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Correct spelling for PALASIA

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Possible correct spellings for palasia

  • Police(Definition of police)
  • Why, child, could you go into a big police court and say: 'there, that's the man;' without fainting from fright?

  • Piles(Definition of piles)
  • Like great piles of autumn leaves!

  • Plays
  • Drennen's gold mine itself plays no part in this story.

  • Pulse(Definition of pulse)
  • I don't believe a woman's smiles ever quickened your pulse one beat."

  • Public(Definition of public)
  • It only enriches that class of speculators who prey upon the public.

  • Pulls
  • See the naughty pig in the picture, how he pulls in the opposite direction.

  • Pillows
  • Just wedge those pillows behind my shoulders."

  • Plug(Definition of plug)
  • "between you and me," said sinclair coldly to the sheriff, "i think that skunk would plug me while i got my hands tied."

  • Policies
  • Besides, crawford had opposed some of the policies which clay had most at heart.

  • Polish(Definition of polish)
  • Most of the settlers read the polish newspapers published in america.

  • Please(Definition of please)
  • Quick, please, i'm in a hurry.

  • Pills
  • "let her go," laughed papa; "the bushel of pills settles it."

  • Places
  • 5. cool places to play and sleep in.

  • Place(Definition of place)
  • Every person seemed in the way; and though the fire was discovered immediately after it took place, nothing was done beyond saving some of the furniture.

  • Polls
  • Was not the most christian thing they could do to act as citizens in the matter, fight the saloon at the polls, elect good men to the city offices, and clean the municipality?

  • Plaza(Definition of plaza)
  • This festival took place in the plaza mayor.

  • Plaque(Definition of plaque)
  • Most curious of all is the fact that a savant connected with the smithsonian institute was amazed when examining a "buck," or man's plaque, to find it almost exactly like one he had brought from northern india-similar in weaving, size, and shading.

  • Policy(Definition of policy)
  • Nor does its expiration revive the subsequent policy.

  • Publish(Definition of publish)
  • Stratton won't publish it, of course; he has promised not to, but you see he can hold that over brown's head, and get everything he wants unless they change their defence."

  • Poles
  • A few long poles were cut and trimmed flat.

  • Palace(Definition of palace)
  • Only two things were definite: there was much coming and going at the palace, and captain ellerey was not to be found.

  • Pools
  • The wounded, sheltering themselves with one arm beneath their shields, pointed their swords by resting the pommels on the ground, while others, lying in pools of blood, would turn and bite the heels of those above them.

  • Peoples
  • Greece diffused herself throughout the world in nourishing colonies, and, after the conquests of alexander, founded powerful states in egypt, in syria, and even in bactriana, among peoples who, unlike the american indians, possessed a high civilization of their own.

  • Aplasia(Definition of aplasia)
  • Michel aplasia should not be confused with michel dysplasia.

  • Pals
  • Noting its drift course, nelsen left the wreckage, and hurried back to post seven, before other jolly lads could catch up and avenge their pals.

  • Plague(Definition of plague)
  • She is avoiding me like the plague."

  • Plus(Definition of plus)
  • Beneath this was written, "le jour n'est pas plus pur que le fond de mon coeur."

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