Correct spelling for REMARKEBLY
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Possible correct spellings for remarkebly
25. she is a remarkable remarkably beautiful girl.
But the four hundred pounds is remarkably important-to any one looking forward to having an extravagant spendthrift of a wife on his hands, and so you see, linn, everything promises well.
Suddenly, and without affording the poor wretches a moment's warning, on a sign from jowahir, the holder of hands seized on the man with whom he was amicably conversing, and the strangler, passing the roomal round his neck with the speed of lightning, strangled him in an instant.
This sale was rendered difficult from a number of reasons, one of which, perhaps not the chief, but the most apparent and the most easily remediable, was the adulteration and fraud existing in the trade.
They were small, rechargeable nickel-cadmium cells, and every one bore the trademark of north american carbide & metals!
There was the rattle and rumble of english guns down country highways.
There will be one set of batteries there, together with the motor, and another set of batteries will be placed under the removable seats in what i call the tonneau, though, of course, it isn't really that.
Elizabeth by the grace of god queene of england, &c. most imperial and inuincible prince, our honest subiect iohn newbery the bringer hereof, who with our fauour hath taken in hand the voyage which now hee pursueth to the parts and countreys of your empire, not trusting vpon any other ground then vpon the fauour of your imperiall clemencie and humanitie, is moued to vndertake a thing of so much difficultie, being perswaded that hee hauing entered into so many perils, your maiestie will not dislike the same, especially if it may appeare that it be not damageable vnto your royall maiestie, and that to your people it will bring some profite: of both which things he not doubting, with more willing minde hath prepared himselfe for his destinated voyage vnto vs well liked of. for by this meanes we perceiue, that the profit which by the mutual trade on both sides, al the princes our neighbors in the west do receiue, your imperial maiestie and those that be subiect vnder your dominion, to their great ioy and benefit shal haue the same, which consisteth in the transporting outward of such things whereof we haue plenty, and in bringing in such things as we stand in need of. it cannot otherwise be, but that seeing that we are borne and made to haue need one of another, and that wee are bound to aide one another, but that your imperial maiestie wil wel like of it, and by your subiects with like indeuor wil be accepted.
If lamartine can best compose while walking his park, paper and pencil in hand, so let him ramble.