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Possible correct spellings for bor

  • Boo
  • "i wanted your stocking," muttered budd b.; it is bigger than mine; boo hoo!

  • Nor
  • Bod
  • The wastewater exiting the anaerobic digestion facility will typically have elevated levels of biochemical oxygen demand (bod) and chemical oxygen demand (cod).

  • Boor
  • Her eyes seemed to read that i was not at heart a boor and her graciousness remained impervious to my ruffianism.

  • Bot
  • And in a nycht syne and a day, scho set hym in so hard assay, that he, with sevintene, in a bat, 645 wes fayne for to hald hame his gat! bot of this ilk quhelis turnyng kyng robert suld mak no murnyng; for on his syd the quheyle on hycht raiss, quhen the tothyr doun gan lycht.

  • Br
  • Br. sabini sp. wh. deflex.

  • Bog
  • And indeed the bog myrtle is the characteristic smell of the great world of hill and moss we call by that name.

  • Bob
  • I knew by the tone that bob was beginning now to see through the game.

  • Box
  • Sothran barth's voice came cut of the box.

  • Brr
  • Bow
  • Another bow at a venture.

  • Boer
  • If we can accomplish even so little, it maybe possible to prevent the no small proportion of the colonists discharging their obligations to the crown by combining with the boer forces.

  • Bar
  • I thought it must be some of you coming up from the east bar, but all of a sudden the men vanished, and i was alone; and when i came into the yard, you were all here!

  • Or
  • Born
  • So we were born, so orphan'd.

  • Bore
  • Now-" the revolver bore on lockley.

  • Cor
  • Tor
  • Boy
  • An' he a boy!

  • Tied-Up
  • Boa
  • She wore her "handsome" felt hat, so tyrolese, yet some how, though feathered from the eagle's wing, so truly domestic, with the same straightness and security; she attached her fur boa with the same honest precautions; she preserved her balance on the ice-slopes with the same practised skill; she opened, each evening, her "transcript" with the same interfusion of suspense and resignation; she attended her almost daily concert with the same expenditure of patience and the same economy of passion; she flitted in and out of the public library with the air of conscientiously returning or bravely carrying off in her pocket the key of knowledge itself; and finally-it was what she most did-she watched the thin trickle of a fictive "love-interest" through that somewhat serpentine channel, in the magazines, which she mainly managed to keep clear for it.

  • Bohr
  • ↑ aip niels bohr library↑ aip niels bohr library↑ the born–einstein letters, macmillan publishers, 2004, isbn 1-4039-4496-2.

  • Xor
  • Boar
  • Just then a wild boar broke through the brushwood, making its way among the tall grass, which he dug up with his tusks as if in search of roots.

  • Bro
  • Bro. crocker also, before his death, had won a large place in the hearts of his brethren.

  • Bop
  • 1989 hollelujah (the remix album) (the remix album) by holly johnson ("atomic city" (enviro-mental mix) baritone/electric tenor saxophone by gary barnacle) 1990 1990 world of his own by jools holland (album) 1990 naked by blue pearl (album) 1990 uk blak by caron wheeler (album) 1990 babylon release the chains by junior reid 1990 wop bop torledo by wop bop torledo (album) 1990 how the heart behaves by was (not was) (louie louie remix) 1990 rose laurens by rose laurens (prod.

  • Borg
  • "who is that sack of wood over there?" continued borg, pointing at olle with his snow-boot.

  • Bur
  • Bo
  • Say, bo," he continued to me as i was striving to divine the drift of these comments, "have i got my fingers crossed or not?"

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