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Correct spelling for BUTTERFY
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Possible correct spellings for butterfy
It consisted of over three thousand cavalry, with a full battery, besides his own light battery.
They crossed over, and kept on for the butte.
Deck saw that the enemy would soon be out of the reach of the rifles if they continued to follow the creek, and he ordered butters to move his men to the left.
The curtain was the buttery, or bottlery.
Heavy artillery would be furnished with which to batter down the walls of the arsenal, and force the home guards to fight or surrender.
I'm already feeling so much better."
The fatty acids of butterfat are typically composed as follows (by mass fraction): fatty acids v triglycerides as shown above, the composition of fats in milk is usually discussed in terms of the fatty acids.
Now he's bitter against america....
Many families of the poor and indebted fishermen sell their farm produce, butter, eggs, etc.
"it's a thousand to one against us," he said, bitterly, and looked at his watch.
He told me that he had come seven miles that morning to that spot because he knew that it was haunted by one particular species of butterfly which he wished to get; and as it was a still, bright day, he hoped to find a specimen.