Correct spelling for BLLED
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Possible correct spellings for blled
But the great event of the evening came, when the english guest, in obedience to a call, if not a command, from his host, sang an english ballad.
Arth was sitting on the edge of the bed holding his bald head in his hands.
The boat in which he sailed was an old, black, dingy affair, which needed to be baled out more than once a day to keep her afloat.
If they were fool 'nough to go in the trap, they could stay there till he underrun an' bailed 'em out.
Kate asserted complete recovery and proceeded to dress, though with a languid dilatoriness which belied her statement.
Golushkin sprang up too, and throwing back his hot, flushed face, on which an expression of vulgar self-satisfaction was curiously mingled with a feeling of terror, a secret misgiving, he bawled out, "i'll sacrifice another thousand!
"omar gribble, send it to his office, miss mcgoun, yours of twentieth to hand and in reply would say look here, gribble, i'm awfully afraid if we go on shilly-shallying like this we'll just naturally lose the allen sale, i had allen up on carpet day before yesterday and got right down to cases and think i can assure you-uh, uh, no, change that: all my experience indicates he is all right, means to do business, looked into his financial record which is fine-that sentence seems to be a little balled up, miss mcgoun; make a couple sentences out of it if you have to, period, new paragraph.
The day after this burlesque scene i returned to padua, where bettina soon made me forget the little ballet-girl.