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  • Ill(Definition of ill)
  • Allot(Definition of allot)
  • And what passions we may allot our shepherds; and what degree of knowledge.

  • Ills
  • Aleut(Definition of aleut)
  • Whereas the religious practices of the american indian (as well as native alaskan and hawaiian) are an integral part of their culture, tradition, and heritage, such practices forming the basis of indian identity and value systems; whereas the traditional american indian religions as an integral part of indian life, are indispensable and irreplaceable; whereas the lack of a clear, comprehensive, and consistent federal policy has often resulted in the abridgment of religious freedom for traditional american indians; whereas such religious infringements result from the lack of knowledge of the insensitive and inflexible enforcement of federal policies and regulations premised on a variety of laws; whereas such laws were designed for such worthwhile purposes as conservation and preservation of natural species and resources but were never intended to relate to indian religious practices and, there, were passed without consideration of their effect on traditional american indian religions; whereas such laws and policies often deny american indians access to sacred sites required in their religions, including cemeteries; whereas such laws at times prohibit the use and possession of sacred objects necessary to the exercise of religious rites and ceremonies; whereas traditional american indian ceremonies have been intruded upon, interfered with, and in a few instances banned; now, therefore, be it resolved by the senate and the house of representatives of the united states of america in congress assembled, that henceforth it shall be the policy of the united states to protect and preserve for american indians their inherent right of freedom to believe, express, and exercise the traditional religions of the american indian, eskimo, aleut, and native hawaiians, including but not limited to access to sites, use and possession of sacred objects, and the freedom to worship through ceremonials and traditional rites.

  • Illicit(Definition of illicit)
  • Pullet(Definition of pullet)
  • Ilea
  • Islet(Definition of islet)
  • Elliot
  • Wesley elliot stared at his visitor without speaking.

  • Willed
  • Elate(Definition of elate)
  • And her smile all radiant with joy-her lip quivering with proud and elate emotion,-never had she seemed at once so born alike for love and for command; -a zenobia passing through the pomp of rome,-not a captive, but a queen.

  • Pellet(Definition of pellet)
  • It'll
  • Allied(Definition of allied)
  • Closely allied with this come the various forms of social contact in everyday life, in travel, in theatres, in house gatherings, in marrying and giving in marriage.

  • Alert(Definition of alert)
  • They are ever in arms, and i obliged to be ever alert.

  • Idle(Definition of idle)
  • Poor frederick had played a little with literature in his idle time.

  • Ailed
  • We were about to withdraw, or rather to ask her what she ailed, when suddenly she turned her head, so that the light fell full upon her face.

  • Ellie
  • "why, there is one on the ground picking up roots," said ellie, "and he cannot walk upright."

  • Mullet(Definition of mullet)
  • Tilled(Definition of tilled)
  • Filet(Definition of filet)
  • Barding consists of laying rashers of bacon or other fats over a roast; a variation is the traditional method of preparing filet mignon of beef, which is wrapped in rashers of bacon before cooking.

  • Gullet(Definition of gullet)
  • The first of these is the rumen or paunch, in which the unmasticated food is stored; it is a large sac partly bent on itself, and narrowing towards its junction with the oesophagus or gullet, and the entrance into the second chamber.

  • Lulled
  • Inlet(Definition of inlet)
  • Killed
  • Allie
  • Her mirror told allie the horror of that night.

  • Ballet(Definition of ballet)
  • He fidgeted about and was very cross during the fifth act, where the ballet is danced.

  • Let(Definition of let)
  • Filled(Definition of filled)
  • The thought filled me with horror.

  • Violet(Definition of violet)
  • Billet(Definition of billet)
  • She called me a little rogue, gave me the kiss, and then told me, that a cavalier would be under the window a little after vesper bell, and that i must give him a billet, which she put into my hand.

  • Fillet(Definition of fillet)
  • The roasting or baking pieces are the tenderloin, the fillet, and some cuts of the ribs.

  • Lolled(Definition of Lolled)
  • Pilled(Definition of Pilled)
  • Millet(Definition of millet)
  • Pallet(Definition of pallet)
  • Wallet(Definition of wallet)
  • Idled
  • These officers and people are incorrigible; they have idled their time on the road to such an extent that i can only conclude it is done purposely.

  • Bullet(Definition of bullet)
  • He produced from a waistcoat pocket a flattened bullet.

  • Alley(Definition of alley)
  • He headed for the nearest alley, which led through the truckyard of nick the croop.

    We had a good time in Doubleback Alley With fences to climb and Father O'Malley

    – Doubleback Alley by rutles
  • Lilt(Definition of lilt)
  • Mallet(Definition of mallet)
  • Allude(Definition of allude)
  • He never spoke of his school, never mentioned a comrade or a master; and i, for my part, was quite too much disgusted to allude to them.

  • Billed(Definition of billed)
  • This is certain, that many soft-billed birds that come to gibraltar appear there only in spring and autumn, seeming to advance in pairs towards the northward, for the sake of breeding during the summer months; and retiring in parties and broods towards the south at the decline of the year: so that the rock of gibraltar is the great rendezvous, and place of observation, from whence they take their departure each way towards europe or africa.

  • Elite(Definition of elite)
  • I'm talking about the elite hackers.

  • Ollie
  • Oiled(Definition of oiled)
  • Allele(Definition of allele)
  • One possible cause of false positive results is a pseudodeficiency allele.

  • Milled(Definition of milled)
  • Owlet(Definition of owlet)
  • Idler(Definition of idler)
  • Thus are the sources of secret history unsuspected by the idler and the superficial, among those masses of untouched manuscripts-that subterraneous history!

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