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Correct spelling for DIRETION
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Possible correct spellings for diretion
Dorothy remembered the looks akin to adoration that mrs. green continually gave her daughter that day in the train.
Were the vast regions of that dim, far-away east to undergo a similar slow and painful process, necessitating an immense amount of labor, centuries and centuries in duration?
When the new matrix versions were created, along with new versions of the agents, the twins were seen as worthless and were sentenced to deletion.
Altogether she was a very odd and strangely formed woman, and wherever she went never failed to excite much laughter and derision among those who thought that ugliness and deformity were fit subjects for ridicule.
Intact dilation and extraction (idx or d&x), sometimes referred to as "partial-birth abortion" hysterotomy abortion
To return, however, to the insects, after this long conchological digression,-i need not multiply evidence, in corroboration of my theory.
Rasselas then entered, with the princess and pekuah, and inquired whether they had contrived any new diversion for the next day.
Phosphorus is to be taken internally, and the first dilution put in water, twenty drops to one gill, and applied to the surface by means of cloths wet in the mixture, as hot as it can be borne, and laid over the whole breast.
Creation seemed paradise to his eyes; it was the task of adversity to teach him a different lesson of mankind.
As a compromise between business, which he hated, and literature, of which his father would not hear, he entered the army in 1792. he served on the rhine, and not long after joining broke his leave in a manner rather unpleasantly resembling desertion.
King had no means whatever of guessing their direction.
Lockhart gives him precisely the kind of praise he would have desired, in saying, "from among a hundred corruptions he seized with instinctive tact the primitive diction and imagery."