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Correct spelling for CONTON
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Possible correct spellings for conton
- Contain(Definition of contain)
- Canto(Definition of canto)
- Cordon(Definition of cordon)
- Contend(Definition of contend)
- Contemn(Definition of contemn)
- Canteen(Definition of canteen)
- Carton(Definition of carton)
- Contort(Definition of contort)
- Condign(Definition of condign)
- Canton(Definition of canton)
- Continue(Definition of continue)
- Pontoon(Definition of pontoon)
- Cotton(Definition of cotton)
- Cantor(Definition of cantor)
- Cannon(Definition of cannon)
- Counting(Definition of counting)
- Condor(Definition of condor)
- Conjoin(Definition of conjoin)
- Condone(Definition of condone)
- Cottony(Definition of cottony)
- Canting(Definition of Canting)
- Content(Definition of content)
- Canon(Definition of canon)
- Contour(Definition of contour)
- Crouton(Definition of crouton)
- Clinton(Definition of clinton)
Goldoni, in his life, notices the gondolier returning with him to the city: "he turned the prow of the gondola towards the city, singing all the way the twenty-sixth stanza of the sixteenth canto of the jerusalem delivered."
I wrote a note to the commandant, explaining that i was daily expecting boots from england, but as these appeared to have been delayed, asked that i might be allowed to order some canvas shoes at the canteen in the meantime.
"i have found," continued carton, "that the old bailey spy who charged darnay with high treason years ago is now in the service of the republic and is a turnkey at the prison of the conciergerie where darnay is confined.
But the document was sent by a man who was secretly a warm friend of the brutal oidores, and, to save them from the condign punishment they deserved, he withheld it from the king.
Study in scarlet, a. by a. conan doyle.
We passed through the village of cully and lutri, both situated on the lake, and after mounting a considerable hill arrived at lausanne, which is the capital of the canton of vaud.
Anton and you, stefan; grigosie and i. it's short rations for us and careful use of cartridges.
The lake of lucerne, called also the lake of the four cantons, or the waldstraller see, is one of the most picturesque pieces of water in switzerland, and by its numerous windings, as well as by the rivers which fall into it, affords facilities for commerce, which are astonishingly neglected.
"i believe we have met before," said cantor, with a quick, hissing indrawing of his breath.
Yet, had the door been opened, and had we stilled our voices, we could have heard, quite plainly, the sullen grumble of the cannon.
I was taught as a schoolboy to regard tilly and alva as the incarnations of satan; i suppose because they made it sultry for protestants; but it was not pointed out to me that at the very same time alva and his spanish troops were making it hot for lutherans in the netherlands, the english troops of protestant queen bess were perpetrating infinitely worse brutalities on the helpless irish, while the fiendish cruelties of tilly's wild croats and pandours, at the sack of magdeburg, were equalled, if not surpassed, at drogheda, by oliver cromwell and his canting hypocritical puritans.
From which canon it followed, that as the problem of theism is the most ultimate of all problems, and so contains in its unknown relations all that is to man unknown and unknowable, these relations must be pronounced the most indefinite of all relations that it is possible for man to contemplate; and, consequently, that although we have here the entire range of experience from which to argue, we are unable to estimate the real value of any argument whatsoever.
In february 1780 sir henry clinton arrived and on the 30th of march planted himself in front of that city.