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Correct spelling for 1YEAR
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Possible correct spellings for 1year
I was walking in the rear of our wagons that i might see that all were there.
The next sunday she came to church in a foam of white like a pear tree.
I cannot bear to see you in tears.
"ye don't, don't ye?
He did not ask himself whether, in case it had gone on, ethelyn would have been there, so near to him that her soft breathing came distinctly to his ear.
Yea, we will dance and sing thy glory for thy kindness to our king.
"or i'll take ye outside and knock yer face sideways.
We have king lear: and it is immortal.
Be not conzarned, honoured sir, vor i'se take it on mai laife to let yaw knaw wheare we be zettled, if zobe i can vind where you loadge in loondon.
Perhaps there had not been time: or perhaps he had an inspiration, and could not tear himself from work, even for a few hours.
I have been in england only five years."
I was shrouded at that moment from his sight by one of the yew trees; he stood still only for a few moments; he then flung himself upon the earth, and sobbed, audibly even at the spot where i was standing.
Thine 'ifs' will sear thine eyes out-ay.
Your poor, dear brother!"
You put on your gear and swam out, not with any particular destination in mind, but looking for a rock or a coral head or something of the kind where you could see fish.
I hate him and i fear him!
"yeah, nance-me," he croaked apologetically.
I would yearn for amusement, and search in vain for some object to amuse me.
Genoa's near their home.
Yes, i did hear.
For a year now i have heard nothing of him.
Gimme a fypounnote-i'll pay ya nex choosda whin me ship comes home-or you can stop it out o me month's sallery.
Wear clothes only once and then throw them away!
She did love him-dear robert.