Correct spelling for OFI
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Possible correct spellings for ofi
I, however, consider that during september, and possibly the latter half of august, we ought to be able to reckon with complete certainty on having here ice-free water, or at least a broad, open channel along the coast, from the enormous masses of warm water, which the rivers obi, irtisch, and yenisej, running up through the steppes of high asia, here pour into the ocean, after having received water from a river territory, everywhere strongly heated during the month of august, and more extensive than that of all the rivers put together, which fall into the mediterranean and the black seas.
I don't pay off any of the knitters; i keep them on.
Let's start it off This might hurt your eardrums So turn your head and cough I like the way that that sounds– Showstopper by Love You Long Time
And afterward, i gat me again to mine hands and knees, and went slowly, as before; and so for a great hour or more, and did look oft; and alway the light became more plain to my sight; but ever to come and go, oddly-wise.
11,530. what kind of knitting do you do?
"oi don't know," replied sparrer, and could not restrain a rather pathetic grin at the blank look of astonishment that swept over the four eager faces.