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Correct spelling for WRITENS
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Possible correct spellings for writens
- Writing(Definition of writing)
- Written(Definition of written)
Hume's essays moral and political appeared in 1742, and in 1752 his inquiry concerning the principles of morals which of all his writings he considered the best.
And also the particular variety of blackberry which ripens first, and is large and of irregular shape, but, to the common blackberry, what purple grapes are to the thin, green variety.
Hence it is, in part, that i give my suffrage for our massachusetts winter, which not only widens the scope of the year, but contains within itself a variety wellnigh endless.
And just at this point you see comes in the reason for the writing of this little book.
Throughout this interminable and sterile desert of time he had drawn the same deeds, issued the same writs, written the same letters, kept the same accounts, lied the same lies, and thought the same thoughts.
Writers need the understanding reader.
"if he's such a learned, clever man as you say-writes books and such like-they'll never hang him, my son.
When father john was giving him the rites, he says, 'phil,' says he, 'how ould are ye now?
A thrill of pain ran through all the gazing britons.
I may have to try to write a little of it now and then, for there is some irish that does not look like irish when it is written in english, but i shall use as little of it after this as i can.
Not that all birds which cling to the bark of trees are woodpeckers,-for the chickadees, the crested titmice, the nuthatches, the brown creepers, and a few others like the kinglets and some wrens and wood-warblers more or less habitually climb up and down the tree-trunks; but these do it with a pretty grace wholly unlike the woodpecker's awkward, cling-fast way of holding on.