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Possible correct spellings for bharin

  • Boring(Definition of boring)
  • In a boring machine it is of the utmost consequence that the bar shall be as free from vibration as possible, while lost motion, or looseness from wear, is especially to be avoided.

  • Bran(Definition of bran)
  • When nearly exhausted, bran said: "why don't you chew your thumb?"

  • Bearing(Definition of bearing)
  • The man was tall and dark, and his voice and bearing were unmistakable.

  • Barring(Definition of barring)
  • This double biography is a compendium of the general and special history, barring variations, of all the noble families who emigrated having debts and property, dowagers and tact.

  • Hiring(Definition of Hiring)
  • Bukharin
  • The notion of the aggravation of class struggle under socialism stands in contrast to the ideas of other communists, such as nikolai bukharin or leon trotsky, who argued that there was no longer any bourgeoisie in the soviet union to have to struggle with, and that the very definition of "socialism" implies there are no longer antagonistic classes in struggle, something stalin himself noted.

  • Bering
  • Driving rapidly, under all steam and a well-set foresail and main, the pole star lay the island of st. paul over her counter as the sun brightened the waters of the bering sea to the eastward.

  • Dissings
  • Brine(Definition of brine)
  • It appeared to the alarmed and feverish imagination of gertrude, that the brine was giving up all its monsters; and, notwithstanding the calm assurances of wilder, that these accustomed sounds were rather the harbingers of peace than signs of any new danger, they filled her mind with images of the secret recesses over which they seemed suspended by a thread, and painted them replete with the disgusting inhabitants of the caverns of the great deep.

  • Behring
  • Embracing walrus island and otter island of the pribilof group, in behring sea, alaska.

  • Barren(Definition of barren)
  • You, madonna paola sforza di santafior, one of the noblest ladies in all italy, confess to love this lordling of a few barren acres?

  • Blaring
  • Presently there was a universal blaring, far and near, throughout the camp, whereon gaude, the bugler of the company, took up his instrument.

  • Heroin
  • Baron(Definition of baron)
  • The baron shrugged his shoulders.

  • Brian
  • Brian squinted over his shoulder to ascertain the condition of his coat, but being unable to carry out the rest of mrs. mcnally's injunctions and survey the lump on his own forehead, he passed his hand over it instead, and turned towards pat with an expression of virtuous indignation.

  • Brainy(Definition of brainy)
  • Truxton heard the committee discussing the fiasco that attended his first attempt to draw the brainy, influential american out of the arena.

  • Bruin(Definition of bruin)
  • As the puma was closing with him, the deer wheeled sharp round, and turning back almost upon his own trail, passed within thirty yards of his pursuer, who, not being able at once to stop his career, gave an angry growl and followed the deer again, but at a distance of some hundred yards; hearing the growl, bruin drew his body half out of the briars, remaining quietly on the look-out.

  • Barony(Definition of barony)
  • 705. civray, near chenonceaux, on the cher, was a fief of the barony of amboise.

  • Hearing(Definition of hearing)
  • Brain(Definition of brain)
  • "i nurse the brain by nursing the body," dr. biron replied.

  • Brawn(Definition of brawn)
  • He was a good soldier, captain barlow-that happy mixture of brain and brawn and courage that had coloured so much of the world's map red, british; he was the terrier class-all pluck, with perhaps the pluck in excelsis-the brain-power not preponderant.

  • Bring(Definition of bring)
  • I do like to bring the right people together.

  • Herein(Definition of herein)
  • Haring
  • Baring
  • 111. 17 curious myths of the middle ages, by s. baring-gould, m.a. london, 1877, p.

  • Barron
  • But the minutes passed on, and while trying to keep up a desultory conversation with his hostess, and with the young lady at the tea-table, to whom he was not introduced, mr. barron was all the while angrily conscious of the conversation going on between the rector and manvers.

  • Briny(Definition of briny)
  • Tears gentle, regretful; tears petulant, fretful; tears stormy, passionate; tears slow, despairing; with a light patter, now and then, of my own particular brand, kept for the expression of my own personal troubles-very bitter, briny tears they are, and i find that a very few answer my purpose nicely.

  • Bahrain
  • Bahrain: definition: age 15 and over can read and write

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