Correct spelling for SHILF
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Possible correct spellings for shilf
- Shelf Life
- Shelf Fungus
- Shelf Bracket
- Shelve Shelvy
- Shelve, Shelvy
- Art Useful
- Shelf Ice
At his elbow was a jar of tobacco, a sheaf of brown cigarette papers and a scattering of books.
They belonged to a french dramatic company that would gladly have left chili if it could, but, being compelled by stress of war to remain, the company did the next best thing, and gave performances at the principal theatre on such nights as a paying audience came.
Audrey at any rate was as self-conscious as though she had been on the stage.
On what shelf do you belong?"
"for shore i did, chile!
Its pale chill light washed needle-sharp crags and fantastically painted cliffs, shale and sand and the wreck of geological ages.
But the hours in the dark room were long and cold; and at times the fever of rage and fear left her in the chill.
"well," thinks i; "my boys, i reckon you've got your chief, and as there ain't another peek of light out of this business, i shelve my kick."
"hubert'll be here in half a moment.
I should not advise the operator to presume upon this, however, but just make the conditions as favorable as he can, so that the little bird will have the strength to free himself from the shell.
We shall have to go back and try some other place.
But it isn't my chief aim in life."
Had they told me about it i might have been inclined to suspect mrs. holymead and to believe that her husband was trying to shield her.