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Possible correct spellings for buya

  • Burma
  • When we declared war in upper burma, and the column advanced up the river in november, 1885, there was hardly any opposition.

  • Burn(Definition of burn)
  • Nay, thou knowest i will not ill to her; but she - would she not burn my child and me with fire to wreak herself, who loved thee once, on thee?

  • Buoy(Definition of buoy)
  • Couldn't have been a bell-buoy, i suppose?

  • But(Definition of but)
  • "but," resumed cosmo, "neither condition is a reason why you should not be paid.

  • Bola(Definition of bola)
  • The premier basketball league (formerly: kompetisi bola basket utama or kobatama), in indonesian: liga bola basket utama, often abbreviated to the pbl, is the pre-eminent semi-professional mens basketball league in indonesia, competed by 8 clubs across the country.

  • Bra
  • 1 bra. sir, you were pleased to like my hat, have you any fancy for my coat?-lookye, sir, it has served a great many honest gentlemen, very faithfully.

  • Bum(Definition of bum)
  • The bum hotel loomed up in front of me also.

  • Burp
  • Burp" redirects here.

  • Ya
  • The diel a me, sirs, and noo ya talk of a speaker, i's tell ye a blithe tale.

  • Bug(Definition of bug)
  • And why did you insist on letting fall the bug, instead of a bullet, from the skull?"

  • Burl(Definition of burl)
  • Burl waited until the meal was finished, and then approached the scene with caution.

  • Buss(Definition of buss)
  • Now, if she lingers after us, what ground have we for snarling? what act prohibits private buss, reserved for "tommy darling"?

  • Bush(Definition of bush)
  • The hunter nodded, and took a step behind the bush.

  • Bun(Definition of bun)
  • Mun bun was carried by his mother, while daddy bunker took margy in his arms.

  • Bay(Definition of bay)
  • It's the old bay from falla.

  • Hiya
  • In april 2016, whitepages spun out its caller id and spam-blocking service into a separate company, hiya, of which algard is the ceo.

  • Goya
  • M. alexandre, the french critic, may argue valiantly that zuloaga must not be compared with goya, that their methods and themes are dissimilar.

  • Buys
  • Buys his cigarettes, in that english way, in bulk, not by the box.

  • Buzz(Definition of buzz)
  • A buzz ran round the room.

  • Bull(Definition of bull)
  • 33. arbuthnot, john: history of john bull, i.

  • Bey(Definition of bey)
  • The moon is full, and ebn ezra bey has his work cut out-sharp work for all of us, and...

  • Bury(Definition of bury)
  • He could not bury himself in literature as carteret could do; or, at a later day, charles james fox; or, at a later day still, mr. gladstone.

  • Bays(Definition of Bays)
  • Europe has no lake so dreamily beautiful as killarney; no bays where the boldness of norway unites with the colouring of naples, as in bantry; and you might coast the world without finding cliffs so vast and so terrible as achill and slieve league.

  • Bubo(Definition of bubo)
  • In 1853 an outbreak occurred in the assyr country, western arabia; and from that time till the present unmistakable local epidemics of the bubo plague have occurred in isolated regions of africa and asia; thus, in 1858 at benghazi in tripoli; in 1857 in mesopotamia; in 1863 in the district of maku, persian kurdistan; in 1867 in the marsh district on the right bank of the euphrates; in 1870 in persian kurdistan; in 1871-73 in the yunnan province, western china; in 1873 in the marsh district on the left bank of the euphrates.

  • Bsa
  • Bsa contains a thiol group at cys-34 which is functionalized with an alkyne group.

  • Boyd
  • Boyd tapped malone on the shoulder.

  • Bud(Definition of bud)
  • On the edge of all this stood nance molloy, in that magic hour of her girlhood when the bud was ready to burst into the full-blown blossom.

  • Buff(Definition of buff)
  • After copenhagen they had fox and geese, and blind-man's-buff.

  • For
  • My first examination of the horizon was for the figures of the count and his strange companion.

  • Bub(Definition of Bub)
  • I also rewarded bub smith for his efforts at doin' my errents, in a way that made his blushes melt into a glowin' background of joyousness.

  • Boy(Definition of boy)
  • "time's up, my boy.

  • Bursa(Definition of bursa)
  • 1. that the close attachment of the plantar aponeurosis to the navicular bursa, and the nearness of both to the pedal articulation, render penetration of a synovial sac or a joint cavity extremely likely.

  • Burs
  • The patient animals lay down, and the weary, footsore deacon, his clothes covered with burs, his hands and face seamed with bloody scratches, leaned on his frayed gad and looked around over the wilderness of tents, cabins, trains and interminable lines of breastworks and forts.

  • Bus(Definition of bus)
  • Suddenly i noticed that the turtle was out and was already making for the door of the bus.

  • Buyer
  • We must not fail to capture the hair-buyer general."

  • Buoys
  • He and the doctor were buoys floating face to face.

  • Bray(Definition of bray)
  • About that present time young stephen filled all cups that stood empty so as there remained but little mo if the prudenter had not shadowed their approach from him that still plied it very busily who, praying for the intentions of the sovereign pontiff, he gave them for a pledge the vicar of christ which also as he said is vicar of bray.

  • Boys
  • The other boys all went to cheder.

  • Bu
  • "bu-bu-but you did look so-" she abruptly turned her back upon him for a moment, facing him again with perfect calm, although with lashes still wet, and suspicious little dimples about her mouth.

  • Baa(Definition of baa)
  • He was sad and melancholy, and would not eat, and went every morning and every evening to the river, and there wandered about the banks, and cried, "baa, baa," and was answered by the sighing of the wind in the long reeds.

  • Ba(Definition of ba)
  • But the pleasant shotwell said: "you forget, colonel, that ow a-able young friend belongs to gideon's ba-and, now, seh."

  • Burr(Definition of burr)
  • "there they go," cried burr major; "pair of 'em.

  • Beta(Definition of beta)
  • Debra herself had been killed every day for a week and restored to a series of prepared clones, beta-testing one of the ride systems.

  • Bela
  • Bela had not learned to kiss among the tribe.

  • Burg(Definition of burg)
  • But, arn, he drawled, this certainly is a slow old burg you've dragged me down into.

  • Busy(Definition of busy)
  • Does that keep you pretty busy?

  • Buy(Definition of buy)
  • Oh yes, buy it all, mrs. spencer tucker!

  • Boa(Definition of boa)
  • She screamed and began writhing, twisting her hard young body like a boa constrictor in his hands.

  • Bur(Definition of bur)
  • It is best to commence with the sky, or other delicate passages, and to remove the bur from them, if there are other stronger lines to be drawn over them.

  • Maya(Definition of maya)
  • Maya, don't you do anything rash!

  • By(Definition of by)
  • The liguria is patronised by messrs.

  • Buck(Definition of buck)
  • "i don't want you to go, buck," she repeated meekly.

  • Bye(Definition of bye)
  • Good bye, mr. winfield.

  • Burt(Definition of burt)
  • Impulsive, warm-hearted burt was outspoken in his admiration of amy's part in the visit of charity, but webb's intent look drew her eyes to him, and with a strange little thrill at her heart she saw that he had interpreted her motives and feelings.

  • Bia
  • Bia. those are the bitterest words that ever dropped me gall, but i can find a crushed balsam in them,-for they say you might have loved me, pyrrha.

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