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Correct spelling for BEUYRS
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Possible correct spellings for beuyrs
In 1524, and for years after, was used this rhyme "turkeys, carpes, hops: piccarel, and beers, came into england: all in one year."
Night had come, and still no movement, no trace by which hope could be for a moment illumined, and still they watched on; lexville, the brays, everything, being forgotten in this great sorrow.
Throughout the earth, as the beryls fought with ever increasing speed to lower the rate of the earth's outward race from the moon, was such a trembling, such a vibration induced by conflicting, alien forces as there had not been even in that moment when back there in its orbit, the earth could have either been kept within its orbit, or hurled outward into space at the touch of a finger.
Irma and sir louis would be far safer at the house of one william lyon, guarded by his stout sons, by his influence over the wildest spirits of the community, in a house garrisoned by a horde of sleepless sheep-dogs, set in a defensible square of office-houses, barns, byres, stables, granaries, cart-sheds, peat-sheds and the rest.
A married lady always bears her husband's name, during his life, on her card.
From down the street there came a brazen clamouring for the right of way; it grew imperiously louder, and there were clatterings and whizzings of metallic bodies at speed, while little blurs and glistenings in the distance grew swiftly larger, taking shape as a fire engine and a hose-cart.
Even the wild burros shunned it; but i hardly dared to hope this desperate man would pass by it.
So when she watched the sunshine creep towards a flower that had been waiting for it in the shade, or when she saw a young bird fly for the first time, or, in frosty mornings that made her sick frame shiver, when she heard the nuts rattle down, and knew the frost had opened their burs, and that the children would be glad, narcissa's heart would be so full of sympathy that i am not sure but she was the happiest of all.
Then buyers or sellers of relinquishments began paying us a commission, and one day ida mary sold a claim for spot cash and got $200 for making the deal.
He seeks the advice of the expert, and under this guidance, he buys that which combines great safety with a fair income.
We followed the messengers slowly, for my bearers were weary, and came to the gates of the beautiful town just as the red rays of sunset struck upon the snowy pinnacle of xaca that towers behind it, turning her cap of smoke to a sullen red, like that of molten iron.