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Correct spelling for HINDDING
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Possible correct spellings for hindding
- Hindi(Definition of hindi)
- Finding(Definition of finding)
- Hidden(Definition of hidden)
- Nodding(Definition of nodding)
- Minding(Definition of Minding)
- Binding(Definition of binding)
- Hounding(Definition of Hounding)
- Winding(Definition of winding)
- Hunting(Definition of hunting)
- Handling(Definition of handling)
- Hiding(Definition of hiding)
-adam, calcutta, 1833, 8vo. english, urdu and hindi.
There wasn't a chance of finding him."
Most men have the idea that honing is a difficult operation and should be undertaken only by expert cutlers or barbers.
That could not be hidden from them.
Then, without another word, the young girl turned away and left the room, closing the door behind her, and nodding a good-night to mrs. north, who sat by her lamp in the outer room, gray and watchful as ever.
Then, none hindering him, he walked away through the gate of the kraal.
I was minding my business, of course; with all my might i was minding my business.
Binding these upon chang tao's back, he dismissed him, yet the manner of his parting was as of one who is doubtful even to the end.
This "hounding" was against the law, but bertie was his own law here-and at the worst there could simply be a small fine, imposed upon some of the keepers.
These terrible passes were sometimes more than an hundred yards in length, and not straight, but winding around buttresses of the rock, so that one end was not visible from the other.
Hunting and fishing helped to supply the table with the food that to-day we obtain from the butcher.
These words run away and I'm hunting I stand here and I don't know nothing– Riverside by rust
O what will my three brothers say when they come hame frae sea, when they see three locks o' my yellow hair hinging under a gallows tree?
Don antonio offered to arrange the matter at the capital, whither he was compelled to go on some other business, hinting that many a difficult affair was settled there with the help of favour and bribes.
An old picture, of course; faded and worn from frequent handling.
As he drew near, the lieutenant, after a word with the colonel, walked down to meet him, and there was a short colloquy in the muddy road; then they came back together and slowly entered the camp, the sergeant handing down a bag of corn which he had got somewhere below, with the grim remark to his comrades, "there's your rations," and going at once to the colonel's camp-fire, a little to one side among the trees, where the colonel awaited him.
"mistress isabel," he said, coming nearer to the two as they sat together in the window-seat, "i can do little; they have found three hiding-holes; but so far he has escaped.