Correct spelling for PROATIVE
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Possible correct spellings for proative
French has three articles: a definite article, corresponding in many cases to english the; an indefinite article, corresponding to english a/an; and a partitive article, used roughly like some in english.
Curative means against crime: 316 f.
And so i may not go into particulars in this narrative.
Gipsies, on my life- sure these will prattle if a man cross their hands.
He had no great creative imagination.
You almost like a frenchman prate; yet, pray, don't take it as annoyance! why, all at once, exhaust the joyance? your bliss is by no means so great as if you'd use, to get control, all sorts of tender rigmarole, and knead and shape her to your thought, as in italian tales 'tis taught.
Banana is a pejorative name for massa language and musey language.
Leave this hypocritical prating about the masses.
On that night was conveyed to crauford the positive and peremptory assurance that there was no hope.
To rise to the dignity of a capitalist, however small, was growing impossible to him, till the rise of that co-operative movement, which will do more than any social or political impulse in our day for the safety of english society, and the loyalty of the english working classes.