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Correct spelling for REVIEWTHE
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Possible correct spellings for reviewthe
- Reveille(Definition of reveille)
- Rebirth(Definition of rebirth)
- Review(Definition of review)
- Revert(Definition of revert)
- Reviewer(Definition of reviewer)
- Reverse(Definition of reverse)
- Revenue(Definition of revenue)
"by the time we get breakfast cooked," thought basil, "there will be light enough to follow the trail; so i'll rouse frank and luce; and, by way of a change, i'll give them a reveille with my rifle.
Yet there are some things their letters should be incapable of saying, and amongst them that love is not a crisis and a rebirth, but that it is common as the commonplace, a hit or miss affair which "shuffling" could not affect.
I read a number of the book reviews, but none of the articles, which seemed uncommonly varied and interesting.
But lately it had been under review.
Do not, dearest father, in your letters to me, revert or allude to that grief which even the tenderest word from your own tender self might but chafe into pain more sensitive.
Looking back at the lucky accident which brought the right book, the right reviewer, and the properly-tuned editors together, i am bound to say that i think that the editors were right and that i had produced good copy.
Farewell, luis; we may meet again under happier auspices, when i return from the cruise on which i am now despatched, and you recover from the effects of your disappointment and reverse of fortune.
But now, with her stock still in blount's hands and this last source of revenue closed to her, the widow was left no alternative but to appeal indirectly to wiley.