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Correct spelling for EMPORE

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Possible correct spellings for empore

  • Emigre(Definition of emigre)
  • ↑ incubation of a workshop by stuart bailey, emigre, no.

  • Emory
  • The missionary sermon on sunday morning, june 10th, was preached by dr. warren a. candler, who has just been honored by being elected president of emory college, oxford, ga. all will remember that this place was vacated some two or three years ago by dr. atticus g. haygood, that he might devote himself entirely to the work connected with the administration of the john f. slater fund.

  • Amparo
  • Frank latimore: captain miguel maxwell reed: don inigo da costa anna maria sandri: consuelo paola barbara: soledad katyna ranieri: amparo tino buazzelli: damian pinto juan de landa: carlos sergio fantoni: officer in second mario carotenuto: sailor aldo giuffrè carlo tamberlani mario feliciani nico pepe

  • Impure(Definition of impure)
  • And the word that rose in my mind was not the gross description of "impure," but the more fundamental qualification-"un-pure."

  • Ampere(Definition of ampere)
  • (left) rosa-dorsey type ampere balance at the us national bureau of standards (now nist) in 1927.

  • Emperor(Definition of emperor)
  • What about the emperor, sir?

  • Empires
  • And the guard of honor received orders to accompany these gentlemen, and meet the prince of spain just outside the town of bayonne; the rank which the emperor recognized in ferdinand not rendering it proper that the escort should go as far as the frontier of the two empires.

  • Import(Definition of import)
  • Indeed it was not till the reign of george the first that the english surgeons ceased to import from france those exquisitely fine blades which are required for operations on the human frame.

  • Empire(Definition of empire)
  • Him and mother have gone to the empire?

  • Umpire(Definition of umpire)
  • "well, sir," said rollo; "who shall be the umpire?"

  • Implore(Definition of implore)
  • "not a word, i implore you!

  • Empower(Definition of empower)
  • It would be even better if, when i return to winnipeg, you would empower me to buy wheat for you.

  • Impose(Definition of impose)
  • "the commanding officer at plymouth will not stand by and let your rebel neighbors impose on you.

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