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Possible correct spellings for biuer

  • Bike(Definition of bike)
  • And as i was about to do so, while i was in the very act of summoning up all my eloquence to protest that i didn't know how to ride a bike and couldn't possibly learn in the brief time at my disposal, i'm dashed if the man didn't go and nip me in the bud.

  • Bee(Definition of bee)
  • The bee-man sat silent, gazing out before him.

  • Buy(Definition of buy)
  • I'll save up to help you buy a boat of your own."

  • Boiler(Definition of boiler)
  • 33 boiler makers .

  • Bite(Definition of bite)
  • He added that the lord of the forest had strictly forbidden him to bite the thumb-nail of his left hand, which nail was thicker and longer than the others, and had warned him never to lose sight of it, as long as he was in his were-wolf disguise.

    Come on baby, won't you take a bite? Could you love a boy like me tonight?

    – Ready or Not by A1
  • Bicker(Definition of bicker)
  • In their deep fastnesses i will hide myself from the world, and never allow its glare to bicker through my foliage.

  • Be(Definition of be)
  • Aye, well, shure that 'ud be quite a dandther!

  • Birder(Definition of birder)
  • and the guardian wrote that "you dont have to be a birder to enjoy it.

  • Bier(Definition of bier)
  • One is in front; the rest behind with a sort of bier or litter.

  • Beer(Definition of beer)
  • No, ma'am; after drinking the beer he went out.

  • Bey(Definition of bey)
  • No, in those places of your mind where no one can see lies the thought that you would not bring back foorgat bey.

  • Biker
  • The doors (1991) – based on the life of jim morrison before his death in paris, directed by oliver stone without warning: the james brady story (1991) – american television film about james brady, who was shot during the 1981 attempted assassination of ronald reagan 1992 1492: conquest of paradise (1992) – the very sanitized story of taino homelands of by the italian colonialist christopher columbus (gérard depardieu) and the effect this had on the indigenous peoples of the americas a league of their own (1992) – based on the all-american girls professional baseball league during world war ii beyond the law (1992) – based on the real life story of an undercover dea agent infiltrating a notorious biker gang involved with drug and gun running; starring charlie sheen chaplin (1992) – based on the life of british comedian-actor charlie chaplin, starring robert downey, jr.

  • Buber(Definition of buber)
  • Bodkins later books christian themes, along with those from "the great religions of the east" (cited in hayward 1952), came to dominate bodkins later thought and writings, which may also have been influenced by her readings of martin buber, gilbert ryle, and karl jaspers (among others), as her 1944 letter to the editor of philosophy, "our knowledge of one another," and a 1956 article in the same journal, "knowledge and faith," seem to show.

  • Bigger
  • He was fighting with a power that he had found to be stronger and bigger than himself.

  • Buyer
  • He was a frequent buyer of fruit of all kinds and of melons.

  • Blur(Definition of blur)
  • On that rocky blur no horse could run noiselessly.

  • Bu
  • Bu-copia verborum-let us to the main business!

  • Biter(Definition of biter)
  • The english name beetle comes from the old english word bitela, little biter, related to bītan (to bite), leading to middle english betylle.

  • Burr(Definition of burr)
  • There was a roar of laughter at this, for the boys always laughed at burr major's jokes.

  • Blue(Definition of blue)
  • When peter got into the carriage that evening he was very blue.

  • Bia
  • Bia. somewhat will grow to much ere you take leave.

  • Bluer
  • Animation had kindled her features into a beauty of colour which made her eyes bluer and brighter and softened the too intense contrast of her full, red lips.

  • Bear(Definition of bear)
  • If it does hurt me i can bear it!"

  • Bar(Definition of bar)
  • I waited until there didn't seem anybody about the bar and the lights went out-all but the one in a room at the side.

  • Bile(Definition of bile)
  • But in the end they threw up bile and died, as wine, moreover, which was the one antidote, failed.

  • Bide(Definition of bide)
  • "that's where we maun bide this night," said the black bull, "for that is the home of another of my brothers."

  • Bio
  • In ecology, bionomics (greek: bio = life; nomos = law) is the comprehensive study of an organism and its relation to its environment.

  • Bi(Definition of bi)
  • The moon is a woman named "ka-bi-gat'."

  • Bidder(Definition of bidder)
  • What will the shade of this great man think, if capable of thinking, that he has spent a fortune of opulence, and a life of genius, in carrying to perfection the greatest of all human inventions; and his productions, slighted by his country, were hawked over europe, in quest of a bidder?

  • Bur(Definition of bur)
  • The bur oak is a shaggy tree, for it sheds its bark in big flakes, like the sycamore.

  • Bitter(Definition of bitter)
  • You don't want to give me anything bitter, do you?

  • Brier(Definition of brier)
  • My cheek is like the brier rose, that scents the simmer wind, an fine i'd keep the wee bit hoose, 'gin i'd a man to mind!

  • Bauer
  • How then does bauer solve the jewish question?

  • Boer(Definition of boer)
  • On five occasions was burnham sent into the boer lines with dynamite cartridges to blow up the railroad over which the enemy was receiving supplies and ammunition.

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