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Correct spelling for ITSNT
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Possible correct spellings for itsnt
- Absent(Definition of absent)
- Ardent(Definition of ardent)
- Assent(Definition of assent)
- Dissent(Definition of dissent)
- Artist(Definition of artist)
- Attest(Definition of attest)
- Unsent(Definition of unsent)
- Decent(Definition of decent)
- Descent(Definition of descent)
- Docent(Definition of Docent)
- Insanity(Definition of insanity)
- Attend(Definition of attend)
- Outset(Definition of outset)
- Ascent(Definition of ascent)
I cannot longer be absent from my people.
Blair, with ardent interest, said, "really?"
She bent her head in silent assent.
Section 16. 27. when can a member have the reasons of his dissent entered on the journal?
He's done pretty well, i guess-for an artist fellow.
It is astonishing that her reign lasted so long, but it would seem that her religious orthodoxy atoned in the eyes of many of her subjects for the monstrous crime of her usurpation.
In peru, for instance, where widows were not killed against their will, but were allowed to choose between widowhood and being buried alive, "the wife or servant who preferred life to the act of martyrdom, which was to attest their fidelity, was an object of general contempt, and devoted or doomed to a life worse than death."
And how many times have i set here and thought to myself: has he even got a decent bed under him?
We could stay on the summit only a short time, and at a quarter to two prepared for the descent.
There is a frightful story of a crime committed in past times by two of the monktons, near relatives, from which the first appearance of the insanity was always supposed to date, but it is needless for me to shock any one by repeating it.
And how can he tell whether he is wrong or right, when he goes away fifty miles to attend to other people?
And yet ten years later it was done in the word spoken at atlanta: "in all things purely social we can be as separate as the five fingers, and yet one as the hand in all things essential to mutual progress."
Moreover, your discovery puts such a feather in your cap at the outset.
He listened-not a sound; then rushed across the level, and threw himself against the next ascent.