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Correct spelling for EXAMMING
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Possible correct spellings for examming
- Examiner(Definition of examiner)
- Exhuming(Definition of Exhuming)
- Examine(Definition of examine)
I shall only record of edward strachey here the fact that after he returned from india he became an official at the india house on the judicial side, and was called the examiner, his duties being to examine the reports of important law-cases sent from india to the board of directors.
"when the church cross-examines the government, the towers of notre dame shake," i said, pleasantly.
Olive examined the letter carefully, and laughed.
There remained the chance of finding out and cross-examining all the cab-drivers who had taken up passengers by the late trains the night before.
Ossuaries have not been used by savage nations alone, for the custom of exhuming the bones of the dead after a certain period, and collecting them in suitable receptacles, is well known to have been practiced in italy, switzerland, and france.
There he stopped, and proceeded to examine the place carefully, going well inside it, and then turning to ascertain exactly where marcello must have been when he was struck, since at that moment he must have been distinctly visible from the brigantine.