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Correct spelling for FOKLORE
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Possible correct spellings for foklore
- Failure(Definition of failure)
- Glare(Definition of glare)
- Glory(Definition of glory)
- Foolery(Definition of foolery)
- Calorie(Definition of calorie)
- Fickle(Definition of fickle)
- Floury(Definition of floury)
- Flare(Definition of flare)
- Galore(Definition of galore)
- Flora(Definition of flora)
- Folklore(Definition of folklore)
He was a failure, and hence it wos a failure all round."
For they stood not up into the glare of the fires, as had the giants.
Doolittle called out the downingville insensibles an the maroon artillery, an all downingville was in a blaze of glory.
It goes on by government, and management, and discipline, and the stopping of younkers from their blessed foolery, and by the ten commandments, and the proverbs of king solomon.
One unit of heat is called a calorie, and is the amount of heat which will change the temperature of 1 gram of water 1 deg. c. it is the amount of heat given out by 1 gram of water when its temperature falls 1 deg. c., or the amount of heat absorbed by 1 gram of water when its temperature rises 1 deg. c. if 400 grams of water are heated from 0 deg. to 5 deg. c., the amount of heat which has entered the water is equivalent to 5 x 400 or 2000 calories; if 200 grams of water cool from 25 deg. to 20 deg. c., the heat given out by the water is equivalent to 5 x 200 or 1000 calories.
I am of opinion that the only foreboding in which man can have any sort of faith is the one which forbodes evil, because it comes from the mind, while a presentiment of happiness has its origin in the heart, and the heart is a fool worthy of reckoning foolishly upon fickle fortune.
Clare went to bed, but not to sleep.
The pulp, instead of being floury, is soft, transparent, and almost tasteless.
Then would follow a silence or a whispering of stretcher-bearers, telling their adventures to a girl in khaki breeches, standing with one hand in her jacket pocket, and with the little flare of a cigarette glowing upon her cheek and hair.
But so it is not, and the maker of worthless devices and the concocter of nostrums galore cometh oft to fortune by leaps and bounds, while the poor, conscientious physician who sticks to the truth of things, arriveth betimes at starvation's gate.
It's i that'd be awful sorry that anything like what happened bingham, should happen to you, muster flory.
"flora cammil's in the kirk the day," and the precentor looked at carmichael with expectation.
The popular idea always represents mer-folk as wearing the tails of fishes; in scottish folklore they are quite as often found in the form of seals.