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Correct spelling for BINES
We think the word bines is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for bines
She promised to be punctual, and having filled the bag with fisher's twelve buns, they were drawn up in triumph, and everybody anticipated the pleasure with which they should see the same bag drawn up at dinner-time.
So it was all along the way to the old german lines.
For one thing he was so weary that his very bones were water; for another, ismail pretended to be equally tired, and when the suggestion that they should help was put to the others they claimed their izzat indignantly.
Making for barnes bridge, the boat should keep fairly near to the middlesex shore-how near depends upon whether the race is ordained to pass through the centre or the middlesex arch of barnes bridge.
Then one night the thorwald woman came in, looking like a ghost, and admitted that hines had been hiding in the mountains since henry's death, that he insisted he had killed him, and that he blamed jud clark for that, and for all the rest of his troubles.
But they offered a great bonus to the men who would build the railroad.
In 1793 the duke of sussex married lady augusta murray, first at rome, and afterward, by banns, at st. george's, hanover square.
He is portugal's only dramatist, without forerunners or successors, for the playwrights of the vicentian school lacked his genius and only attain some measure of success when they closely copy their master, while the classical school produced no great drama in portugal: it is impossible to except even antonio ferreira's ines de castro from this sweeping assertion.