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Correct spelling for CLEARAFIE
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Possible correct spellings for clearafie
- Clarified(Definition of clarified)
- Carafe(Definition of carafe)
- Clearer(Definition of Clearer)
- Cleric(Definition of cleric)
- Clearing(Definition of clearing)
- Clarify(Definition of clarify)
The pipe of peace went round, and those whose minds were not yet prepared for speech drew deep inspirations of the fragrant smoke in the hope that their thoughts might be clarified, and when they lifted their eyes they seemed not to perceive their visitors or those who passed to and fro among the tepees.
The thing is as certain as that we two are here-arsenate of soda in the stains on the two napkins and traces of arsenate of soda in two of the four glasses; none in the carafe, none in the little bottle, none in the two glasses.
The doctrine clarifies even astonishing statistical miracles.
"betty has a great deal in her," he said to clarice once.
He was seeing with a clearer vision.
He did not look the cleric.
Suddenly he exclaimed, "how changed you are for the better, clara!
Or how could the earl have a better chance of clearing himself of the king's suspicions than by receiving this warning and passing it on to the king?
If a society for psycho-therapeutic research should be organized, which would follow up every report of healings with an accurate care, beginning with the diagnosis and ending with the actual physical state of the patient as far as it could be ascertained by the tests at their disposal, they could greatly clarify the popular mind, prevent a vast deal of needless suffering, save the sick from frustrated hope and secure for their own profession a distinct reinforcement and an increased usefulness.