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Possible correct spellings for emall

  • Mali(Definition of mali)
  • Niger total: 5,697 km border countries: algeria 956 km, benin 266 km, burkina faso 628 km, chad 1,175 km, libya 354 km, mali 821 km, nigeria 1,497 km

  • Male(Definition of male)
  • Hannah most politely begged us to take seats by the fire, and warm and rest ourselves; she even knelt down and assisted in rubbing our half-frozen hands; but she never once made mention of the hot soup, or of the tea, which was drawing in a tin teapot upon the hearth-stone, or of a glass of whiskey, which would have been thankfully accepted by our male pilgrims.

  • All(Definition of all)
  • So say we all of us!

  • Emilio
  • A convention has been finally concluded for the settlement by arbitration of the prolonged dispute with ecuador growing out of the proceedings against emilio santos, a naturalized citizen of the united states.

  • Ell(Definition of ell)
  • We-e-e-ell, says vee, lockin' her fingers and restin' her chin on 'em thoughtful, not precisely that type, either.

  • Mealy(Definition of mealy)
  • To two pounds of well-boiled mealy potatoes, rubbed between the hands till they are as fine as flour, mix in thoroughly two large double handfuls of wheat flour, three good spoonfuls of yeast, a little salt, and warm milk enough to make it the usual stiffness of dough.

  • Amalia
  • His wife amalia died on the 8th of november 1877, having borne him nine children, two of whom, albert and george, later became kings of saxony.

  • Female(Definition of female)
  • Female women, with red books in their hands, scrambled through the crowd.

  • Meal(Definition of meal)
  • On reaching home she bade the girls take to their knitting as usual, while she set herself to work to prepare the midday meal.

  • Marl(Definition of marl)
  • At one part we have breccia of altered marl or slate in quartz, and various amygdaloids.

  • Small(Definition of small)
  • If i could save only a small part of the wreck!

  • Emil
  • A carriage was standing before the gate; bertha got in; she did not hear what instructions emil gave the driver.

  • Mall(Definition of mall)
  • He passed on, drawn again down constitution hill, and the mall, back to the houses of parliament and the river....

  • Emails
  • The climatic research unit email controversy (also known as "climategate") began in november 2009 with the hacking of a server at the climatic research unit (cru) at the university of east anglia (uea) by an external attacker, copying thousands of emails and computer files, the climatic research unit documents, to various internet locations several weeks before the copenhagen summit on climate change.

  • Emile
  • When i entered the court-yard, lucien and his mother were sobbing in one another's arms; emile, hortense, and amelie were grouped round the basket, on which janet and verdet were sitting.

  • Email(Definition of email)
  • Aaronson received an email from the agency claiming to have sought legal advice and saying they did not believe that they were in violation of his copyright.

  • Mill(Definition of mill)
  • He hastened back to the mill-office and sought sinclair.

  • Mull(Definition of mull)
  • A large house, with wide lawn and green fields and well-clipped hedges, just at the head of loch-na-keal, and one or two small new cottages shut in with flaming banks of fuchsias, showed what mull might be if in the island men were held in as high account as rabbits and grouse.

  • Mail(Definition of mail)
  • 47 frank carried u.s. mail in buggy....................

  • Emilia
  • They walked up to mr. pole, who was standing with wilfrid and emilia on the lawn; giving ear to a noise in the distance.

  • Moll
  • Also, he sent a maid up to moll to enquire of her health, and if she could eat anything from our table, to which the baggage sends reply that she feels a little easier this morning and could fancy a dish of black puddings.

  • Emily
  • E. m. lady emily mandeville was the daughter of the duke of lindvale.

  • Maul(Definition of maul)
  • Of matters relating to church or to state, 'tis surely not fit you should trouble your pate; yet still you keep thumping, with spirit elate, as if you would maul the whole fry.

  • Earl(Definition of earl)
  • Mr. cartwright was sent for last night by the earl of harrowmore.

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