Correct spelling for SPRUN
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Possible correct spellings for sprun
Here we had no difficulty in making ourselves known, owing to the fortunate circumstance that the captain who was in command at that time had seen us minute boys and hiram more than once at cambridge, therefore was he ready to welcome us in as hearty a manner as possible, sparing not his stores so that we might husband what little food we had brought from the encampment.
So there and thus, building and planning, didst thou spin out thy latter yarn, till death came upon thee; and when we looked around, lo!
Perhaps radically the same with flype, q. v. or a different pron.
"in certain orders, they seem even to prune it of the greater part of its branches, and concentrate the threads of sap which remain in a few twigs;" and he thought of a carmelite convent to which he had gone from time to time, remembered their failing, almost expiring voices, where the little health that remained to them was concentrated in three notes, voices which had lost the musical colours of life, the tints of open air, keeping only in the cloister those of the costumes they seemed to reflect, white and brown, chaste and sombre tones.
What glory this for man so mean, whose life is but a span!
As she expected, paul was not in sight, so she called a carriage, and getting into it she saw arthur drive by with his pretty soprano.