Correct spelling for ARTUR
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Possible correct spellings for artur
- aorta When the aorta sinks below its proper level at the same time that the vessels H I K rise considerably above that point at which they usually arch or divide in the neck, then of course their length becomes greatly increased.
- ardor Ignorant of the horrors of war, and only alive to the glory of the present cause, Helen sympathized in the ardor of her cousin, and with a thrill of sad delight hurried to her apartment, to commence her task.
- ardour Beyond the ardour of pursuit the female has no charms for him.
- art And thou, O stranger, tell how art thou called?
- artery But when she is parted from her beloved and her moisture fails, then the orifices of the passage out of which the wing shoots dry up and close, and intercept the germ of the wing; which, being shut up with the emotion, throbbing as with the pulsations of an artery, pricks the aperture which is nearest, until at length the entire soul is pierced and maddened and pained, and at the recollection of beauty is again delighted.
- arthur No, no," whispered Arthur.
- Artie Artie, keep them jammed till five oh five.
- ARR I Cant Stand It" (Clapton) – 4:09 (from Another Ticket, 1981) Great Britain, French, Australian and Canadian version Polydor 521881 Derek and the Dominos: "Layla" (Clapton, Gordon) – 7:10 (from Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs, 1970) Cream: "Badge" (Clapton, Harrison) – 2:42 (from Goodbye, 1969) "I Feel Free" (Brown, Bruce) – 2:54 (from Fresh Cream, 1966) "Sunshine of Your Love" (Brown, Bruce, Clapton) – 4:10 (from Disraeli Gears, 1967) "Crossroads" (Live) (Johnson) – 4:13 (from Wheels of Fire, 1968) "Strange Brew" (Clapton, Felix Pappalardi, Gail Collins) - 2:45 (from Disraeli Gears, 1967) "White Room" (Brown, Bruce) – 4:57 (from Wheels of Fire, 1968) Derek and the Dominos: "Bell Bottom Blues" (Clapton) – 5:06 (from Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs, 1970) Solo: "Cocaine" (Cale) – 3:35 (from Slowhand, 1977) "I Shot the Sheriff" (Marley) – 4:22 (from 461 Ocean Boulevard, 1974) "After Midnight" (Cale) – 3:11 (from Eric Clapton, 1970) "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" (Traditional, arr.
9 words made from the letters artur
Misspelling of the day
- a far cry from