Correct spelling for WRITINF
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Possible correct spellings for writinf
- Norbert Of Xanten
- Giving Low-Down
She set her lips and went to her writing-table.
Peter had seen that writing many times and he had always kept the letter that stephen had written to him when he first went to dawson's.
There are still many rebels in the city, and if our men get excited the rebels will get excited too, and there will be fearful rioting.
What is said in the sacred writings, i have taken notice of before.
The rating she has just given me for my speech of last night!
It would prevent his riding again for a long time, perhaps for ever.
But i will rather observe, that not only when a man receives a great stroak upon his eye, or a very great one upon some other part of his head, he is wont to see, as it were, flashes of lightning, and little vivid, but vanishing flames, though perhaps his eyes be shut: but the like apparitions may happen, when the motion proceeds not from something without, but from something within the body, provided the unwonted fumes that wander up and down in the head, or the propagated concussion of any internal part in the body, do cause about the inward extremities of the optick nerve, such a motion as is wont to be there produc'd, when the stroak of the light upon the retina makes us conclude, that we see either light, or such and such a colour: this the most ingenious des cartes hath very well observ'd, but because he seems not to have exemplifi'd it by any unobvious or peculiar observation, i shall indeavour to illustrate this doctrine by a few instances.