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Correct spelling for DIEN
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Possible correct spellings for dien
Die litteratur am jahrhundertende.
"as to diet-water," said the doctor, looking round.
He strained his ears to hear through the din of the elements.
16. these leases now carry with them a right of ownership, involving the power of alienation, subject to the lien of the land revenue as a first charge.
Our mother died there, when we were little children.
I'm going up to my den, girls, and i don't want to be called away for anything or anybody lower than a president or the minister.
Dion then wrote again such imploring letters, that the philosopher finally decided to change his mind, and set sail for syracuse.
Hester gazed with steadfast mien at the floating spectre.
Would she be too tired by the journey to dine?
If the native blacksmith were to value his time at only sixpence per diem from the day on which he first started for the mountains till the day that he returned from his iron-smelting expedition, he would find that his iron would have cost him rather a high price per hundredweight; and if he were to make the same calculation of the value of time, he would discover that by the time he had completed one axe he could have purchased ready made, for one-third the money, an english tool of superior manufacture.
If he dies i shall have killed him.