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Possible correct spellings for ive

  • Ire(Definition of ire)
  • The whole thing was shocking, no doubt, gruesome in the extreme, but the mystery which surrounded this strange death had roused ire rather than horror.

  • Eve(Definition of eve)
  • On the very eve of the queen's death bolingbroke had secured his triumph over his former friend by driving oxford out of all office.

  • Dive(Definition of dive)
  • And before he jumped overboard he snatched it up, and it helped him to dive and to swim under water.

  • Jive(Definition of jive)
  • 1990 "keep it together" by david grant (louie louie remix) (alto sax/flute by gary barnacle) (12 inch single) 1990 "real emotion" by reid (single) 1990 "lost summer" b/w "strollin" by the jazzmasters (12 inch single) 1990 "couldnt say goodbye" by tom jones (produced by john hudson) (single) 1990 "first time ever [louie-louie remix]" by joanna law (produced by the funky ginger (simon law) and remixed by louie-louie) (featuring gary barnacle on saxophone & flute with steve barnacle - bass & programming) (12 inch single) 1990 "northern lights" by the jazzmasters (written by paul hardcastle/gary barnacle and featuring gary barnacle on tenor saxophone/flute) (12 inch single) 1990 "gorgeous" by rozlyne clarke (single) 1990 "afrika" (love and laughter remix) by history featuring q-tee (tracks b1- afrika (louie louie's mix) and b2- afrika (louie louies instrumental) - produced by louie louie and featuring gary barnacle on baritone/soprano saxophones and flute) (12 inch single) 1990 the christmas singles by spitting image (single) 1990 "can can you party" by jive bunny (single) 1990 "youve got a friend" by big fun and sonia (feat.

  • Ie
  • In mara v browne, smith lj stated that "if one, not being a trustee and not having authority from a trustee, takes upon himself to intermeddle with trust matters or to do acts characteristic of the office of trustee, he may therefore make himself what is called in law trustee of his own wrong - ie, a trustee de son tort, or, as it is also termed, a constructive trustee".

  • Hive(Definition of hive)
  • "there," said he, "that will do for a bee-hive."

  • Ivs(Definition of IVS)
  • Various humiliations, such as training the detainee to act as a dog, dance lessons, and forcing him to watch puppet shows depicting sexual acts between him and osama bin laden at his mock birthday party deprivation of sleep for long periods loud music and white noise played to prevent the detainee from sleeping forcing the detainee to pray to bin laden various interrogation techniques described as "pride & ego down", "circumstantial evidence", "fear-up", or "al qaeda falling apart" threats of extraordinary rendition to countries that torture strip searches body searches prohibiting detainee from praying for prolonged times and during ramadan threatening to desecrate the koran in front of him forced to pick up trash with his hands cuffed, while being called "a pig" exposure to low temperatures for prolonged times forcible administration of ivs by medical staff during interrogation, which were described by qahtani as "repetitive stabs" each day repeatedly screened a video of september 11 attacks pictures of 9/11 victims taped to his body forced to stand for u.

  • Rive(Definition of rive)
  • O this would make a learn'd and liberal soul to rive his stained quill up to the back, and damn his long-watch'd labours to the fire; things, that were born, when none but the still night, and the dumb candle, saw his pinching throes.

  • Ives
  • The episcopal church had abundant compensation in the wisdom and virtues of bishop atkinson for the loss of bishop ives, upon his leaving that communion for the church of rome.

  • Vie(Definition of vie)
  • We treated the men to a little eau de vie, and breakfasted on some detestable sausages, poisoned with salt.

  • Five(Definition of five)
  • You were four or five."

  • Iv
  • 326; scheme for his marriage, iv.

  • Live(Definition of live)
  • It is by her own live warmth that it has to be done: cold worship at a niche in the wall will not do it.

  • Ike
  • "you don't seem in much of a hurry," said ike.

  • Wive(Definition of wive)
  • Iva
  • Then she saw that during her absence kitty had commandeered her seat next to iva.

  • Ave(Definition of Ave)
  • Not havin' a stretcher handy, we drags him out to the curb, and i blows some more of my expense account against a taxi, which lands us safe and sound at this fifth-ave.

  • Give(Definition of give)
  • "why-why don't you give me eyes, if you can?

  • Ivy(Definition of ivy)
  • Well, what do you think of my ivy?

  • I've
  • "it's got to be done, and i've got to do it.

  • Ice(Definition of ice)
  • The water was clear and cold as ice.

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