa
  • Bargain(Definition of bargain)
  • The bargain was struck, and he gave me full instructions as to my dialogue.

  • Barn(Definition of barn)
  • "you're welcome," returned that lady, and the long black veil swept majestically toward the barn.

  • Burs
  • Baseman
  • When the catcher threw the ball, the coacher started down the base-line toward home, and the sec-mid baseman, seeing only imperfectly, mistook him for the runner and returned the ball quickly to the catcher.

  • Basin(Definition of basin)
  • What's the good of keeping this old basin?

  • Baron(Definition of baron)
  • It is the baron von einsiedel, is it not?

  • Barns
  • She did not go through, but she looked over the gate, telling herself that those barns and sheds, that wealth of straw-yard, those sleeping pigs and idle, dreaming calves, were all her own.

  • Basins
  • While debating thus, i remembered that at some little distance from the place where we then were, stood two large farms, les fermes des amandiers, and that, at a distance of half a mile beyond them, there was a magnificent mare, in the style, it is true, of mare no. 2, large and open, and yet it would be as useless to wait for woodcocks there as it would be to hope to catch a trout in the basins of trafalgar-square.

  • Bass(Definition of bass)
  • Bass-j.w. yarndley, j.e. blake, wm.

  • Bursae
  • Barmen
  • Barmen was the birthplace of friedrich engels and together with the neighbouring town of elberfeld founded the first electric suspended monorail tramway system, the schwebebahn floating tram.

  • Bars
  • I walked to the beach, near the soldiers' burying-ground, and stood two hours watching the waves as they lashed the bars of sand.

  • Born(Definition of born)
  • Discommends
  • Tarzan
  • Base(Definition of base)
  • At its base is a congress of single-seated donkey-carriages like those at biarritz.

  • Bans
  • "consent 'tis thou art waiting for? thou hadst better keep her close; for if his majesty gains inkling of such fresh, young beauty and finds her out of bans, 'twill go hard with thee to sword thy way to a lady in waiting or-perhaps--"

  • Barron
  • Barron allowed himself a slight and melancholy smile.

  • Boars
  • Burn(Definition of burn)
  • Bears
  • 25. 11. "bridge which still bears his name."

  • Basing
  • Mr. doolittle closed his remarks by advocating an amendment basing representation upon actual voters under state laws.

  • Arson(Definition of arson)
  • Laborer, i think-case of arson.

  • San
  • Ban(Definition of ban)
  • Youghal found comus, for the time being at any rate, just as amusing and interesting as a rival for elaine's favour as he had been in the role of scapegrace boy-about-town; comus for his part did not wish to lose touch with youghal, who among other attractions possessed the recommendation of being under the ban of comus's mother.

  • Brain(Definition of brain)
  • Biasing
  • Basal(Definition of basal)
  • In the region of the anus the number of scale rows diminishes rapidly, leaving only 12 to 14 rows at the base of the tail and only three rows immediately ahead of the tail tip. the tail ends in a spine composed of two scales: one scale covers the bottom, lower parts of the sides, and tip of the spine; and a shorter dorsal scale covers the top and upper parts of the sides of the basal two-thirds of the spine.

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