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Correct spelling for BLOWTED
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Possible correct spellings for blowted
Of course one's read of the tropical sorts, all red and stinging, or white and bloated-what you like, evil and horrid, but these here are just the ordinary household kind.
All my chairs were there, and the couch for which i had ransacked half the catacombs of the tottenham court road, and i can't tell you how pretty it all was, with its ivory woodwork, its dark blue and crimson blotted carpet, and the candle flames turning the polished glass lustres to soft sprinklings of gems.
They were formed about the same time for the use of the public by men whose grandchildren have descended to the grade of cultivators of the soil, or belted attendants upon the present native collectors, without the means of repairing any of the injury which time is inflicting upon these magnificent works.
Formerly, labor unions, fraternal societies, chambers of commerce, granger organizations, alumni associations, and other civic, religious and benevolent associations, balloted on propositions submitted to their membership in the form that primary and general elections are now held in public elections.
Then there was little white snowflake, who bleated in such a plaintive and beseeching manner that heidi already had several times run to it and taken its head in her hands to comfort it.
Had he owned a more full-blooded life, he would probably have lost his temper, and "spoken his mind," as the saying is, to poor miss marlett she certainly should never have let margaret go with a stranger, on the authority even of a telegram from the girl's guardian.
Beginning the old cumbrous facetiousness about her correspondence, he blurted out the true thoughts that he had begun to entertain.
All the iron doors were shut and bolted, the inspection followed, and that done, away went everyone, quickly and silently, to boat-stations.