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Correct spelling for BIGITRY
We think the word bigitry is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for bigitry
- Battery(Definition of battery)
- Beget(Definition of beget)
- Bigot(Definition of bigot)
- Begot(Definition of Begot)
- Beggary(Definition of beggary)
- Bindery(Definition of bindery)
- Goitre(Definition of goitre)
- Begat(Definition of Begat)
- Buggery(Definition of buggery)
- Bigotry(Definition of bigotry)
- Bigoted(Definition of bigoted)
- Buttery(Definition of buttery)
- Betray(Definition of betray)
Only about half a dozen times during those three months did i have the luck to catch a german battery firing.
Belief passes in their minds for knowledge, and the very circumstances which should beget doubt produce increase of faith.
Yet, before the door had closed on bigot, she had recovered herself.
Like noble babe, by fate or friends' neglect left to the care of sorry salvage wight, grown up to manly years cannot conject his own true parentage, nor read aright what father him begot, what womb him brought to light.
Yet academic freedom became too dependent on the council of higher education (yök) as the reform moved towards creating a more centralized system around the yök in matters regarding budgetary control, staff employment and student selection.
However, it is not on the outside of these walls only, that beggary has been so nearly allied to grandeur.
8vo, two volumes, light brown morocco, gilt back, side panels, gilt edges, by the club bindery.
Pigmentation of the skin occurs in many conditions--as in normal pregnancy, uterine fibroids, abdominal growths, certain cases of heart disease, exophthalmic goitre, &c., and after the prolonged use of certain drugs--as arsenic and silver.
For other uses, see bistro (disambiguation).
Baileys film roles include playing a member of the board in the comedy/romance sabrina (1954) starring humphrey bogart, audrey hepburn and william holden; mr.
Who begat me, speak?
Sir thomas arundell of lanherne – gentleman of the privy chamber (1552) – beheaded at tower hill during the reign of edward vi of england for treason sir michael stanhope – chief gentleman of the privy chamber (1552) – beheaded at tower hill during the reign of edward vi of england for treason john dudley, 1st duke of northumberland, kg – vice-admiral, lord admiral, governor of boulogne, president of the council in the marches, lord great chamberlain, grand master of the royal household, earl marshal of england, lord president of the council, warden general of the scottish marches (1553) – executed at tower hill by order of mary i for supporting lady jane grey sir john gates kb (1553) – executed at tower hill by order of mary i for supporting lady jane grey sir thomas palmer (1553) – executed at tower hill by order of mary i for supporting lady jane grey lady jane grey – queen of england 10–19 july 1553 and heir to the english and irish thrones 21 june – 10 july 1553 (1554) – executed at tower green by mary i as claimant to throne lord guilford dudley – son of john dudley, 1st duke of northumberland and royal consort of england 10–19 july 1553 (1554) – executed at tower hill by order of mary i for supporting lady jane grey henry grey, 1st duke of suffolk, kg – father of the above, lord lieutenant of leicestershire, justice in eyre (1554) – executed at tower hill by order of mary i for rebellion sir thomas wyatt the younger (1554) – executed at tower hill by order of mary i for rebellion thomas howard, 4th duke of norfolk, kg – earl marshal (1573) – executed at tower hill by order of elizabeth i of england for ridolfi plot thomas percy, 7th earl of northumberland (1572) – executed at york during the reign of elizabeth i of england for taking part in the rising of the north sir thomas doughty (1578) – executed by order of sir francis drake edward arden (1583) – executed at tyburn during the reign of elizabeth i of england for high treason (hanged, drawn and quartered) sir francis throckmorton (1584) – executed during the reign of elizabeth i of england mary, queen of scots – queen of scots and queen consort of france (1587) – executed during the reign of elizabeth i of england for treason robert devereux, 2nd earl of essex, kg – master of the horse, earl marshal, lord lieutenant of ireland, custos rotulorum of pembrokeshire, custos rotulorum of staffordshire, master-general of the ordnance (1601) – executed at tower hill during the reign of elizabeth i of england for high treason sir christopher blount (1601) – executed at tower hill during the reign of elizabeth i of england for high treason sir charles danvers (1601) – executed at tower hill during the reign of elizabeth i of england for high treason sir walter raleigh – lord warden of the stannaries, lord lieutenant of cornwall, vice-admiral of devon, captain of the yeomen of the guard, governor of jersey (1618) – executed in the old palace yard, westminster by orders of james vi mervyn touchet, 2nd earl of castlehaven – executed at tower hill for aiding buggery (1631) thomas wentworth, 1st earl of strafford, kg – custos rotulorum of the west riding of yorkshire, lord lieutenant of yorkshire, lord deputy of ireland, lord lieutenant of ireland (1641) – executed at tower hill on orders of parliament archbishop william laud – archbishop of canterbury (1645) – executed at tower hill on orders of parliament sir john hotham the younger (2 january 1645) – executed at tower hill on orders of parliament for betraying the parliamentarians to the royalists sir john hotham, 1st baronet the elder, of scarborough (died 3 january 1645) – father of above – executed for betraying the parliamentarians to the royalists charles i of england and scotland (1649) – executed in whitehall, london by order of cromwells parliament james hamilton, 1st duke of hamilton, kg – master of the horse, lord chancellor of scotland (1649) – executed by order of cromwells parliament for being a royalist arthur capell, 1st baron capell of hadham (1649) – executed by order of cromwells parliament for being a royalist henry rich, 1st earl of holland, kg – master of the horse, captain of the yeomen of the guard, lord lieutenant of berkshire, lord lieutenant of middlesex, justice in eyre (1649) – executed in london by order of cromwells parliament for being a royalist sir henry hyde (1650) – beheaded in london by order of cromwells parliament for being a royalist eusebius andrews (1650) – beheaded on tower hill for treason as a royalist.
Sweetheart, we shall be rich ere we depart, if fairings come thus plentifully in.
We have an overplus of native demagogues, fanatics, ultraists, disunionists and bigots-without importing any from europe.
No business man would ever think of making a man's religion the condition of taking one into his service, or if he did the general opinion would be that it indicated bigotry and not shrewdness.
His father, a bigoted talmudist, sent him once on an errand to a christian nobleman, who made him a present of a hebrew new testament which, on coming home, he innocently enough shewed his father, and was peremptorily told to take it back.
There was "one partition in it," and it had only one chimney and only one wing, a buttery.
But i would not betray you.