Correct spelling for CONCLE
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Possible correct spellings for concle
52 to 90 after magnificat as its last canticle; and the third has vv.
These bushes will conceal us from the eyes of any one coming along the road.
And the men lay silent and gasping for great choking breaths, while from the building beyond came the cackle and shrieking of man-things in manifest enjoyment of the frustrated plans.
After some discourse i did convince them that it was not fit to have it go, and sir w. batten first, and then the rest, did willingly cancel all their hands and tear the order, for i told them, butler being such a rogue as i know him, and we have all signed him to be to the duke, it will be in his power to publish this to our great reproach, that we should take such a course as this to serve ourselves in wronging the king by putting him into a place he is no wise capable of, and that in an admiral ship.
"now, as you know, in the case of the african elephant, whose skull is convex, and not concave like that of the indian, this is always a most risky and very frequently a perfectly useless shot.
Sandy had his right arm protectingly around the girl; her bright head rested on his shoulder; in his left hand sandy held high a lighted candle.
"a certain american baroness, egeria to the american journalists in berlin, who has no use for bernstorff or gerard or zimmermann, has been one of his many cockle burrs.