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Correct spelling for TADVETISE
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Possible correct spellings for tadvetise
- Advertiser(Definition of advertiser)
- Advertise(Definition of advertise)
- Davits(Definition of davits)
There is another little paper here of the same size, but not so many leaves, called "the daily advertiser," with nothing but advertisements, principally of theaters, concerts, and the daily sights, and one page devoted to some prodigious yarn, generally concerning america, of which country its readers must get the most extraordinary and frightful impression.
That is the name of a shell that is good enough to advertise its coming by a whistling, shrieking sound.
Most militaries have blankets as compulsory for sleeping quarters in preference to duvets.
The story in brief is as follows: mr. fleet was third mate on the sailing ship persian empire, which left adelaide for london in 1868. one of the crew, cleary by name, dreamed before starting that on christmas morning, as the persian empire was passing cape horn in a heavy gale, he was ordered, with the rest of his watch, to secure a boat hanging in davits over the side.
He was a good father, never failing in loving attention to his family, and bringing the choicest tidbits to pepita.
Changes is remembered as an indicator of car advertising beginning to recognise womens increased independence – previous car adverts had largely only either featured women as models or depicted them as passengers.
One of his fellowship, laurence abenberger, the son of an apothecary, who was diligent in school, and of a wondrous pious spirit, gave up all his spare time to all manner of magic arts, and albeit he was but seventeen years of age, he had already cast nativities for many folks and for us maids, and had told us of divers ill-omens for the future.