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Correct spelling for EAGE
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Possible correct spellings for eage
Pezzack and the under-keeper had drawn apart to the opposite side of the cage and were talking together.
B. marie gage mrs. falcington ..............
I will ask you plainly and bluntly, would you advise an author to wage war on his literary assailants, or to despise them?"
"dad needs good hands," she said, with her eyes on the gray sage slopes.
The duke fell into a great rage at this.
But he's in the making-too eager to please, too eager to care for every one, too desperately down if he thinks things are going badly with him.
About a score of years before the lighthouse was placed on little torungen there was, however, already a house there, if it could be dignified by that name, with its back and one side almost up to the eave of the roof stuck into a heap of stones, so that it had the appearance of bending forward to let the storm sweep over it. the low entrance-door opened to the land, and two small windows looked out upon the sea, and upon the boat, which was usually drawn up in a cleft above the sea-weed outside.
While he was gone they might carry out their plans with comparative ease and safety.
So nell leaned over the edge and cried: "enough, dear elephant, enough!"
The first was called this age, or the present age; the other the coming age.
For me, i'm never going to shoot at an eagle again, not in all my life."
There were two names on the page he'd stopped at.