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Possible correct spellings for lemail

  • Marl(Definition of marl)
  • I remember an old prophecy written by messahalah the arabian, and thus translated by a reverend buckinghamshire bard:- 'when housewives all the house forsake, and leave goodman to brew and bake, withouten guile, then be it said, that house doth stand upon its head; and when the head is set in grond, ne marl, if it be fruitful fond.

  • Email(Definition of email)
  • You may even experience the worst of all: losing unread private email on your hard disk.

  • Lela
  • "how do you know that, lela? have we ever met before?" cried i eagerly.

  • Moil(Definition of moil)
  • Would they not be forgiven for yielding to the egotism of love by reserving one for themselves, one who would be theirs entirely, who would never marry, or toil and moil, but would merely live beside them and love them, and be loved in return?

  • Meal(Definition of meal)
  • 13,224. was that meal which you got in august the dearest purchase of the year?

  • Mail(Definition of mail)
  • By mail, $1.10. set $10.00. carriage 50 cents.

  • Lemuel
  • The other members of the group were lemuel hopkins, david humphreys, joel barlow, elihu smith, theodore dwight, and richard alsop.

  • Emily
  • Meanwhile, the situation with aunt emily grew serious.

  • Lamely(Definition of lamely)
  • This is aimed at north's version, of which dryden remarks in his life of plutarch: "as that translation was only from the french, so it suffered this double disadvantage; first, that it was but a copy of a copy, and that too but lamely taken from the greek original; secondly, that the english language was then unpolished, and far from the perfection which it has since attained; so that the first version is not only ungrammatical and ungraceful, but in many places almost unintelligible."

  • Lelia
  • And lelia sailed out of the room, crossed the piazza and ran down the japonica-bordered path to the garden.

  • Maul(Definition of maul)
  • Grant harlson swung his maul and delighted in what was about him, and breathed the crisp october air, scented with the spice bushes he cut to clear the way, and pondered less and less upon the puzzles of the hindoo king.

  • Lima(Definition of lima)
  • The closest ruins to lima are the pachacamac ruins, 32 kilometers away.

  • Legal(Definition of legal)
  • This is done by writers who are not under the slightest misapprehension in regard to the actual legal authority of the crown.

  • Mil(Definition of mil)
  • In other words 550 feet of the wire will wind a coil of 10.2 inches with an inductance of 8.00 mil-henries, and permit you to bring out taps at all the lower values of inductance which are given in the table.

  • Leila
  • Recently leila mortimer had changed-become subdued and softened to a degree that had perplexed her husband.

  • Lemma(Definition of lemma)
  • Each lemma is translated and identified from the douay-rheims version of the bible:

  • Emil
  • Emil and peter had to hold him while the knee-strap put in its work.

  • Tamil(Definition of tamil)
  • So now both tamil and english are illuminated by vivid gesture of hands, feet, the whole body indeed; curls and even eyelashes play their part, and the final impression produced upon her questioner is one of complete contrition for ever having so misjudged a thing so virtuous.

  • Mali(Definition of mali)
  • An arab traveler, ibn batuta, shortly after musa's death, found complete safety of travel throughout the entire empire of mali.

  • Lama(Definition of lama)
  • At the first stream the bridge was destroyed, but seeing the planks peeping through the bushes in which they had been concealed, i desired the lama to repair it, which he did without hesitation.

  • Emile
  • It will be noticed that emile de girardin, the autocratic chief of la presse, had at last wearied of the bickering which had gone on between him and balzac ever since their first relations of 1830, and in 1840 had handed over the task of dealing with the aggravating author to his subordinate dujarier.

  • Mall(Definition of mall)
  • Boydell was an art publisher in pall mall, where he had established a gallery and filled it with the work of sir joshua reynolds, benjamin west, opie, and northcote, chiefly in shakesperian subjects.

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