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Correct spelling for IGNIGHTS
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Possible correct spellings for ignights
- Ignite(Definition of ignite)
- Ignatius(Definition of ignatius)
But this is very seldom the case, for the air must be very quiet, and the plant very productive, for enough gas to be found around it to ignite when a flame is applied.
These he flung into a heap of grass and dry leaves previously collected, and swung the whole several times round in the air until it ignited.
When asked why they always thus marched in single file the inuits answered: the best-fitted leads and the others form the tail.
Xii. signets, 15, 16, 38 et seq. used symbols, having an occult meaning, to designate their deities, 4.
The manner in which clement, ignatius, polycarp, justin, aristides, and other early christian writers present the christian truth frequently reminds us of the apostles' creed and suggests its existence.
I went to the valley of the giants last saturday afternoon-" bryce interrupted.
But it was more than half full of gold ingots; that is to say the ingots were packed in rows of twenty each athwart the room.
Appearance of mr. sturgiss, partner in field and company-"field's"-the bankers and agents.
But when we ask ourselves what is the cause of any particular bud-variation, we are lost in doubt, being driven in some cases to look to the direct action of the external conditions of life as sufficient, and in other cases to feel a profound conviction that these have played a quite subordinate part, of not more importance than the nature of the spark which ignites a mass of combustible matter.