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Correct spelling for PARAGLIDE
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Possible correct spellings for paraglide
- Preclude(Definition of preclude)
- Peroxide(Definition of peroxide)
- Prelude(Definition of prelude)
- Paraclete(Definition of Paraclete)
His surprise was so great as to preclude the sight of dora herself.
The next day an evening paper appeared with a huge picture of me on its front page, and the hideous statement that this was the professor bolton who had said that 'one peroxide blonde is worth a million suffragettes'.
Separate editions of the principal memoirs of the century are of course obtainable, and the number is being constantly increased; but such separate editions are far less useful than the collections which enable the memoir-writing of france during five centuries of its history to be studied at an advantage scarcely to be paralleled in the literature of any other nation.
It was the subject of my thoughts through the day, and of my dreams at night; and i used to have such vivid dreams of home, that after i had been paroled and returned, i have stood and looked around and pinched myself, to be sure that i was really out of prison, and not merely dreaming again, fearful lest i should wake up, as i so frequently had, to find myself still a prisoner.
The punch dinners of the last few decades would, in their excellence and refinement, have astonished the merry crew of old; but the entertainment is now but the prelude to business, and not, as in the earlier struggling months, the powder that served to fire off the great guns of humour.
"all depends on the manner in which the coming of the paraclete is conceived," interjected the bell-ringer, returning at that moment.