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Correct spelling for UNDERSTANAD
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Possible correct spellings for understanad
- Understand(Definition of understand)
- Understate(Definition of understate)
- Understood(Definition of understood)
You understand, miss lawton?
She said, "Ooo wee baby, you know I understand" Arlene honey, let's raise some sand– Who Do You Love by Santana
She has been several times in russia, and understands the language well."
The hundreds of russian women who between 1877 and 1885 were exiled to eastern siberia for political offenses had no shelter or protection whatever, and must necessarily have suffered more than the exiled men from the hardships and privations of banishment; and yet, i am quite sure that i understate the fact when i say that the number of suicides among the men was at least five times greater than it was among the women.
From all available collateral sources it appears that the official figures greatly understated the actual number of arrivals.
Which of us he understood the better, i do not know.
You better hear big mama 'cause I want it understood A loose-lip-woman just ain't no good– Watch your mouth by eddie cochran
I assume that most readers of this book know that state hospitals are understaffed and unable to provide proper care for the mentally ill. mike gorman, executive director of the national mental health committee, has written a crusading report on this very theme called every other bed. in this book he tells us that every other hospital bed in the united states is occupied by a mental case.