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Correct spelling for DINSEY
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Possible correct spellings for dinsey
It was down in a valley, in the midst of a country densely wooded and very desolate.
I was, however, sure that they had not yet caught sight of us in the dense shadow of the trees.
The danes attached themselves to the principles and the powers which they had come forth to destroy.
It gave him a thrill to walk into that little restaurant behind her; and passing through its low red rooms to mark the diners turn and stare with envy-taking him, perhaps, for a different sort of relation.
Nickie reached out and developed, and his newest device was a dinner in the cage, an actual dinner, in which madame marve, bewitchingly dressed in a costume that was a cross between the uniform of a hospital nurse and the garb of a french peasant girl, acted as waitress, and the missing link figured as the diner.
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"i am denise lange," said the girl.
We refer to his 'braes of yarrow,' the beauty of which we never felt fully till we saw some time ago that lovely region, with its 'dowie dens,'-its clear living stream,-newark castle, with its woods and memories,-and the green wildernesses of silent hills which stretch on all sides around; saw it, too, in that aspect of which wordsworth sung in the words- 'the grace of forest charms decayed and pastoral melancholy.
Hog-cholera is especially prevalent in the corn-raising states which possess a denser hog population than any other section of the united states.
Sir michael dines at a bachelor's party at major margrave's this evening, and my step-daughter is away with her friends at the grange.
Just as i was leaving, m. d'afri asked me to dine with him on the following day.
He runs, und schumps, und schmashes dings in all barts off der house: but vot off dot? he vas mine son, mine leedle yawcob strauss.
She wanted to get away from the dingy flat and the poverty, and she had hit upon dudley as a way out.