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Correct spelling for SACIDOTIC
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Possible correct spellings for sacidotic
- Shots(Definition of Shots)
- Stocks(Definition of stocks)
- Stake(Definition of stake)
- Stock(Definition of stock)
- Status(Definition of status)
- Stick(Definition of stick)
- Stuck(Definition of stuck)
- Stage(Definition of stage)
Joe expected to see other indians, and to hear more shots, but he was mistaken.
With these words i lifted the sheets of the bed.
Indeed, in england the state was weaker and worse than were the states upon the continent.
When he was ready to go out tom was still bent over his studies.
There was also whipping and the stocks.
Fancy three stages at the theatre, with three plays going on at once!"
The real need now is for scientific exploration of the ancient sites.
Their lives were at stake.
Altogether, it was a pretty little romance, on both sides.
But what are your european societies of science for?
The stock that belonged to me had nearly all gone before.
We pride ourselves on the high status of the individual in comparison to the barely-tolerable existence of the state.
It sits exceedingly close, only rising when almost stepped on.
Not only be virtuous, but have the shadows of virtue.
You better promise me now, and stick to it."
Their covering of baby-willows suggests a face guilty of a three days' beard.
I have been careful not to touch the little thing that sets it going."
As already stated they were alarmed; and would have taken to their horses, had they not perceived that the animal was stuck fast!
I have just had a letter from my friend, telling me that he is in despair of the stage.
That child insisted on trying all the seats, to see which she liked best; but we got settled at last, and just then up went the picture-curtain with a rush.
For many days they wandered all over the earth, and og was compelled to carry the heavy bag of seeds.