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Correct spelling for CONGAULATIONS
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Possible correct spellings for congaulations
Thou leadest us out to the bloody field of death; thou and no other shalt conduct us home, rejoicing, to the lovely plains of peace- shalt share with us the fruits of the long toil.
The supreme intelligence digested that in silence while his satellites studied his face, seeking some inkling of the convolutions of that marvellous mind.
He turned blue in the face and was in convulsions; they thought he would die.
She therefore let her head sink back on the cushion, and assumed that peculiarly dejected air, commonly reserved by her for the consolations of religion.
There are three other conjugations, each of which shows some peculiarity in the prefixed pronouns, though, in the main, a general resemblance runs through them all.
She was "all right again," she said as she sat, but the abstraction of her eyes and the harkening droop of her head showed that inwardly she still saw and heard the death-struck boy.
It is as useless to argue with an indian orderly as it is to try conclusions with a woman.
It is no wonder, therefore, that the first accounts were almost entirely without mention of the doctor who had upset all of their calculations.
It is not infectious and cannot be transmitted by inoculations.