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Possible correct spellings for scinonyx

  • Snake(Definition of snake)
  • Look out, jane, it might be a house snake, though i didn't know we ever had them here.

  • Seeing(Definition of seeing)
  • I was sure of seeing her for the last time on the sunday morning.

  • Snakes
  • And-and i am terribly afraid of snakes-oh, i was sure you would be killed, peggy!

  • Sequences
  • During my last tour of shore duty i had read carefully napier's peninsular war, and had found myself in a new world of thought, keenly interested and appreciative, less of the brilliant narrative-though that few can fail to enjoy-than of the military sequences of cause and effect.

  • Sucking(Definition of sucking)
  • In the midst of the hanging cradle lay a tiny baby, with widely opened eyes and a solemn pink face, sucking a fat round thumb.

  • Sense(Definition of sense)
  • She knew that she was not merely isobel blake, but a part of the universe in its largest sense, and that the universe expressed itself in miniature within her soul.

  • Sneak(Definition of sneak)
  • "will you, gentlemen," said she, "stand by and see a young lady deserted by this sneak?"

  • Sang(Definition of sang)
  • It sang, that is, as long as there was any light, real or artificial, to sing by.

  • Signing(Definition of signing)
  • Besides this official proceeding he applied personally to mr. addington, the chancellor of the exchequer, requesting him to procure the adoption of legislative measures against the licentious writings complained of; and, to take the earliest opportunity of satisfying his hatred against the liberty of the press, the first consul seized the moment of signing the preliminaries to make this request.

  • Showing(Definition of showing)
  • He was simply showing them his wonderful ability to take advantage of every little stick, stone and bush.

  • Sung(Definition of sung)
  • All are also sung in mourning.

  • Sickness(Definition of sickness)
  • Terror, sickness, and fatigue had subdued the strength and spirits of julia, and she was obliged to rest upon the rocks.

  • Since(Definition of Since)
  • Since then they haven't had a chance."

  • Swimming(Definition of swimming)
  • They had a whole lot of fun during that swimming hour.

  • Song(Definition of song)
  • Sing the 'jewel song.

  • Skiing
  • Guides are an integral part of cross-country skiing for athletes with a visual impairment, and are medal contenders.

  • Sing(Definition of sing)
  • Oh, why did that woman sing them to-day?

  • Squeezing(Definition of squeezing)
  • And he must have noticed the quick frown of perplexity which probably came to my face, for that right hand of his resting on the table opened and then closed again, as though it were squeezing a sponge very dry.

  • Schemes
  • Even carne was not admitted to a perfect knowledge of his master's schemes.

  • Sings
  • "nature sings hymns," said seraphita.

  • Shining(Definition of shining)
  • The light about her head is shining on me as i go."

  • Saying(Definition of saying)
  • No longer ago than last evening i was saying to some of the fellow-members up at the pastime colored pleasure and recreation club, on one-hundred and thirty-fifth street, that it's a born wonder they didn't throw a loop over me and cart me off to the idiotic asylum for safety keeping till the newness had done wore off.

  • Scanning(Definition of scanning)
  • For a full three-quarters of an hour he waited, scanning the face of each new arrival with the anxious scrutiny of a lost dog seeking its master; but at fourteen minutes to twelve the last faint flicker of hope had died away.

  • Soaking(Definition of soaking)
  • Sink(Definition of sink)
  • It reached half-way, then, finding that the rain of stones and ashes threatened to sink it, returned.

  • Snacks
  • The man who has snacks between meals, and chocolates and biscuits between snacks can never hope to get well.

  • Science(Definition of science)
  • As wordsworth phrases it, poetry is "the breath and finer spirit of all knowledge; the impassioned expression which is in the countenance of all science."

  • Seeking(Definition of seeking)
  • Again came long, monotonous months of seeking which were to end as they had begun.

  • Songs
  • Surely we will drink to him whate'er he be, and sing the songs he loved to hear.

  • Same-Sex
  • Same-sex marriage in british columbia became legal on july 8, 2003, making it the second province in canada, as well as the second jurisdiction in north america, (and the fourth worldwide) to legalize same-sex marriage, behind ontario, after a series of court rulings which ultimately landed in favour of same-sex couples seeking marriage licenses.

  • Shaking(Definition of shaking)
  • He had been rather clever in shaking hands with him first, so that he need not hurry himself over the second.

  • Seeming(Definition of seeming)
  • Sins
  • You will tell me, out of the kindness of your hearts, that these were sins of ignorance.

  • Shines
  • Shocking(Definition of shocking)
  • A shocking sacrifice, isn't it?

  • Sons
  • "good morning, my sons," she replied.

  • Senses
  • The cries of jan, however, soon brought them to their senses; and to run towards the direction whence these came was the first thought of all.

  • Sequence(Definition of sequence)
  • When the guns had flashed and roared in their sequence, and the shells had gone rumbling away towards the distant lines, he picked up his burden, hitched his rifle more comfortably across his shoulders, and went upon his way, remarking, with a pleasant admixture of oaths- "that'll give 'em something to think about for a while."

  • Smoke(Definition of smoke)
  • Don't you want to smoke?

  • Seems
  • Ye will, if ye can keep your feet on the ground, and that seems deeficult for ye to do all the time, does'na it?

  • Sunk(Definition of sunk)
  • It was as if he had sunk into the earth.

  • Sewing(Definition of sewing)
  • She resumed her sewing with a puckered brow.

  • Swings
  • He laughs at your wit, and swings his napkin with convulsions of mirth at your good stories.

  • Seasons
  • He knew my friend-had guided him for two seasons before; but i was a stranger in those parts.

  • Skins
  • Dinna ye know that all skins have to be stretched?"

  • Socioeconomic
  • Some countries, such as denmark, allow abortion after the first trimester for a variety of reasons, including socioeconomic ones, but a woman needs an authorization to have such an abortion.

  • Scenes
  • "a new sky--new scenes-new work-you will be happy again, iris.

  • Swing(Definition of swing)
  • Captain stubbard began to swing his arms about, like a windmill uncertain of the wind.

  • Acinonyx
  • Several fossil acinonyx species in addition to the living cheetah have been described: acinonyx jubatus — by schreber in 1775 acinonyx jubatus jubatus - by schreber in 1775 acinonyx jubatus raineyi - by heller in 1913 acinonyx jubatus soemmeringii - by fitzinger in 1855 acinonyx jubatus hecki - by hilzheimer in 1913 acinonyx jubatus venaticus - by griffith in 1821 acinonyx pardinensis †, the giant cheetah — by croizet et jobert in 1828 acinonyx intermedius † — by thenius in 1954 acinonyx aicha † — by geraads in 1997 "acinonyx kurteni"† — by christiansen and mazák in 2008 the "linxia cheetah" was originally described from a skull from pliocene strata in china, and touted as the most primitive member of the genus.

  • Signs
  • Nowhere had he given any signs of it.

  • Scenic(Definition of scenic)
  • But the beginning of roman drama may be dated from b.c. 364, when, on account of a pestilence which devastated the city, etruscan actors were imported to institute scenic games in honor of the gods.

  • Snack(Definition of snack)
  • Or would you permit me to ready a snack?

  • Sciences
  • Then take a step backward, for we have gone wrong in the order of the sciences.

  • Sessions
  • It is interesting to note that whereas certain enactments are in force regarding the sunday sessions of the fortbildungsschulen, there are no such restrictions placed upon the fachschulen, sunday morning classes being held at the discretion of the school authorities.

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